GTD Toolbox: 100+ Resources for Getting Things DoneGetting Things Done, also abbreviated as GTD, is a popular time management productivity method created by David Allen. The method is just as popular today as it was back in 2007 when we ran our GTD Ninja post featuring more than 50 apps to help you be more productive and organized. But there are a host of new applications out there to help you be even more productive this year. Below are more than 100 of them. What are your favorite GTD tools? Complete Solutions iGTD - A free Mac OS X app. Kinkless GTD - Free Applescripts for OmniOutliner Pro for implementing GTD-style task management. OmniFocus - A Mac OS X GTD system that also works with your iPhone. tasktoy - A GTD app that includes printable lists and mobile access. Todoist - A simple GTD app with a built-in calendar, Gmail integration, and more. GTDInbox - A Firefox addon for using Gmail for GTD. Nexty - A PHP GTD tool that you can install on a local server. TaskFreak! ThinkingRock - A downloadable software solution for GTD. Notezz!
100 Terrific Productivity Tools for the Bored or Unemployed | CoBy Meredith Walker Whether you’re bored out of your mind at the office or don’t have an office to go to, there’s no reason to sit around idly when there’s so much you could potentially be getting done. With the web at your fingertips, you can find numerous ways to keep your mind and body engaged and active. These 100 tools will help you get busy doing just about anything from organizing your DVD collection to planning your potential future, giving you no excuse to be bored or unemployed for long. Organizing Your Life If you’ve got nothing else to do why not organize your life? Resume and Job Search Not a fan of being unemployed? Gramlee: Make sure your resume and cover letter is free of spelling and grammar errors by submitting it through this site first.Side Job Track: Just because you don’t have full-time work doesn’t mean you can’t work on the side. Socializing and Networking Hobbies and Fun Browsing the Web Creativity To-Do Lists Setting Goals and Planning