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I am a CommunityWiki visitor and am working to fit into the community. I appreciate what Alex has done with OddMuse to make setting up and running a wiki more accessible to normal folks. I’m enjoying perusing the brainstorming and looking forward to helping implement some of the ideas. My passion is currently focused on making wiki easier for my mom to grok and to use.
It’s so good to see you back here again!
I was planning to be more active here again … then my DSL went down and I’ve been without for two weeks. Now I’m back online and hope to play here more
Speaking of Todo lists, have you heard of the 43 folders wiki http://wiki.43folders.com/ ? Many of the people there use the term “next action” (rather than TodoNext).
I wish someone had told me about that wiki a long time ago.
Oh, 43 folders, I don’t hang out in the wiki much, but as any self-respecting GettingThingsDone? -cultist, I read the blog.
(Oh and yeah, I have a Todolist / next action list on a wiki on my office computer)
(I realize we are merging off-topic here :P)
I’m having a good ol’ time perusing 43 Folders. Thanks for the recommend David.
You are welcome.
I like the project map at http://cotor.org/map/ . Perhaps I should make one for my projects, even though my projects seem less coordinated.
Is this a good place to comment on that map?
How could I help you on these 2 projects?:
Other people have already partially developed a few of the ideas on that map:
(I suspect my comment should really go over on http://cyberneticroadmap.org/ – feel free to move this note there.)