Its true a moleskine can Save Your Life!
"I was walking down the street in New York City when I heard a light "thwap" followed by a sense of pressure on my chest. I reached for the area instinctively and felt only the Moleskine. notebook in the inside pocket of my jacket. It wasn’t until I looked inside the jacket at my shirt that I found the small mangled piece of lead along with the shredded paper from my notebook. A rogue bullet had gone through my jacket and into my Moleskine."
Don’t have a couple of hours to waste setting up Tracks? Okay maybe just a hour…anyway its bit of a hassle to setup up this web based GTD tool.
The problem I found with Tracks wasn’t its implementation, but the hastle it would take to get it running on a webserver.
Enter Kevin Rosenjack and Zenlist, his free Tracks hosting. I made an account, its super easy, and extremely fast. They also do nightly back-ups, so you never have to worry about losing all your project data. They are constantly updating and promise that all your data will keep all its integrity.
The Evil Genius shares about his walk down the GTD side…
So this weekend I’m going to do the big initial push of getting myself working on the David Allen GTD system. I have to decide what the mechanics will be, will I use a paper system or a computer system or what? It has to be portable between home and work, and although my original impulse was to try to build myself a system in Ruby on Rails, I’ve decided that more practical would be to make myself a Hipster PDA, probably with the DIY Planner templates.
Yes! Yet another web based GTD tool it’s called iCommit.
iCommit includes all the essential parts of David Allen’s system: contexts, next actions, a tickler, the inbox, and multi-task projects. You can grab and go a day’s worth of activities and also do your weekly review right inside the app.
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