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Things 3’s wonderful new design, humane task management features, and range of simplicity to complexity make it the winner in an otherwise tight GTD race.
Roger Ogden is a software engineer living in Boise, Idaho.
It may sound backwards, but the key to starting your days off right is to finish them well. When you take the time to clear your mind — and your inboxes — it makes it so much easier to start your day with clarity. You’ll be off and running and working on the things that matter most to you with far less effort and friction.
I’ve been following some form of “getting things done” (GTD) for the better part of a decade. I’ve used multiple apps and read multiple books and blog posts. The reason I follow GTD is that it allows me to understand exactly what I need to be doing, and when it needs to be done. In my life, I have a full-time job, multiple freelance opportunities, and three small children. To say that my life is chaotic is an understatement.
The principal of GTD that has helped me the most is not treating my email inbox as a to-do list, and I’ll show you exactly how to make that work for your own workflows.
As the iPad continues to mature and become more powerful, there’s always a laundry list of important features that keep people from completely moving away from the Mac platform. This week, Ryan Christoffel (MacStories) published a thoughtful list of power-features that he wants to see Apple bring to the iPad. It’s a great list, and one I want to see Apple tackle as well.
My desire for a Mac, however, still exists in a few specific use cases. There are things the Mac has to offer that I wish my iPad could replicate.