ThinkFree intends to offer a paid version of its Web-based
productivity application suite early next year that will give users the
ability to work offline.
The premium edition from ThinkFree
will cost between $5 and $10 per month, company executives said. Right
now, people can use the company’s suite of Web-based online
applications for free.
Web site Yugma offers free web conferencing sessions for up to 10
attendees (free version) to collaborate and share ideas online.
Trying to integrate the GTD method into my Moleskine planner, I designed a “GTD” A5-sized sheet that helps me on my daily efforts to apply the GTD procedure.
For folks looking to move to the digital way, here’s some suggestions
you can try once you’ve determined that you need more than Mac OS X
Stickies or a desktop littered with .txt files. I’m not talking about
outlining or mindmapping applications that let you organize your
thoughts and notes and relate them to each other. That’s the next step.
This is just for those little snippets of dates, times, facts, links,
ideas, and throw-away-but-maybe-you-need-to-save notes that can get out
of control or lost easily.
Like you, I bet, I get really tired of using the same default map
template. It can get booorrrriiiiinnnnngggg. The problem is, the last
time I tried to design a cool-looking map and make it accessible, it
But today, for whatever reason, I decided to ask
Tim Madrid, our Team Leader for End User Support (I guess I qualify as
an end user…), to take me through all the endless, slogging, arduous,
complicated, arcane, Byzantine steps to do design my own maps. He
showed me how easy it was to create a new map template and store it
with the other templates (see Tools–> Template Organizer). I was so
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