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Using Emacs org-mode for GTD

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Using Emacs org-mode for GTD

For programmers/content writers/geeks who use Emacs everyday for their editing and emails, have you ever thinking of merging your Getting Things Done system into your every-can-be-done Emacs?

Look no further – Charles Cave has written a manual for implementing GTD in Emacs using Emacs org-mode. Orginially, org-mode is for keeping notes, lists, and managing projects in a simple text system, but with some creativity, it can be used for GTD.

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    Using Emacs org-mode for GTD – [Charles Cave via 43Folders]

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