EGC Clambake For July 30, 2006

Posted on July 31, 2006
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Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for July 30, 2006.

I wish my niece a happy birthday; I play a song by Ozma; I talk about getting myself organized with the GTD system and a Hipster PDA (PAA, really); I play a song from an Amy Ray solo album; really, that’s it, not much on the agenda today.

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5 Responses to “EGC Clambake For July 30, 2006”

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  1. Andrew Herron on July 31st, 2006 10:07 am

    I just downloaded via the torrent and it doesn’t have any ID3 tags, I was getting pissed off at iTunes for not adding it to my smart playlist 🙂

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  3. Darin Buck on August 5th, 2006 8:36 am

    Ozma sounds like they’re channeling Weezer, one of my faves. Good find.

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  5. dave on August 6th, 2006 8:06 pm

    That’s on me, AH. I screwed that pooch pretty bad.

    DB, I didn’t notice that explicitly as such at the time, but you are exactly right.

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  7. john on August 14th, 2006 2:55 pm

    This is a long one.

    I could relate to your bit about being overwhelmed. I’m a workaholic — not in a good way, either, but in the “alcoholic” way. Anyway, a few years ago, a nice artist told me to try doing one thing a night instead of two or three. This got extrapolated into doing less stuff each day; that worked pretty well. That led to wanting to get less done overall, and, sometimes, doing it slower and better. (That turned into doing a little more, because little side-issues got completed along with the big task.)

    I also use the hipster PDA, but punch holes in the cards, and put the pile together with a ring. My “to do” list ia free floating card. Stuff gets crossed off. The list is short because the card is small.

    I use mozilla sunbird to run my calendar.

    I’m trying the 31 folder tickle file to schedule day tasks.

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  9. Occasional Comment » Getting Things Done on August 29th, 2006 4:42 pm

    […] I’m listening to Dave Slusher’s Evil Genius Chronicles for July 30, 2006. He’s talking about Getting Things Done today. He is giving the hipster PDA a chance to organize his GTD implementation (check out pocketmod for some cool blank form magic). I resonate with many of his comments about GTD. I have to get a copy of the book and read it. I have looked at the tools and I agree that you should start with the simplest thing that could possibly work (with a tip of the hat to the XP folks). […]