I know some touched upon it in a thread about @anywhere recently, but I'm uncertain as to what to do. In that thread I posted that I put braintorming items in my @office list. However, I have quite a few NAs that involve brainstorming or planning. I feel I could get more done, if I create a context that groups together these types of NAs, which I not only do in quiet locations but also when I'm in a certain mindset. Granted this could go under an @anywhere context, which I'm currently not using.
Would it make sense to create a context that groups these types of NAs? Would something like this add too much complexity?
I'll list my current context:
@pc (any non-programming pc NAs)
@program (special programming)
I'm slowly starting to really enjoy my productivity, but I feel it needs more tweaking.