As I stated previously, it’s a little hard to figure out how to leverage the available information- and task-management tools most effectively to actually help me get things done.
I’ve decided to focus on Remember the Milk for now, because it has several killer features:
Want to increase your creative output? Brother Steve your thoughts…
For the past 25 years, I’ve relied heavily on these tune-out-the world creative periods for a variety of tasks encompassing many disciplines: computer programming, game design, arts and crafts, web development, articles, speeches, Photoshop work, sound effects recording, school papers, and lots more. Today these periods are essential for my blogging work.
For most of my life I took these creative spurts for granted. As a teenager I attributed it to being left-handed. But I later realized I’d developed a process for initiating and sustaining these creative periods. I can’t guarantee these rules will be as effective for you as it is for me, but I suspect that with a little practice you’ll find them quite effective.
Mindjet Labs has created a new MindManager 6 add-in that enables users to send maps to a OneNote 2007 notebook as an image that can be sketched on and annotated, and OneNote pages can be sent to MindManager as hyperlinked topics.