OK...so I've got a great GTD system up and running to the point of (at least) capturing next actions for tasks that "live" in my life for longer than a day. If something resolves itself within the day, I usually don't enter it into my system.
But here is the question: How do I manage lists? Specifically, I'm using Outlook with the GTD plugin. Say I have a list of books to read. Do I create an action called "Someday:Books" and add outlook tasks for each one? Then the "list" is really a list of tasks in Outlook, right? So then I might have another action called "Someday: Websites to check out" for a similar purpose? Or it might just be called "Websites to check out." Am barking up the right tree?
So...say I'm out and about and need to add something to my "Books" list. I could either email myself (via my Blackberry), and get it into the system that way. Or I could simply add a task directly (on my Blackberry) with the right category. That seems to work, but does it make sense in terms of GTD?
My initial thought was to use Outlook memos for lists, but that doesn't seem to work as well, especially since I'm primarily using my Inbox as, well, my Inbox.
Input is greatly appreciated! Thanks