While I was going through the twitter round up, I couldn’t help but notice that the semantics used to address other tweeps include the @ symbol. That got me thinking about how the @ symbol shows up not only on some web services, but also email, blog comments, and even in the Getting Things Done methodology. I also recalled someone saying that the German name translated to “monkey tail” instead of the widely used “commercial at.” After some research, I discovered where the ubiquitous nature of the @ symbol symbol fits and where it potentially could grow.
Needless to say, the holidays brought me some changes this year on both the personal and professional side. A couple of years ago I implemented the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology to help account for changes in my life and to influence the direction it was going. I recently had the opportunity to start a fresh GTD setup at the office. Here are the steps:
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