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I've been using Entourage for work email, calendar, and tasks, with OmniOutliner as my project planner. It's a new thing, eased by the release of Sync Services for Entourage. A couple of folks at work have asked about/mentioned KGTD. Just wondering how it works. I am not a GTD subscriber, mostly as I have not read up too much on it.
I'm glad you asked, because I have absolutely no idea what it even is. For the less enlightened like myself, here is their website.

This is an overview film (37MB)

Looks pretty cool.
I live by this thing. To use it, one really should have at least some understanding of the Getting Things Done system. Essentially, its a set of applescripts that harness the power of OO pro and creates a GTD document infrastructure.
I'm a huge kinkless fan. The recently released .8x is fantastic.

OmniOutlinerPro is such an effortless tool for making and organizing projects, and kinkless takes that to a level I'd never really imagined before, creating the action lists and syncing with ical.

not to be missed is the new quicksilver inbox trigger (which I've read can be modified to accommodate Butler or Launchbar) for easily adding new items to the fold.

Watch the video. When I first saw the earlier version I got really excited. However, I didn't have a previous system or organizing things I needed to get done.
I just got the GTD book this past weekend after watching the kGTD video and thinking this could finally be the system that works for me. I installed the OOpro beta, the kGTD scripts and Quicksilver last night but haven't yet had a chance to work with them.

We'll see how it goes once I get farther along in the book and start working with the software. I'm actually kinda excited and looking forward to it!
I'm in the same boat - I've bought the GTD book but haven't had a chance to read it yet. I'm hoping to go along to one of the seminars that David Allen does too. But without the background, I don't think I'll get much out of the software.

It does look pretty neat though!

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