Data Liberation. Project-oriented GTD® Task Management for Mac, iPhone and iPad. Wunderkit launches beta for its wunderbar-designed productivity platform. Berlin-based startup 6Wunderkinder has just launched their private beta for their productivity suite Wunderkit.
This is an extension to their simple, yet well designed task list manager Wunderlist, which was acclaimed both by early adopters and users. With Wunderkit the startup is now taking a next step. They’ve stuck to the user experience that, while beautifully crafted on the one hand is surely tricky to get used to, and have taken their core task manager several steps further by wrapping a fully fledged social network around it. Whereas RememberTheMilk had been their primary competitor until now, the company is now directly competing with full virtual workspace apps such as Podio or Asana, all of them trying to re-invent peoples’ work and organize their private and professional lives.
Task Apps. Methodology. NoteTaking. "No" is the New "Yes": Four Practices to Reprioritize Your Life - Tony Schwartz. By Tony Schwartz | 8:12 AM January 17, 2012 I was sitting with the CEO and senior team of a well-respected organization.
One at a time, they told me they spend their long days either in back-to-back meetings, responding to email, or putting out fires. They also readily acknowledged this way of working wasn’t serving them well — personally or professionally. It’s a conundrum they couldn’t seem to solve. It’s also a theme on which I hear variations every day. Prioritizing requires reflection, reflection takes time, and many of the executives I meet are so busy racing just to keep up they don’t believe they have time to stop and think about much of anything. Too often — and masochistically — they default to “yes.”
Truth be told, there’s also an adrenaline rush in saying yes. Saying no, thoughtfully, may be the most undervalued capacity of our times. Making these choices requires that we regularly step back from the madding crowd. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. Working At The Intersection of Personal Productivity and Lean Manufacturing. GTD Review. Onthewire Mail - You Are What You Think. Visualize Your Best 2012. - admin. IcalBuddy: Getting Events and Tasks from the OS X Calendar Store via the Command Line : hasseg.org. Posted on June 20, 2008 Filed under Mac, Programming I’m a big fan of the “do not repeat yourself” principle, which, especially in the context of software, basically means that you should only have one place to change anything.
Any highly volatile data that will be viewed from more than one location (or in more than one way) should only have one location and/or interface for changing it. This way, whenever someone, somewhere, at some point in time happens to make changes to that data, all of the views that display it will reflect that change in true MVC fashion. The calendar store in OS X is a nice centralized database for calendar data that allows me to practice this principle when it comes to my calendars, and I’ve been very happy with it, given that I’ve also gotten automated synchronization with my cell phone to work. $ icalBuddy -sc uncompletedTasks Blog stuff:------------------------* Write blog post about icalBuddy notes: add some nice pictures priority: high Comments. Anxiety - Lightweight To-do Management. Zone. Evernote Corporation.
Evernote Developer Documentation The documentation is organized into three major areas: Our Quick-start guides will show you how to install and configure the Evernote SDK for your chosen language or platform.
The topical Articles describe individual concepts or functions used when interacting with the Evernote API. You’ll probably spend the majority of your time reading these, as they make up the majority of our documentation. They are organized into sections by general topic. Note: You’ll need to create an account on our development server.
Developer SDKs & Guides For all other platforms, installation and setup instructions can be found in the README file of your platform’s SDK. API Reference Generated from the Evernote source code, these documents describe the core components of the Evernote API. Todo.txt: Future-proof task tracking in a file you control. Next! Version: 1.3 Review. Description “This is the best ever task and project management app” – iEatApples “Next!
Is an easy recommendation as a go-to productivity app” - AppCraver “A comprehensive task and project management tool for those desperate to be more productive" - 148Apps Next! Is the ultimate in productivity for the iPad. For those that need more than just a simple list to manage their life, Next! Integrates project management, note taking, and document storage into one comprehensive, elegant and engaging app. Next! Review. Our Review By Jennifer Allen on November 10th, 2011 Rating: Share This: It's pricey but Next!
Certainly helps its users manage their workload. For those iPad owners looking for a task management app, there’s a great wealth of choice out there. However, many are nothing more than glorified to do lists, something that has recently been usurped by the Reminders app that now comes with iOS5.0. Priced at $9.99, Next! Upon opening the app, the minimalist approach does take a little adjustment to master.