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10-17-2005, 10:34 AM
I was just wondering if someone has a good list of the various productiviy blogs and websites out there (assuming of course that the term "productivity blog" isn't an oxymoron ;-) ).
I look at lifehack.org, lifehacker.com, and 43folders.com. What else is out there?
10-17-2005, 11:53 AM
We've aggregated a number of productivity and GTD related blogs, articles and tools in the GTD Zone (http://www.officezealot.com/gtd) at the OfficeZealot.com site.
10-17-2005, 12:04 PM
10-17-2005, 06:54 PM
Here are a few of the sites I have bookmarked:
Have to start with David Allen at http://www.davidco.com/blogs/david/
and Jason Womack at http://www.davidco.com/blogs/jason/
and Kelly Forrister at http://www.davidco.com/blogs/kelly/
Others of interest:
http://michaelhyatt.blogs.com/ - "Working Smart" (already linked from Office Zealot, but I had to mention it because it's one of my favorites)
http://www.diyplanner.com/ - "D*I*Y Planner"
http://hwebbjr.typepad.com/ - "Open Loops"
http://www.ericmackonline.com/ - "Eric Mack Online"
http://www.punkey.com/gtd/ - "What's the next action - A Weblog about Getting Things Done"
http://ideamatt.blogspot.com/ - "Matt's Idea Blog"
http://law4pda.org/ - "LAW FOR PDA.ORG - Getting Things Done"
10-18-2005, 10:13 AM
It seems appropriate to mention on this thread that the site
is starting to lose value for me, and I may drop it entirely. It started off as an aggregator for a handful of GTD Blogs, but the site has added too many people, with too much material too far from GTD. I still enjoy David Allen's blog, Michael Hyatt's, and some others, but for some of these guys, it's a waste of time to even look at the header.
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