Sunday, December 03, 2006

49 Resources on GTD software

Need a GTD application to start getting organised? Why not check first the 49 Resources on GTD software?
You'll find this list at Listible, an online compilation of contributed topic lists.

5 comments:

Boris said...

Now that's a huge list.

Do you continue to use ThinkingRock? I think it is taking the GTD process way too literally. The decision process on where to put your things should go in the head.

If you use not only Macs but Windows too, you can take a look at FusionDesk(I am its author).

I think what is needed for GTD to work on a computer is a very competent task management app, that is designed with GTD in mind, but not forcing you into some pattern.

Joan said...

Boris, thanks for the link.
I will take a look at FusionDesk. By the way, the website looks great!

Joan said...

I have noticed that the "Buy" information page labels both versions as Starter Edition, but I guess the second one (blue package) should say Professional . Am I wrong?

Anonymous said...

GT "Drawings" because getting organized ">should be attractive<":
you've got to take a look at GoalEnforcer then:
www.goalenforcer.com

Joan said...

I have added an even more exhaustive list of GTD software in the sidebar:
GTD Tools.

1000 Heads: the book

1000 heads, my illustration book

My artwork at Flickr

Inspiring books for the creative type

My GTD (Getting things done) illustrations

I conceived this blog basically to share my visual side notes of the Getting things done process. My most recent posts about GTD software and related topics have “masked” the original posts.

You can access most GTDrawings in the archive of december 2005 and january 2006.

Here's a miniature with most of my sketches: this is what you will find, commented and in larger sizes, in those previous posts.

See also the article about GTD drawings.

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