After a lot of development time, OmniFocus 2 for Mac is finally out. I’ve been beta testing it for a while, and I have to say that it’s definitely an improvement over OF1, which I’ve been living with—and relying upon—for some time now. While I’ll leave the long reviews to the experts, I have to […]
As part of series of videos on OmniFocus, David Sparks speaks about that most important of things in Getting Things Done: actually doing things. Also worth a watch is Sven Fechner’s A Fresh Take on Contexts.
A new Mac brings new possibilities: a way to completely reconfigure how you use your computer. While desktop changes and software changes and all customizations can, of course, be done at any time, obtaining a brand new computer provides one with the best opportunity for starting fresh. And when I obtained a new Retina MacBook […]
As a user of OmniFocus on my Mac, iPad and iPhone, I’m anticipating OmniFocus 2. If you haven’t tried OmniFocus before, you can use OF 1 on Mac right now for free. After trying a number of different programs, OF became my preferred Get Things Done platform. If you’re interested, I wrote a bit about […]
My article Getting Things Done: Is it Right for the Young Lawyer?, is now live on the American Bar Association’s web site. If you’re into GTD, or are a lawyer, or just want to be more productive, check it out. The last little bit of the article was cut—in it, I mentioned the essential app OmniFocus, […]