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Andy Garcia

One of the things.....no, about the only thing, that I've been able to efficiently use Evernote for is to organize my tasks inside a platform that I could access anywhere I want, at anytime. This effort took a MAJOR leap forward when I recently discovered (The Secret Weapon: http://www.thesecretweapon.org/media/Manifesto/The-Secret-Weapon-Manifesto.pdf

This methodology of using Evernote, together with the Getting Things Done system from David Allen, has simply transformed my way of working and has increased my productivity at least ten-fold.

From what I see of Springpad, it may very well allow me to use it for task tracking as well, although I'm a bit bothered by its focus around social networking. Even though I won't use it for that, it may well keep me from using it as a serious tool for tasks. Despite it's clunky interface (and yes, it is terrible) Evernote still invokes a more "serious" feel for this use.

Still, Springpad looks to be a great tool. I'll definitely be trying it out. Thanks for the heads up on this one Brooks.

Alex Nicco

Thanks for sharing

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