@Brainstorm is not a context. @Anywhere is.
Brainstorming is an action, not a context. If I were you I'd put those actions on your @Anywhere list. Remember what a context is: a critical location or tool required to perform an action. @Brainstorm does not define a tool or a location.
Brainstorm is like Braindead
I consider a context to be a necessary condition not just a tool or location although those often are necessary conditions.
Originally Posted by ellobogrande
So @Brainstorm might be a perfectly good context if you know that when you get in that mode you are flying high and really can think well. Sort of the opposite of the @braindead context a few here have used.
I use contexts as a way to help me get things done. Doesn't matter how I split things up but as long as when I am in that context I can do everything on my lists and they are all actual next actions then making and using contexts ad hoc is a good idea.
I actually like the idea of an @Brainstorm context. Might be one to use when all sorts of ideas are coming fast and furious and connections are being made and things are really rolling. I can see me using that to use the power of the time to get through a lot of brainstorming activities.