Long live Mind Traffic Control! No New Year’s Resolutions or even questions this year. But as an honorary Brazilian, my new year doesn’t really start until after carnival, so now would be the time for it. However here’s a quick update. The answer to the old MTC question is now resolved for me. It’s time […]
If you haven’t looked at Mind Traffic Control recently (and I know YOU haven’t, because I see the logs), then you may be surprised. Just saying … 🙂
Wow! Dan Bricklin has still got it. This is a really nice twist on the mobile notepad / todo list app. The UI looks brilliantly well thought through.
Nowdothis is awesome! (hat-tip @adrianh) Of course, if it becomes massively successful and famous I’ll be … kind of … you know … But I really do wish it well.
What do readers of this blog think of Chandler?
Hmmm are Gmail Tasks going to kill Mind Traffic Control? (Via Stowe Boyd)
Bill Seitz : One Product Management rule Of The Day, that I try to impose, against resistance from most people, is Tasks that aren’t crucial don’t become more important with age. (Of course, if you have a paying client, “crucial” may be filtered via the Golden Rule.) Every task that takes more than 30min (even […]
Dare Obasanjo on Windows Live Calendar
Prioritizing by Anxiety. I see what he’s getting at although I’m not entirely convinced. Obviously No Free Lunch tells us that no “prioritize-by-X” strategy could be appropriate to all circumstances. (Including the FIFO algorithm of Mind Traffic Control). Because of this, the less time wasted imagining you can specify priorities in advance, the better. Because […]
Phillip J. Eby calls Todo Lists “FAIL”. Background explanation.