Re: [NTLK] Halfway towards a 'Getting Things Done' solution?

From: Morgan Aldridge <>
Date: Fri Apr 21 2006 - 10:01:24 EDT

Adam Tow's NewtToDo is my primary application my on my 2100 as well.
All I really need are multiple to-do lists and notes related to each
one (and occasionally sub-projects). I've been implementing GTD this
way for over a year (although I do go through periods where I totally
flounder and ignore my to-do lists).

I, like Steven, don't want to clutter up my Newton especially Names.
MoreInfo is something I've looked at before, but I've never been that
interested in it. However, I did play with HyperNewt at one point and
I should dig it out again to help solve my project issues.

One thing to note is that it's very easy to "go back" when using
HyperNewt. I have to admit, the majority of the third-party software
on my Newton is from Adam, with Eckhart a close second (although
Eckhart's does its work more transparently).

I'll see what I can do with attacking this from a different angle.


Morgan Aldridge

On Apr 21, 2006, at 4:05 AM, Jon Glass wrote:
> On 4/20/06, Steven Frank <> wrote:
>> MI really wants to emphasize meetings and people, and that just
>> doesn't jibe with the sorts of things I need to keep track of.  If I
>> was in sales, this app would be like a dream come true.  Like I said,
>> I'm heartbroken, because I love the linking and would still love to
>> use it if I can figure out a tricky way of setting it up that works
>> better for me, and maybe hide about half the options.  :)
> Steve-
> You may want, therefore, to look into Adam Tow's HyperNewt. I believe
> it will do links also, and it works within notes, or replacing notes,
> rather, but keeping its abilities.... At least, I think so. It's been
> a while since I used it, but I suspect it may do just what you are
> wanting.
> <>
> --
>  -Jon Glass
> Krakow, Poland
> <>
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