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Financial Times Technology Blog

It would be easy to make fun of the Getting Things Done Summit were it not for its laudable and eminently practical subtext of bailing us out of our data-sodden lives. read more

ZDNet Interviews David

I had the pleasure of attending the GTD summit last week: the inaugural conference arranged by The David Allen Company around the GTD methodology outlined in Allen's book Getting Things Done: The art of stress free productivity. read more / watch video

New York Times GadgetWise Blog

It's easy to joke about a business conference dedicated to improving productivity, especially a meeting that carries the name "Getting Things Done." After all, who has ever gotten anything done at a conference? But people here would argue that such a joke represents the problem. read more

Each Day Empty Blog

Right now I'm enjoying the sunshine and a jetlag in San Francisco. Tonight the first GTD Summit ever will open with a reception and jazz music. This summit will certainly be a real fun place to meet new people, talk to people that up until now are only names and e-mail addresses to me and enjoy listening to great ideas about Getting Things Done. read more

MindJet Blog

Tonight is the kick-off for the GTD Summit here in San Francisco. If you haven't noticed, David Allen and his GTD method of Getting Things Done have really taken off! David is a long time fan of mapping and has been using MindManager for years. read more

Notes on Productivity Blog

Next week, my sister Amy and I will be accompanying our father to the GTD Summit; we will be assisting him at the eProductivity pedestal in the product showcase. We will help people learn how we use Notes, eProducivity and Mr. Allen's GTD methodology to get things done. read more

David Spark Interviews David Allen

I attended the GTD Summit in San Francisco (3/11/09-3/13/09) and asked everyone what bad habits did they have that they've eradicated thanks to GTD. read more / watch video

Interface Matters Blog

After attending the GTD Global Summit a little over a week ago, my mind is still swirling with all kinds of thoughts. I wanted to write a final post to close things out earlier, but I hit the road to visit customers literally a couple of hours after I arrived back from San Francisco. read more