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    (initial apologies if this makes no sense, i'll write it in Getting Things Done speak, then try and translate)

    i'm thinking of more fully utilising my Treo 650 in GTD. currently i use a tiddlywiki (d cubed) and have found it to be VERY helpful. this i have sadly not been able to effectively run on the palm (or even on the new iphone.) despite various trials inc Offline Viewer.

    i use my Treo as primary bucket and process to the wiki, then export manually back to the Treo the various contexts and lists as required. all in all a degree labour intensive but the action of which does allow some form of review.

    i'm in the uk so don't have an unlimited data packet and i don't fancy invest ing in any big/expensive system. in particular i'm not keen to go down the Outlook route.

    so the questions are;

    is there an application that would allow me to develop projects, contexts and action lists in the same way my wiki does making new projects/actions with ?tag like searching and list generation?

    1. if not, is it possible to cobble this together in Palm software with some tweaking
    2. alternatively is there any further thought that it would be possible to run a wiki ON a palm treo.
    3. how do you Get Things Done?


    for the non GTD devotees a rough translation is that i'm looking for either an application or a cobbled together palm software plus apps that will allow

    1. development of projects with listed actions
    2. cross referenced and simultaneous generation of action lists
    3. all of this live (and preferably) able to be synchronised with a pc.

    is that too much to ask?
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    Have you looked at Bonsai by Natara?

    http://natara.com/Bonsai/index.cfm
    Last edited by JHETZEL; 08/29/2008 at 04:54 PM.
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    David Allen's website (Google it for the right url cause I forgot) has a white paper on how he set up his GTD system on a plain vanilla Palm. I used it for a while and it worked.

    There's a good Yahoo user group for GTD for Palm. I got some really good ideas there.
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    Two suggestions:

    1. List Pro has a gtd template

    2. Rememberthemilk.com doesn't have a Palm app, but it has a very good mobile interface which works great in the Blazer web browser.

    I'm buying the gtd audiobook this weekend via an Audible.com download.
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    Have you spent any time in the Palm GTD Yahoo Group?
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    thanks for the tips guts. interestingly i found a whole lotta love for Ecco Pro

    http://www.davidco.com/forum/archive...hp/t-3527.html

    http://www.jkontherun.com/2004/11/memory_lane_ecc.html

    i'm investigating it at present although it still seems a bit beyond me at present.

    the HUGE disappointment is that there are various things out there (as noted above) that are designed specifically for the task but HUGELY expensive- $10 a month and stuff!! just not going to happen.

    any other thoughts greatefully received.
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    Here is a post about using Natara Bonsai with GTD template:

    http://palmorganized.com/gtd-bonsai/
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    Another vote/suggestion for Natara Bonsai. I haven't used the templace from Palm Organized, but the "iPod" like feature of Bonsai that lets you zoom into parts of your list (like contexts) is terrific. There used to be a video on the Palm Organized website of this feature, but I can't find it. Still, its great.
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    I also do GTD with Bonsai. Bonsai is not a GTD application, but a very versatile outliner which can be configured in many ways. I followed the outline in this post:

    http://www.natarasoftware.com/forums...showtopic=4617

    I then modified it over time to be more efficient for me. It's a good general approach.

    I especially like using the "parent of next action" feature to make context views clean and free of things I can not do yet.

    Dave
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    Basecamp has java app for mobile access. You can do time tracking, project management, etc...

    http://www.phonified.com/Tracker.html
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    Note Studio

    http://www.dogmelon.com.au/ns/index.shtml

    They have several GTD templates on there, and a lot of GTD fans in the forums. I never could stick with GTD, but I use Note Studio a lot regardless.

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