http://simplenoteapp.com/downloads/ but you could take a look.
Absolutely. What makes GTD is the habit and style that builds up over years. If I were in your situation, I'd go to my desk and pull out 50 5x3 index cards and a clip, and make a hipster pda again. It was my GTD implementation for 4 years, and served me well.Likely I will go for GTD basics and focus on methodology rather than high tech tweaking.
It's not that bad. It's fast, and works really well. The only danger is in losing it! So I used to have a scheduled task to photocopy my hipster every few weeks.I imagine that going paper, will lead to dropping Outlook as a list manager as lists would be paper based. I am struggling a bit with visualizing e.g. my endless list of Someday/Maybe items as well as individual paper sheets on some 30-50 projects.
I'd just use google calendar for this. I don't think paper diaries and calendars cut it any more.As for my calendars, this will of course require quite a bit of synchronization between Outlook and paper calendar.
Happy to go into more detail on creating and using a hipster pda if you like.Any feedback is highly appreciated - either on remaining digital in this setup or on how to go analog...