I feel your pain. My Palm III was the best, most trusted device I ever had. I loved graffiti, I could enter free form data directly into my system almost as fast as writing it on paper. I'm into Evernote on Android now, for the 3rd time and it's mostly working this time. Evernote can be much more complex, but, it doesn't need to be. I finally realized that this time around. It's not perfect, I especially find that it requires a lot of clicks to get to the view of my lists sometimes. I does have seamless ubiquitous access that Palm never did. I have the client on both my work and home PCs, there is always the web interface, and of course, my Android. I've installed the "Clip to Evernote" plugin in my browsers, which is incredibly powerful and saves a lot of cutting, pasting and reformatting when capturing information from the web. I still carry a small note pad around the office for data capture, then process the notes when I return to my desk.
Originally Posted by TomasGardstrom
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My system is very close, although my GTD contexts are simpler. I just have a GTD, Reference and In Box notebooks, using tags for my contexts. All my action lists are in the GTD notebook, but I can still tag support material in the Reference notebook with GTD contexts.