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The Getting Organized Experiment of 2009 / Re: Cyborganize now has video
« on: September 20, 2011, 08:08 AM »
Cool post 40hz. I will look into contacting him... first I better give his program the college try. He's one of the pioneers I look up to, along with David Allen, the SuperMemo founder, and a few others.

Info annealing is a good way of putting it. Maybe I'll dive deeper into his philosophy and products to do some compare/constrast for the MaxThink fans. Perhaps I can interview him on what he was trying to accomplish with info annealing and knowledge/wisdom creation, and the strategies he employed.

The Getting Organized Experiment of 2009 / Re: Cyborganize now has video
« on: September 20, 2011, 03:32 AM »
Thanks for the mention Paul. I've both read the GTD book and implemented the workflow. Cyborganize has a different workflow than GTD because it was not designed with the limitations of paper in mind. I do adapt some of the GTD terminology to reflect the new workflow which may have generated confusion, if I didn't clarify where I meant Cyborganize GTD vs. traditional GTD. The linked program is interesting but I think BrainStormWFO provides a much more fluid experience. If I used that tool I would probably design a different workflow. To replicate BrainStormWFO's functionality one would need double if not triple digit numbers of text files and the overall sorting process would still not be very fast or permit easy manipulation within text files. My second best choice after BrainStormWFO would probably be MaxThink, although I haven't tested it against other options.

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