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Doing "Getting Things Done" (GTD) with Linux and todotxt

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Published on Sep 13, 2016

Doing "Getting Things Done" (GTD) with Linux and todotxt

The Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology by David Allen is a popular way to not only get things done but also to clear away distractions and achieve focus. Craig Maloney details what the GTD Methodology is, and how he uses GTD under a Linux environment, using tools like Todo.txt, Genius Scan, Dropbox, and text files. He’ll also cover some useful tips and tricks for setting up and honing your own GTD system. It's a great introduction to this useful methodology to help you cope with the cnages and demands of our ever-changing world.

Craig Maloney is a current member of the board of the Michigan!/usr/group. His misadventures in life, the universe, and everything can be found at http://decafbad.net. He also writes his own bio and talks about himself in the third person.

Links:

todo.txt: http://todotxt.com

Simpletask: https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...

Genius Scan: https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...

jrnl: http://jrnl.sh/

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