Tuesday, June 19, 2007

43f Feature: Michael Buffington’s “How I use iGTD”

43f Feature: Michael Buffington’s “How I use iGTD” | 43 Folders

"With Quicksilver and iGTD I get the task out of head and into a place I trust, and because it took mere seconds to record I’m right back in flow, realizing that if I’m wanting to do multiple inheritance in Ruby I’ve probably designed something incorrectly in the first place."

Michael Buffington, via a guest post at 43Folders, introduces us to using Quicksilver to getting tasks into iGTD. Following his article, I was able to download, iGTD, install it, and add as task via Quicksilver in just minutes.

Quicksilver is a Mac application that captures keyboard sequences to trigger or communicate with applications.


"You are a busy person, aren't you? And there's an easy way to track all things that have to be done... and to get those things done! iGTD takes some concepts from Getting Things Done methodology and makes them easy to understand and use in your every day life. But it's definitely not limited to the GTD concept - you can really use it the way you want."

Mac user? Into GTD? Then give this combination a spin. Thanks again 43Folders and Michael Buffington.


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