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Sylvia's Getting Things Done (GTD) Resource List

Sylvia's Getting Things Done (GTD) Resource List

IVR Cheat Sheet(tm) by Paul English The Best Web 2.0 Software of 2005 ( voo2do : simple, beautiful web-based to-do lists Sacred Cow Dung: All Things Web 2.0 - "THE LIST" « QUOTE OF THE WEEK: "Bad Code is Good Business" | Sacred Cow Dung Home | High-Performance Social Networking - Part II: The Natural Life-Cycle of a Personal Network » March 10, 2006 All Things Web 2.0 - "THE LIST" The most current listings are now available as a continuously updated Open Directory at “All Things Web 2.0 – The Directory” — cgm (08/16/06) Last night I was talking with Bob Stumpel who runs the Web 2.0 Group on OpenBC. Everything Web 2.0 by Bob Stumpel, et al 360yahoo - Blogging. [ The italicized entries are ones which I added or “fixed” — cgm ] Related Links Posted by cmayaud at 02:06 PM | Permalink| Comments (145) Tagging | Digg This | Posted to COMtent | DIRECTORIES | LISTS | SOFTWARE IT | Web 2.0 Hi, I just wanted to respond to the category that is posted under. In fact, Vyew is a free, web-based collaboration site that provides a feature-rich meeting room with real-time, whiteboard functionality. Thanks, Fred Posted by: Fred Han at March 16, 2006 06:46 PM

ToDoList 4.8.b4 (Beta) - A simple but effective way to keep on t Downloads Latest Executable + Plugins (6.8.10) - 2.1 MB (Includes all associated resources)Application Source (6.8.10) - 3.1 MB (Includes all plugins - compiles under VC6-VS2008) 3rd Party Note: Please contact the respective authors directly with comments and questions iTDL - for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch Tdl Todo List - for Android Latest Update (6.8.10 Feature Release) The big new features for 6.8 are full drag'n'drop support added to the Gantt and Calendar views for modifying task dates. The Calendar was also rewritten to add support for displaying tasks continuously between their start and due dates. Introduction You know how it is - you start work on one project and halfway through, you find one or two side-projects crop up that have to be solved before you can continue on the original project. This is one such project with the added twist that it too started its life as a side-project. The next step was to hunt around on the web for a tool to meet the following requirements: Simple, huh!

Geek to Live: Tech support with UltraVNC SingleClick - Lifehacke I have been doing this for the past two years, and I can atest that, 1. It's a lifesaver, 2. CAN be a hassle to make it work for the first time (ie get the ports right etc) 3. So my takes on the subject are: Get a dynamic DNS provider (dyndns works fine and has embedded clients on most routers [WRT54G here] or if you are out of luck, at least multiplatform clients for *nix and Windows) Serve the package yourself. Keep in mind that you *will* be saying your dyndns and port number over the phone to computer semi-literates, so try to make it something easy to understand/spell :)

GTD Portal - This is the GTD Portal -- a resource ... HOWTO Rip DVD Movies To Your iPod Using Handbrake HOWTO Rip DVD Movies To Your iPod Using Free Software Insert a DVD of your choice. If DVD Player opens, quit it. Run Handbrake. Select Detected volume , as shown in Figure 1. Click Open . In the Destination section, set File Format to MP4 file , as shown in Figure 3. Set Codecs to MPEG-4 Video / AAC Audio , as shown in Figure 4. Note: A previous version of this guide suggested using the “AVC/H.264 Video codec, but that does not work because the video iPod can not play the H.264 files that Handbrake produces. For File , enter the full pathname where you want to save your movie, as shown in Figure 5. In the Video section, set Quality to Average bitrate and enter 400 . Optional - Under Quality , select 2-pass encoding , as shown in Figure 7. In the Audio section, for Language 1 , select the audio track in your preferred language, as shown in Figure 8. The Sample rate is entirely up to you. For Bitrate , you can keep the default of 128 , or select a rate up to 160 . Click Picture Settings .

Consistency “Consistency, thou art a jewel.” —popular saying “Consistency, from Sciral, does one thing and does it well. Its interface is pleasant, original, and crystal clear. “What an app! “Thanks for writing this application. “Love it! Now $10 for Desktop Editions and only $1.99 for iOS! What's New? Available for iPhone, Mac and Windows! Click here! Check out the version history for information on the latest updates. What is Sciral Consistency? Calendars are great for keeping track of tasks where you need to coordinate with others by setting fixed times and intervals. To-do lists are great for keeping track of tasks that you will do once, and that you need to keep in order by priority. But there's another class of activities for which neither traditional calendars nor to-do lists are optimal. The kinds of activities or tasks you use Sciral Consistency for share a number of attributes: They don't have deadlines or rigid time intervals associated with them. What are some examples of appropriate tasks?

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