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E-mail & what can do it better . . cont

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E-mail & what can do it better . .  cont

I have a well defined, high stakes, major project, with several members in the team, complexities around goals, timelines an politics: the Moodle trial.  A dead sitter for a better way to work.  I am going to find another way. Week 8 with Luis on his “experiment, or initiative, at work where (he has) diverted…

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Free tools

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PDF writer. sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=57796&package_id=53473 Quite a nice little programme: automatically installed as a print driver in Word.  Have created several PDF’s and they all seem very fine. Evernote This is like a personal receptacle for all your thoughts and ideas with a flexible tagging classification system.  Quite remarkable. From the PR: “EverNote is an ambitious attempt…

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GTD (3)

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Stuff is the problem What is stuff?  All those things that are left unfinished, half through through, embarked on then dropped; Things that need fixing, replacing, maintaining, tidying, finding . . . Projects you may or may not do.  Books and papers. . . .   (you get the idea) Adapted from the 43 Folders blog:…

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GTD (2)

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This is much later than I intended for a Part Two.  There is much more of a psychic challenge than I ever thought possible.  Dave Allen has talked about this in one of the podcasts done with Merlin Mann.  Someday Maybe.   This basically says “Give yourself plenty of time to come to grips with…

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