It is Mac OS X dashboard widget that partially implements Getting Things Done methodology. It allows you instantly get all the stuff out of your head into selected Inbox in iCal and view your Next Actions without launching iCal.
New GTD webapp Nozbe organizes your to-do’s and projects David Allen-style.
Folks using the Getting Things Done system who want a webapp built to store information just the way The David intended, Nozbe looks like a great choice.
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Allen, 61, is best known for his book “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity.” The book, published in 2001, was the 46th most popular book on Amazon.com on Thursday.
He may seem like an unlikely Internet hero, but legions of bloggers have embraced his timesaving methods. A quick Google search for David Allen and “Getting Things Done” turned up more than 1.3 million hits.
I’ve been using David Allen’s Getting Things Done for a few years now and I can’t recommend it highly enough. I get more done in less time. I spend much less time and energy figuring out what I need to do next. It has freed up mental cycles and allowed me to start focusing on bigger goals. And it makes me look good at work, where I have sailed through major crunches without breaking a sweat on more than one occasion.
Vitalist is perfect for anyone needing to Get Things Done. Easily organize actions and projects online. From grocery lists to business projects, track it all with Vitalist.