21st Century Learing #31: GTD

EdTechTalk: 21st Century Learning #31

Getting Things Done Review

February 6, 2007

arvind and I discuss the Getting Things Done system. arvind went to a David Allen seminar last week, so we thought it would be a good time to review our progress with the GTD system.

Check out the Chat Transcript for great resources


Welcome to the Worldbridges Chat Room

Administrative privileges granted.

Alex Ragone: IP Address

vvrotny: IP Address

vvrotny: IP Address

[arvind] hey vinnie, you made it

[vvrotny] right now I am chat only for 5 minutes, as I now have to proctor a study hall and there are two seniors making up an in-class essay.

jeff: IP Address

[jeff] Hey guys. Stream sounds good

[arvind] hey jeff

[arvind] great

[Alex Ragone] Hey Guys!

[Alex Ragone] Getting Things Done

[Alex Ragone] http://www.davidco.com

[Alex Ragone] Brain Dump

[Alex Ragone] To manage what has you attention, you have to know what has your attention.

[Alex Ragone] Write it all down.

[arvind] http://www.inboxzero.com/

[Alex Ragone] Our first Getting Things Done Show: Getting

[Alex Ragone] https://edtechtalk.net/21st_Century_Learning_8

[arvind] wiki at 43folders about getting things done: http://wiki.43folders.com/index.php/GTD

[Alex Ragone] David Allen’s Podcasts: http://www.davidco.com/podcast.php

galex: IP Address

[jeff] He checked it off his list pretty quickly

[jeff] How would David’s approach translate itself to group project To Do list management?

[Alex Ragone] It would probably be another container?

[Alex Ragone] .

[arvind] http://www.basecamphq.com/

[Alex Ragone] That’s more pm vs. help desk tasks (http://www.webhelpdesk.com/)

[Alex Ragone] http://www.webhelpdesk.com/

[arvind] Some GTD toys: http://hiveminder.com

[arvind] Simple GTD: http://www.simplegtd.com/

[arvind] d3 http://dcubed.ca/

[arvind] Jello.Dashboard: http://jello.wordpress.com/

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