Setting Contexts

GTD on VoodooPad!

Posted in Flying Meat, GTD, Gus Mueller, VoodooPad by jquig99 on August 21, 2007

Getting Things Done in VoodooPad at

Gus Mueller (of Flying Meat, Inc.) is a Apple software developer for whom I have a lot of respect. My favorite application of his, VoodooPad (I have the Pro version), is an application where you can dump – well, everything. To say that it’s a Wiki developer is one (small) piece of the picture. Go here to see all the other features and view the extremely helpful screencasts.

Today on his blog, Gus pointed to a link discussing GTD with VoodooPad. In this post, Chris discusses his GTD system and includes a lua script to use with VoodooPad.

I can’t wait to test this out this weekend.

(Via Gus Mueller’s Blog.)


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  1. Tom said, on August 27, 2007 at 10:21 pm

    Read your blog and was looking for a email contact – looking for some suggestions on setting contexts for a job that has you pretty much behind a computer the whole time. Should you set based on application you’re in, etc…Also always interested in meeting new mac friends 🙂

  2. Gordon R. Vaughan said, on September 4, 2007 at 12:44 am

    Hi, I just ran across this site and didn’t notice it on your blogroll, thought you might be interested in it:

    There’s also an “Ultimate Getting Things Done Index”

    I doubt it’s really got everything on it, but your blog is listed.

  3. jquig99 said, on September 5, 2007 at 6:13 am

    @Tom – jquig99 at gmail dot com. Looking forard to the conversation!

    @Gordon – Thanks as always! I’ll add it today – great resource. Hope you’re well!

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