Posts Tagged 'GTD'

CubeSensors: Track the Fitness of Your Home

While fitness sensors are cool, there are plenty of other uses for remote sensors. These environmental sensors allow you to keep track of indoor spaces in your home.

cubesensors sensors remote interior app

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Minimal Float Wall Desk: We’ll All Float on Okay

My two desks are quite cluttered. There’s no denying it, but something like this minimal desk might actually encourage you to cut down on the wires and clutter in your home office.

minimal float desk workstation

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Mailbox iPhone App: Take a Number and Get in Line

The Mailbox app has finally launched on iOS, but before you start jubilating about how clean your email box will finally be, you’d better download it and start waiting, because the wait to use will be long. Currently, there are over 800,000 users waiting to start using the app. The app provides a new way to access your Gmail on your iPhone.

mailbox long line

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Belkin FastFit iPad Mini Keyboard Case

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If you’ve been wanting to GTD on your iPad Mini, but lacked a dedicated keyboard, then the Belkin FastFit Keyboard Case might soon ease your woes. The FastFit is supposed to be the lightest and thinnest keyboard case around.

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Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard for iPad Mini: GTD on Teeny Keys

After using an iPad, I had a hard time understanding the need for a smaller tablet, until I played with an iPad Mini at an Apple Store. They are very light and compact compared to a regular-sized iPad. If you’ve been itching to GTD, but were missing a physical keyboard for your iPad Mini, check out this one from Logitech.

logitech ultrathin keyboard ipad mini

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Mailbox: One Mobile Mail App to Rule Them All?

Unlike Mr. Technabob and his hundreds of emails a day, I don’t receive that many messages and use Inbox Zero to manage messages, I can check my email only a couple of times a day and still empty it out completely. I rarely check my email on my smartphone because when I do, it actually means more work. That being said, the new Mailbox app might change that.

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Inbox Pause Keeps Emails Out of Your Inbox

Before I used the Inbox Zero process, I was often interrupted by the vast quantity of emails that anyone in tech receives. That being said, attaining Inbox Zero actually isn’t that easy and if it doesn’t work for you, you should check out Inbox Pause, a handy little browser extension that will push the pause button on your emails.

inbox pause gmail extension chrome

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Go On The Notification Diet, Inbox Zero-Style!

airplane mode.jpgWhile many people leave their smartphones silent these days, since it’s kind of rude to have them constantly ring when you get a new notification, when you’re trying to get work done, it’s hard not to check out what’s happening whenever your phone vibrates or starts flashing. Most of the time, these notifications can be ignored, but it’s next to impossible to do so consistently. Here’s a technique that has worked well for me in the last couple of weeks.

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RealMac Clear for iPhone: Task Management Made Easy, Beautiful

I’m a sucker for lists and GTD software, and RealMac Software’s Clear for iPhone looks pretty sweet. Its stupid-simple way of displaying tasks and manipulating them makes it a good option for people who want to keep track of tasks and get them done in a snap.

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Why Disabling Push Notifications = Disabling Distractions

011712-pusnotes.jpgWhile keeping up to date with push notification on your iOS device can come in handy, it can also result in an extremely disruptive user experience. Sure, there are some instances where push notifications are useful, but since many of us seem to use our iPads for fun instead of work (though increasingly not true), here are a few ways you can leverage push notifications to your benefit, rather than a hindrance…

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