Scott Karstetter is keeping it real for the Getting Things Done (GTD) crowd. Here are a couple of examples:
GTD all over the wall
Scott has created (like the one at the right) and aggregated a number of good GTD-related desktop wallpapers to help keep you motivated and enthusiastic throughout the day. My favorite is the one with the clouds and the workflow diagram, which you can see in Scott's post - that's what currently graces my Vista desktop.
Smart To-Do List gets even smarter
Scott also recently updated his free, Smart To-Do List software to version 1.2, adding more features to help you improve your GTD skillz. Among the new capabilities:
- Re-ordering project tasks via drag and drop
- To-Do list items can be moved between projects via drag and drop
- To-Do list items can be re-ordered alphabetically
- An additional filter has been added that allows you to sort the current view by priority. This filter will list the high priority items first, followed by the medium, and then the low priority.
For more info and an overview of the functionality, check out Scott's blog post about the new version.