I suppose that this concept is very helpful to some people, but frankly, I am fairly mobile and there are very few things I need to be in a particular context to do.
So, of course, I worry that I am misunderstanding and missing out on an important GTD concept!
@Calls? I can make those anywhere. I don't need to designate things as calls.
@Computer? Between my iphone, Powerbook and desktop it is rare that I can't do something on my computer.
@internet makes some sense, because I don't always have access to my network.
And there are projects where I need my file to do a task, so I tried using @file. (The file can be anywhere of course, my office, my dining room table, a courthouse cafeteria. . .)
I've used contexts for people, i.e. @Bob, to keep track of projects I am working on with Bob.
But, having tried those couple of contexts, plus @errands, I really didn't feel that I was getting a decent return for the effort of keeping that other data point in my system.
Am I missing something, or just making appropriate adaptions for my own situation?