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July 12, 2005 12:04 PM   Subscribe

Next Action. A nifty Getting Things Done tool (done in Javascript but for local use).
posted by srboisvert (11 comments total)

 
Nice. Maybe I'll get around to it later.
posted by jsavimbi at 12:23 PM on July 12, 2005


*adds to someday/maybe list*
posted by monju_bosatsu at 12:28 PM on July 12, 2005


I prefer the insanely simple Tadalists. Of course, what do I know about productivity...I spend an absurd amount of my day reading Metafilter.
posted by mcstayinskool at 1:01 PM on July 12, 2005


This "productivity" you speak of . . . does one need "self-discipline" to experience it?
posted by _sirmissalot_ at 1:36 PM on July 12, 2005


monju wins.
posted by grouse at 1:55 PM on July 12, 2005


Saw this on Lifehacker today. Waaaaaaaay cool in the same way that Tiddlywiki and GTDTiddlyWiki are (discussed earlier here): a single page application that includes a built-in development environment. So, you can customize and tailor Next Action to your exact needs, without needing any other software.

Tadalists requires an internet connection. You can carry this with you LOCALLY.

Don't miss the fact that this was created with TrimJunction, which appears to be (essentially) JavaScript on Rails. (See Ruby on Rails, if you don't get the reference).
posted by spock at 1:58 PM on July 12, 2005


It is also worth noting that this is a very young project (.09 beta) and currently works best with Firefox (but of course you all, being of higher than average intelligence are already using Firefox).
posted by spock at 2:05 PM on July 12, 2005


Hmm. Doesn't seem to work at all in IE.
posted by bz at 3:10 PM on July 12, 2005


So a digital dashboard is a combo of a day planner and post-it notes?
posted by infowar at 5:59 PM on July 12, 2005


this looks like a checklist. except when you check something, it fades out into oblivion with the power of javascript.

thanks, but, I don't see the point.
posted by blacklite at 6:52 PM on July 12, 2005


Spock: but of course you all, being of higher than average intelligence are already using Firefox

bz: Hmm. Doesn't seem to work at all in IE.

Did you guys plan that or what?
posted by realcountrymusic at 9:52 PM on July 12, 2005


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