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1970

PocketMod: The Free Disposable Personal Organizer

by maitrewong & 56 others
The PocketMod is a new way to keep yourself organized. Lets face it, PDAs are too expensive and cumbersome, and organizers are bulky and hard to carry around. Nothing beats a folded up piece of paper. That is until now. With the PocketMod, you can carry around the days notes, keep them organized in any way you wish, then easily transfer the notes to your PDA, spreadsheet, or planner.

Remember The Milk

by maitrewong & 86 others
Remember The Milk is the easiest and best way to manage your to-do lists online.<br /> Listes de tâches

Achieve-IT!: How to Take A Caffeine Nap

by isolabig & 1 other
"But what researchers found worked the best was a Caffeine Nap."<br /> <br /> The Caffeine Nap is simple. You drink a cup of coffee and immediately take a 15 minute nap.The recommendation was to nap only 15 minutes, no more or less and you must sleep immediately after the coffee.

.:: Time Management ::.

by sharifl
What is holding you back from getting organized? Here are 5 big obstacles, and what you can do to overcome them.

Le blog-notes de Ben

by maitrewong
French summary of Getting things done (Chapt 1 and 2)<br /> J`ai poursuivi ma lecture de Getting Things Done, et je l`ai même terminée, mais je vais continuer à consigner mes notes ici, ce qui sera, entre autres choses, un moyen efficace de me remettre la démarche en mémoire. Voici donc, après le chapitre 1, le chapitre 2.

Chris Wright » Blog Archive » Yahoo! GTD (Part 1)

by sharifl & 2 others
The tools you’ll be using are the Yahoo! Calendar for your scheduling and tickler file, Yahoo! Notepad for lists, and Yahoo! Addresses to store your contacts.<br /> <br /> Calendar

1969

Beeplet: timed alerts

by HandySolo & 9 others
Keep forgetting stuff? Need reminders from time to time?<br /> Then Beeplet is your thing.

GTD

by HandySolo & 4 others
gtd-php is an open source, web-based implementation of the Getting Things Done (GTD) personal organization system.

43 Folders Series: Inbox Zero | 43 Folders

by HandySolo & 4 others
Over the next few days, we’ll be looking at the skills, tools, and attitude needed to empty your email inbox — and then keep it that way.