GTD

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A Collection of OneNote links

I’m finding myself using OneNote more and more over the last year or so. The fact that there are native clients for PC, OSX, and iOS, and that they’re *good* clients makes it a really nice tool for anyone who wants to track notes/tasks/other stuff and uses a mix of Windows, OSX and iOS devices. Oh, and it’s free too if you’re concerned about costs. Over the past weeks I’ve bookmarked a number of OneNote related links. Here they are collated for your compressed reading pleasure, and it’s only now that I’ve noticed that a number of them come...

2011, the year of distractions

I didn’t (and usually don’t) do end of year posts, however something I read recently got me thinking a lot about 2011’s positives and negatives. One of the definite negatives of last year was that it really felt like a year filled with distractions. The reading that got me thinking was Happy and quiet on Ned Batchelder’s blog. I started following Ned’s blog a very long time ago simply because he used to be involved in Lotus Domino, and I used to be a Lotus person (sssh). I don’t do Lotus Notes/Domino anymore, and neither does Ned, however I...

Disconnecting Distraction

Disconnecting Distraction is a small piece of writing by Paul Graham which anyone who works with a computer can identify with. His solution of having a "work pc" which isn't connected to the Internet isn't going to work for everyone, but thinking about the concept is definitely a good tool to use as a wake up tool. And my main computer is now freed for work. If you try this trick, you'll probably be struck by how different it feels when your computer is disconnected from the Internet. It was alarming to me how foreign it...