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Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 06/01/2007

Posted by telecommatt on June 1, 2007

Getting things done… in web design :: Boagworld  Annotated

  • As an aspiring GTDer (Is there anyone who has truly mastered GTD??),  I’m always on the lookout for ways to apply David Allen’s concepts in real life. Paul Boag does a great job at pointing out that real world GTD isn’t simply checking things off your list.
     – post by telecommatt
There is one point in the book when David talks about how to handle new projects you are considering undertaking and in particular a series of steps you should complete. These steps are very generic and can be applied to pretty much any project, including the development of a website.

    Geek To Live: Replace Windows Explorer with Xplorer2 – Lifehacker

    • I’m on a Lifehacker kick this morning. This is a great review of Windows Explorer replacement Xplorer2, complete with a list of keyboard shortcuts.
       – post by telecommatt

    Wubi – The Easiest Way to Linux  Annotated

    • Used the prototype installer on my other machine and it worked pretty slick. Give ti a try!
       – post by telecommatt
    Wubi is an unofficial Ubuntu installer for Windows users that will bring you into the Linux world with a few clicks.

      Downloads: Lifehacker Code Roundup – Lifehacker

      • More useful stuff from Lifehacker.com
         – post by telecommatt

      MacGyver Tip: Fix your glasses with clear nail polish – Lifehacker

        2 Responses to “Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 06/01/2007”

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