"Getting Things Done", the new workplace religion that tries to atone for the fact that all this technology hasn't made us one whit more productive.
My Personal Approach:
- Zero Sum Game - using search folders in Outlook and Mail.app for e-mail Judo
- Kinky GTD - using custom views in Outlook
- Custom Folders - hacking project-specific dashboards for Outlook
- 43 Folders Wiki - you need not look any further.
- The Noguchi Filing System (also known as ls -artl --time=atime in UNIXland)
- Emory's GTD Whitepaper - which I've shamefully neglected for a while now.
- GTDGmail - brilliant if you use Gmail, useless if you don't.
- Monkey GTD - TiddlyWiki based - the new hotness.
- GTDTiddlyWiki - all your tasks are belong to you.
- d3 - another TiddlyWiki-based "kinkless" GTD application.
- Tracks - multi-user server-based solution, extremely slick, written in Ruby on Rails.
- Fast Track - for more conventional Project Management, written in Python and TurboGears.
Re-Using Existing Desktop Applications:
- My own setup - using Outlook views, Citrix for universal access, and whatever PDA happens to be on my belt.
- The Kinkless GTD System, using OmniOutliner.
- Using Mail.app and AppleScript for GTD