New disciple from Australia

Hi,

I've tumbled across this magnificent site a few weeks ago after I started reading Dave Allens' GTD book, by way of www.thinkingrock.com.au.

I'm a chronically disorganised, procrastinating, 'wannabe writer' who is currently slaving in various roles within the ICT world.

However, I believe I've found my current 'Holy Grail' and thus my salvation. I want to thank all contributors and hosts of this site for the wonderful content and I look forward to interacting in the future.

Regards,

/aristos

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hello~!

Welcome to the most productively addictive site on the web~!
♥ Sara

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my artwork

thinking rock

Welcome Aristos! I checked out the thinking rock web site and am curious if you use this program? It looks kind of interesting, so if you do use it, I would be interested to hear more about your experience!

nay nay

Coincidentally...

I just tried this program out yesterday as a matter of fact. I think it's a really nice tool. I haven't decided if I will use it regularly, because I don't want to be having to keep duplicate sets of data (computer and paper). The strength of this product is in the capture and sorting, in my opinion. So, when I feel I need to do a big brain dump (no laughing, please!) I may use Thinking Rock just to get it all out there.

It will create pdf reports of your stuff by context or project or date, etc. It will even create a PocketMod out of your stuff, which I think is pretty darn neat. If it would create index card sized reports, say, one project per card, I might be tempted to use it more.
-Sarah

G'Day and Welcome

Glad to have you aboard.

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