Office 2.0 GTD Panel

Date: Monday, August 11, 2008 by GTD Times Staff

Hi, everyone.  As you may know, David Allen will be delivering the keynote (along with Conference Director Ismael Ghalimi) at the upcoming Office 2.0 Conference which is taking place at the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco from September 3rd through the 5th.

In addition to David’s appearance, I will be moderating a panel discussion on how Office 2.0 tools can support David Allen‘s Getting Things Done methodology.  So far we have Kevin Merritt (blist), Tim Norton (PlanHQ), and others to be confirmed.

If your company has developed a GTD-Oriented application that has a growing and passionate userbase  and you’d like to be considered to participate on this panel, please write to me at editor at GTDtimes dot com.  While the final decision about the panel participants will rest with Ismael Ghalimi, I expect that my input will be seriously considered.  There is a key caveat here and it is this:  The application must operate within the constraints of what is considered to be a Web 2.0 application.  In practical terms this means that the code and the data both reside in the cloud and thus the application can be accessed from any connected computer.

To further clarify this, if your software comes with a .dmg or .exe extension and requires a download it does not qualify for this panel.  Please understand that this is not a criticism of installable applications, it is simply that the focus of this event is on applications that operate within the Web 2.0 framwork, hence the name Office 2.0.

For those of you that are passionate users of applications that do fall into the definition of a Web 2.0 GTD application, please let me know about the application and why you like it in the comments.  If anyone feels like submitting a review of such an appliction for publication here, please send your review along with  your contact information and a brief bio to me at editor at GTDtimes dot com.

See you all at Office 2.0

One Response to “Office 2.0 GTD Panel”

  1. Chris says:

    Google Docs is a good option for using web apps for GTD. See here:

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