Month: June 2008

Getting Things Done on a Mac

Things, OmniFocus, Dejumble and Daylite all somehow embrace the GTD philosophy, but the way they do it differs enormously. Besides, do we need GTD?If you happen to be in the market for a GTD application, you are certainly pampered when you’re running Mac OS X. Under Leopard, GTD applications have even seen an explosive boost as some of the synchronisation functionality offered in some of these programs heavily depend on Leopard technologies. With the Mac increasingly becoming an all-round tool of productivity for organising anything from your personal life to your enterprise-class creative or publishing work, GTD and mind mapping are becoming essential concepts and technologies. Started under Tiger, most of the GTD applications currently available for Mac OS X are only now finding a large market of eager users. The reason is a mysterious sales driver that is not so mysterious when you come to think of it. It’s the iPhone and especially the fact that the iPhone is increasingly being used as a professional tool (so much for Gartner’s original assessment of the …