[TxMt] GTD Upgraded

Mike Mellor alaskamike at gmail.com
Mon Jun 12 03:50:40 UTC 2006

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On Jun 11, 2006, at 1:10 PM, Ron Rosson wrote:

> I am on the hunt for the perfect GTD system (who isn't ;-)). I have  
> been looking thru the GTD bundle and I think I have a few  
> questions. My interpretation of  the GTD bundle is that each file  
> is a project in the GTD sense. and lines in these files begin with  
> the appropriate word to make up the action to be performed. One of  
> the pieces or the logic that I am not seeing is location. Once you  
> get into GTD it is just not work.. It becomes your world.  ;-)

I kind of use context and location together loosely.  For example,  
EMAIL has to be done on a computer, etc.  Based on another comment, I  
plan to add "WORK EMAIL" and "HOME EMAIL" and so on, for folks lucky  
enough to be able to use TextMate at work!

> P.S. A couple of feature requests:
> 	- Possible editor to edit the labels actions.
> 	- integration with either the unix cal program or iCal
> 	- re-occurring tasks

I have more or less deliberately avoided using any calendar notation  
in GTD - in keeping with "the book," any tasks that is time dependent  
goes on my calendar, my todo items are not (as) time sensitive.   
Perhaps we can look at a macro, somehow tied into FMP, that creates  
an appointment in iCal but not on a list?  I use Google calendars for  
input to iCal, so I'm not sure how it would work.

Thanks for the feedback!

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