WWDC 2016; 1 Miss and 3 Hits WWDC 2016 was more interesting this year than it has been for a while. I actually found it fun to watch and was quite engaged. I felt Apple had 3 hits and only 1 miss in i
2do: A Program that can be Anything including GTD 2do has always been one of those programs that touted its capabilities in terms of a wealth of power that could lend itself to any mode of operation.
After it was revealed that iPhone sales dropped for the first time since the iconic product’s launch in 2007, some experts have gone as far as calling for Apple CEO Tim Cook to step down. Mighty sav
OmniFocus may have been voted the best app in 2015, but can it remain the champion? Last week, I wrote an article called Things vs. Todoist, or Why I Abandoned an Old Favorite App of Mine. In it I dis
After a brief hiatus, Daily Mac View contributor Alain Latour returns to discuss why he switched sides in the war between productivity apps. triestolandapunchagainstRudolfKraj,_2000.jpg) Red (Todoist]
GTD, as a model, provides a logical foundation upon which to follow a solid methodology and further, to build applications that take advantage of that methodology to “Get Things Done” as espoused