Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Productivity wiki

Today I decided to set up a personal wiki where I could keep a running list of projects, for both the sublime and the mundane. That is, it's a place where I envision keeping reading notes as well as to-do lists. One of the principles of Getting Things Done is to "have as few collection buckets as you can get by with." So I'm thinking a wiki makes a good collection bucket.

And it may be that others have already discovered this possibility. But it just came to me, in a flash of inspiration, today.

4 comments:

jeff said...

Let's see it!

Donna said...

It's my *personal* wiki! Private! Full of secrets!

Actually, there's not a lot there yet. And I really am contemplating keeping the URL to myself. But maybe I'll post some tantalizing PDFs from it in the days to come.

Donna said...

I should add that I'm not thinking of keeping the URL to myself because I want to keep my research or other professional things private. Rather, it's the wanting to keep the mundane things like my to-do list (remember: clean bathroom!) to myself. On the other hand, maybe I'll change my mind and decide to provide a deep description of *all* my work.

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