intr.v. slip·streamed, slip·stream·ing, slip·streams
- To drive or cycle in the slipstream of a vehicle ahead.
I'm doing a bit of slipstreaming myself as I go through my homemade GTD refresher course. I've looked through some of my old bookmarks of Getting Things Done articles, and rediscovered some gems about the joys and challenges of GTD. In case you are on the same sort of quest, I thought I'd share a few:
- Here is a great "one year review" on 43 Folders that I love now even more than when I found it
- Here is part 2 of that same review, in which he shares things about GTD he wishes he was better at - and I share a lot of the stuff on this list
- A broad and deep collection of useful and thought-provoking things at Law4PDA
- And a wonderful collection from the secret site of Bill Kratz on how to do GTD stuff with Outlook. Complete with some good code snippets.
- Anyone know what happened to Bill Kratz? He went dark, and the home page of this site has been saying "Goodbye" for about a year now. I hope he's OK.
Anyway, these are a few of the sorts of links that have kept me moving on the "just one more click before I go to bed" routine for the past couple of hours. Hope you get something out of them. And when you've used these links up, if you want more good stuff, click around on my link list over there on the right. Some smart folks in there.