For the last few years, twice a year I pledge to my family (and myself) not to open once my e-mails for at least two
For many, productivity is a synonym of work productivity. This year’s pandemic had many reassessed this very narrow definition. In fact, at this year major
Over two years ago, I made a proposal for a 20 000-foot Kanban-like visualization concept for Cultured Code Things 3 task manager. This was in
GTD methodology call of frequent review of projects and associated task lists. In fact, the whole system crumbles if this critical operation is not performed
This is the second (and last) installment in dealing with e-mails. It assumes that you have read the first one, basic ethos. If you have
First, Kansan-View scripts and css are now available on GitHub. Second, many thanks to Alexander Willner from Berlin, Germany for making the script fully compatible with
The following will allow a visual project-level overview of what is on your plate. It is comprised of 3 files: a python script, a CSS file and a PDF README file (a copy of this post). It can be executed from the terminal or as a system service using the macOS Automator app (thus never needing to open a terminal and can be associated to a keyboard short cut).
Almost there! Quite surprisingly, I hadn’t written html code since I completed my PhD in 1996. From 1993 to 1996, I created and maintained our
In a previous blog post entitled Adding an efficient, higher-level project view layer to Things 3: a proposal , I put forth that while Things 3 is
In the following, I would like to make an argument for a Kaban-Style view screen for projects that could become a 7th viewing mode (there is already 6 by default) in Things 3.
Ever since moving all of my projects an tasks planning digital, I have used a dedicated task manager. I started with Cultured Code Things over
Things Blog is announcing a give away for the latest version of Things for iPhone and iPad and a good amount off the Mac version. Been
The team at Cultured Code has announced on their blog that they have reached 1 million copies of Things sold. In the same blog post,
So far, posts in this digital office series this blog have tackled the hardware selection and components, OSX and iOS software, and finally the inputs
In the included figure, you can switch Things for your favorite task manager. However, at this time on the Mac I do not think you