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My kGTD setup

Related to today's earlier post, a number of people have written over the past few weeks with curiosity about kGTD ("Is it worth buying OmniOutliner Pro?" "Is it worth buying a Mac?" "Will I be able to vanquish all foes?"). While I'm not prepared to do a major sales presentation, I am happy to oblige the folks who wanted to see how I've set mine up. Also gives you a little window into my current contexts (as well as my atrocious personal habits).

Screenshot here (best viewed full size): comments and questions will be entertained.

My kGTD Setup

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Important to note is that...

Important to note is that kGTD doesn't run under Panther (10.3.x). Regardless, I still bought a copy of OOpro 3.5. I use it daily for various academic research tasks and probably couldn't write a paper without it anymore. Also, I run a hacked-up version of GTD with OOpro for my planning needs. There are times I wish I had the applescript-magic that is kGTD, but things 'get done' so I doubt I need much more. See it at http://diddy.dartmouth.edu/myGTD.jpg. I can't recommend Omni Group products enough - don't even ask how many illustrations I have made with OmniGraffle! [PS - All you university folks, they have a great education discount.]




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