Corkboard.me – is actually very simple and therein lies its force. You can put a sticky note on your board and write on it – no login, you just get your own unique board right away with a link you need to bookmark to get back to your board.
My physical set up is very much the setup from the GTD book, but my digital setup for archiving information and someday maybe files has been lacking the simplicity.
An Evernote setup can be the answer.
GTD is simple, yet often complicated to explain to newcomers and hard to practice. I usually find, that when explaining GTD to people – I always start with Inbox Zero – since Inbox Zero was the real eyeopener that changed my (work) life and really opened my eyes to all the benefits of Getting Things Done. But why is Inbox Zero such a good way into GTD? Well read on…
One of the greatest achievements we can have from developing online tools and ways we act online is the way we will be able to provide cheap lifelong learning for everybody. But we need to be able to act without fear of having a history online that will be used against us.
Email has become what future generations will refer to as the digital plague. It may not kill us physically, but it will stress us down, and burn our brain cells in a toxic steam of stress hormons.
If you’re into tech and how we humanoids interact with it and how we interact with other humanoids through the interwebs, then there is only one place to be, when March 9th 2012 rolls around…
SXSWi 2011 trends: Technology has zoomed in on humans and their strange behaviour, and games can motivate them to change it. The web has stopped being a separate world, doing good is now a serious business strategy, and the future is not coming – it’s here!
Where the dot.com triggered the fantasy that “if we build it, they will come” – and we will be rich, the dot.com version 2 has taken the human behavior into the equation and hired cognitive scientists.
“The internet is only in its teens – 15 years old, and I haven’t had sex yet”