How do you handle next actions that can have multiple contexts?
Specifically, the @online/@offline context. I frequently travel (with my laptop) and sometimes I have a net connection and sometimes I don't. Let me toss @airplane in just for fun.
Every computer related action *can* be done online. For others, I don't really have to be online. It would be nice to pull up a list of what I could be working on when I'm sitting at my laptop and don't have a connection. Yet, I don't want these actions to be dormant (between weekly reviews) on an @offline list if I always have a net connection.
I can't be unique in this. What do others do? Add actions to both lists? So that if I'm scanning my inbox and decide I need a computer to do that, put it on online and then ask if I *can* do it offline and if so add it to that list too?
What happens on an airplane when I have my @offline list and we're about 10,000 feet and I go to open my laptop but the idiot in front of me decides to recline in my lap. About all I can do here is paper-based stuff. Is this on an @Anywhere list - so every action in my inbox has to go here too?
I get the fundamental concept and usefulness of context lists (why look at the dozens of things I need a net connection for when I don't have one), yet putting it into practice is eluding me.
The reason I'm posting here on the Gear list instead of the General list is because I use Things and it makes it impossible to look at multiple contexts at once.