Monday, November 29, 2010

Workflowy

Very simple and intuitive list-style organization with a zooming interface that allows for easy movement between an overview and focus on specific things: Workflowy

Friday, November 19, 2010

Firetask

A new self-organization app for the Mac, the former iPhone/iPod app, still available for these gadgets, Firetask combines the advantages of  GTD with proven classical task management features such as due dates and priorities in a unique way. Firetask is strictly project-oriented and makes it simple to add tasks, delegate and schedule. Everything is neatly synchronized between phone and computer.

Curio

Curio is a sort of digital notebook for freeform information gathering, brainstorming, and creative exploration.
You can use this Mac-only app to take notes, manage tasks, make photo collages, sketch with brushes & pens, and create beautifully styled lists, mind maps, tables, and index cards. All within the same amazingly intuitive integrated environment.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Wunderlist

Wunderlist is a combination of online service plus desktop or mobile app that synchronizes instantly your to-do lists, ideas, and notes, not very different from Simplenote, but allowing some advanced customization of the interface, drag and drop support and other features.

You can download the app for Mac or Windows, and a mobile app is on the way. It's free (currently in beta).


Here is a video demo of Wunderlist:

Monday, November 01, 2010

Crocodoc

A very promising collaboration platform to highlight and comment documents online, Crocodoc lets your team review a common document (PDF, Word, Powerpoint, Web pages, or any image).

Suggested uses of the service include reviewing documents, get feedback on web design projects, take study notes, fill out pdf forms, and send / receive annotated reports to and from clients.

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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