Monday, October 19, 2009

New TiddlyWiki based system for GTD

It uses Reminders instead of ticklers and has very nice calendar
integration. It looks great and has a lot of polish. It's a little
more lightweight than MGTD in some respects. Check it out here:


Blogger Jeff said...

The calendar and journal are pretty neat additions, and it's definitely cool looking. I'm very hooked on MonkeyGTD, though.

6:02 PM PDT  
Anonymous Agl said...

Looks quite nice. But I don't need any of the features (I've seen). The Tag-Cloud is nice but I deliberately decided to go without extra tagging. The calendar looks good too. But I try too keep my GTD-system as date-free as possible. So that's no use to me.

Don't like, that it uses tabs.

Cool but not for me.

1:37 AM PDT  
Blogger simon said...

Well I'm biased of course and it's a pretty nice system but it's not as full featured and capable as MGTD.

4:55 AM PDT  
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1:24 PM PDT  
Blogger Aaron said...

tbGTD is lovely, and it reminds me one important really important: Although someone might not like its' "tab" interface, but it reminds me that the "tab" helps me focus on one thing each time...that is, when I am reading on a "tab"/one stuff in tbGTD, it "dim out" the resting information and help me to focus on what I am reading.

Yeah, focus, focus and focus.

May mGSD do it also? It's really helpful.

5:04 AM PST  

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