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Sep 2 2008

GTD Panel at the Upcoming Office 2.0 Conference

Office 2.0
The Office 2.0 Conference starts tomorrow from the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco. Really wish I could make this one but living in the UK it makes the journey a bit too far and expensive right now although the content looks great.

I was very happy to read on the MindJet Blog that the sessions are going to get recorded and then turned into webinars by Veodia.

The conference has some great speakers including Robert Scoble and the keynote speaker, a certain Mr David Allen.

The opening keynote will be great as well as the GTD Panel which David Allen is chairing.

I will be on the eager look out for the webinars and let you all know as soon as they are published.

Have a great day.

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  1. John B. Kendrick said on September 3rd, 2008 at 11:34 am

    I couldn’t help but notice your Nozbe add. Good to see another Nozbe user. I worked with a printable system before finding Nozbe earlier this year. I picked Nozbe from as my electronic GTD because it allows me to view my entire GTD at work on my Win machine, at home on my Macs and even on my cell phone. And another app, Jott, lets me call in tasks to my GTD without any writing or typing, great for those thoughts that hit me while driving. I’ve written about my experiences with GTD in a blog post at John

  2. Andrew Mason said on September 3rd, 2008 at 12:31 pm


    Thanks for the comment and link. Just subscribed to your blog.


  3. Oliver Starr said on September 4th, 2008 at 6:46 am

    Andrew, hi. Thanks for spotlighting the GTD related events taking place during the upcoming Office 2.0 Conference. All GTD’ers should be excited about this chance to see David speak about the practice he has developed.

    I did want to make one small correction so that people are not confused or disappointed when they tune in to the GTD Applications Panel Discussion that is taking place tomorrow afternoon at 1:30PM.

    While David will be participating on this panel; I’ve actually been the individual tasked with providing the moderation for the discussion. It is our hope that this gives David the freedom to actively participate in the discussion on a level platform with the individuals who are presenting their applications.

    Hopefully people will still be just as excited about this panel and will either attend if they’re at the conference or tune in using the online resources, if they’re – like you – are at some removed location.

    See you all tomorrow.

    Oliver Starr, Executive Editor

  4. Andrew Mason said on September 4th, 2008 at 7:06 am

    @Oliver Starr,

    Hi Oliver and thanks for the comment and clarification. Good luck with moderating the panel tomorrow and I luck forward to seeing the session.


  5. DanGTD said on September 7th, 2008 at 12:58 pm

    Nice event. I like that it focuses heavily on using collaborative Web technologies to increase productivity, and business agility.

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