I wrote about my backup strategy a couple of years ago. A few things have changed since and I should share my current setup at some stage. But as Stephen Hackett shared his I first need to take some inspiration from it.
Just recently Stephen announced that he is going independent to work exlusively on the Relay FM podcast network and his different writing gigs, incl. posting more frequently on his own 512pixels site. You should buy one of his fresh T-Shirts and support him with his move.
Without a doubt Contexts remain the part of GTD® which people experiment the most with. Because Contexts need to really work on an indivdual basis this experimentation is not only good, but also intended.
Matt Henderson shares another interesting approach which is based in just two Contexts.
Realizing that in practice I didn’t actually view my tasks by “Work” and “Personal” contexts very often, even though I had organized them that way, I decided to try a simpler approach, consisting of only two contexts, the purpose of which is to answer the question, “Is this something I will do, or something I might do?”
Not time, people, places, tools, engery levels or zen state — for Matt it is more about 'Yes' or 'Maybe'.
Just a few days ago Dr. Drang showed us how he generates a printed daily todo list from TaskPaper. This triggered Jason Verly to share his workflow for the same purpose but this time based on OmniFocus as the source.
Using an AppleScript to extract the data from OmniFocus and Marked 2 with a custom CSS to style the Markdown output gets him straight to PDF with his daily todos on it.
Dr. Drang is a TaskPaper user for many years and has contributed a lot of scripts and workflows to the community around the extremely flexible task management application.
He likes a physical print-out of his daily task list and his latest post illustrates the rather impressive workflow how to get there: TaskPaper → Markdown → HTML → PostScript → PDF. All triggered by a Keyboard Maestro marco.
After 24 hours of playing around with the new Apple Music I have some first thoughts to share and can already commit to move my entire family and me off my current streaming service and on to Apple Music.