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Software developer based in the UK.


Apr
18
answered Time tracker that notifies you when you spend more than x hours at computer?
Apr
5
comment What are must have time management and productivity books?
Yep, everyone should absolutely read Getting Things Done.
Mar
23
comment Is there an email/forum productivity tool which can automate reply generation?
I have often imagined something exactly like this for extracting "todos" from emails. It's something I would actually consider writing myself if there was sufficient interest.
Mar
23
comment Advantages of a label printer
So, in other words, more "stuff" I have to think about. It sounds like I could have a much easier life by just not having a labeler.
Mar
21
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Mar
21
answered How would you describe reading a book in a GTD system?
Mar
21
answered What is the linkage between “next actions” and “projects” in GTD?
Mar
21
answered Do programmers combine GTD and issue trackers?
Mar
21
answered Advantages of a label printer
Mar
21
comment How to manage long tasks in GTD
This post tells us that you have not spent any time researching GTD, which is all about breaking down bigger projects into discrete actions.
Mar
15
comment The productive label printer
I agree this should be its own question. A key feature of GTD is that it can be implemented at any technology level. I use the excellent Dymo LetraTag LT-100T, but a sheet of labels and a Sharpie would be equally functional. The look of a properly printed label is just psychological and I don't think it makes much difference in a GTD system. Also, flat batteries, empty tape cartridges, or someone borrowing your labeler can all be a barrier to creating a file.
Mar
13
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Mar
13
awarded  Autobiographer