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Old 09-24-2007, 06:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Lesser Known Applications for Linux — Getting Things Done

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Much has been written about David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” action and time management system (GTD). Many websites have come into existence to help people organize their lives, projects, and time around GTD methodology. GTD software solutions have been developed as well for people who do not want a web-based GTD system. It is a system geared toward the overly busy, technically bombarded lifestyles many people live today. This installment of Lesser Known Applications for Linux provides approaches to getting things done.



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