where and for whom
I am still struggling with context lists. It appears that they present a subset of my next actions that are appropriate for the physical context I find myself in. The context list answers the question 'where' I will act.
Trouble is, I spend my days with a computer and a phone. Further, I can work 'in the office' or from home. This means that most of my next actions for work will fall into an @computer or @phone list.
Of course, so do an awful lot of other things -- a lot of home, recreational, learning, and exploring 'next actions' require a phone or a computer. This means that the next action list that guides my 'work days' is interleaved with lots of non-work stuff. I don't want to have to sift through a bunch of non-work items to find a 'work' item. That is, the context lists only tell me a physical context -- they do not tell me 'for whom' the next action is being taken.
How do you handle this?