Processing your personal stuff on your work computer...
Originally Posted by TomW
- There are work environments where you are not allowed to use your personal flash drives.
- Processing your personal stuff on your work computer may violate your company's Security Policy.
- Processing your personal stuff on your work computer may be treated as an additional taxable non-cash fringe benefit.
- Processing your personal stuff on your work computer leaves traces.
separate work and home, both using simple text editors
[QUOTE=ellobogrande;105383] The best GTD system is the simplest one. QUOTE]
For a few years I used a single system on my work computer using Outlook Tasks.
Currently, I have separated my work system from my home system. Both systems use simple editors (I am using Word, but any editor will do). I really like it -- editors are easy to search, easy to cut and paste, easy to enter and edit, easy to sort and prioritize. Currently, my work system has three projects: my goals for this quarter. My non-work system has all the other stuff. At work, because there are so few projects, I have a single file with both projects and tasks. At home, I have separate files for projects, for tasks, and for completions (once it is done, I don't want it taking up space in my current files anymore -- but I don't want to just delete it eitiher)
I thoroughly agree -- simple is good!