I get so bound up in the tools sometimes that I have to work to break free.
GTD talks a lot about keeping a Projects list, and I have one in Outlook and on my Palm. I love my gadgets, but I'm a real paper freak, too, and sometimes I need that tactile medium to really engage with something (software often makes me feel like I'm looking at my data through a keyhole).
So I started thinking that maybe my project list doesn't belong in the software, but on a piece of paper, or pieces of paper. So that's my question:
How many of you use a project list versus project pages?
I'm tempted to transfer my project list to project forms on big notecards with the DIY Planner templates. Then when it's time to review projects I can just flip through the cards, note next actions as they come to me, and transfer next actions to my active lists as appropriate. The project card can carry the intended result, purpose, etc. It seems like with just the list I keep having to reestablish the intended result, next actions, etc.
I just thought I'd ask before I start transferring everything and then realize it was a bad plan. :P