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Jul
19
comment Automated time tracking program for Linux
@Dmitry: Thanks for mentioning RescueTime. I thought this wasn't a "list" question because I imagined there'd only be one or two applications that did this and ran on Linux, but maybe it's a bigger area than I thought.
Jul
18
accepted Dealing with “waiting for reply” emails
Jul
18
comment Dealing with “waiting for reply” emails
(Or BCC yourself) Great advice!
Jul
18
accepted Is there a proven method for managing emails?
Jul
18
accepted Summary of Getting Things Done (GTD) system
Jul
18
accepted Handling task dependencies with GTD
Jul
18
accepted How often should you take breaks for maximum productivity?
Jul
18
accepted Tickler file for email
Jul
18
revised First Things First system
add quadrant image from Wikipedia page
Jul
18
comment How often should you take breaks for maximum productivity?
@Soner: Will do soon. Because we're early in the beta I wanted to give a good amount of people a chance to answer questions before I go back and accept.
Jul
18
asked Automated time tracking program for Linux
Jul
17
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
16
suggested suggested edit on First Things First system
Jul
15
accepted Is written stenography still useful?
Jul
15
asked First Things First system
Jul
15
asked What is ZTD (Zen To Done) and how does it differ from GTD?
Jul
15
comment Is there a way to link tasks in Remember the Milk?
Good point that "linked" actions don't really exist in GTD. There's a project somewhere ("stake in the ground") and a next action, plus other next actions that get added in future reviews.
Jul
15
comment Is there a way to link tasks in Remember the Milk?
Voted. Also, linking my related question.
Jul
15
comment Is there a way to link tasks in Remember the Milk?
If you can't figure out how to do what you want to do, you can at least suggest the idea.
Jul
15
comment Is there a way to link tasks in Remember the Milk?
You're looking for a list with only one item visible at a time, or simply a list sorted by "linked tasks"?