Anybody seen this?

GTD Excel forms

Found this from a link from a link from David Seah's blog... surprisingly familiar... (and yet, some refreshingly new items, too) Of course, what makes it all stand out and unique is that these are all in Excel!

-Jon

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Stand by while I convert them to AppleWorks...

or OpenOffice.

Anything but Microsoft

>:D

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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Hey!

Excel is cool! Microsoft <> evil!

(Access IS evil, though. LOL!)

if you hate access...

check out zoho... the database application they offer is sooooo smooooth and nice :D

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Web-based?

Is Zoho a web-based suite hosted online somewhere? If so then I've found the right Zoho, and it looks interesting.

looks just like

what google offers as well??

more (& better imo)

It is web based... CLICK I churned out this database in minutes... very few minutes.

I like this much better than google. I can invite other users to see my pages and creations. I love it. There is a way of imbedding your data collectors into your website ... so you can collect info from your visitors into one central location without added work.

Currently I am using zoho planner to assist with a freelance art job... I'm designing a band's logo and cd cover. This allows us to upload and comunicate back in forth from any computer :D

( ZOHO.com << its free! )

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Looks a lot like some of the

Looks a lot like some of the DIY planner forms.

yeah...

isnt the priority matrix a diyplanner thing?

did he copy? :(

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Just a reminder

that these forms _are_ under a Creative Commons license. I would suppose that, so long as she isn't selling them for profit, or claiming further copyright, she's ok. She's also in China, from what I could tell--oh, and she _did_ ask David Seah if she could recreate his ETP in Excel form. I wouldn't worry about the copying--after all, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. ;-)

But the heritage of these forms is very obvious to us here. :-)

-Jon

Seems like a step back

Most of the template postings are in a portable or non-proprietaty format. And then there's this one ;)
Personally, I never used Excel for more than balancing a checkbook, and the AppleWorks spreadsheet is sufficient for that.
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

I've been an Excel

fan since version 1.1, back before it was ever a Windows app. (or at least a useful one!) In fact, I moved from MultiPlan (ever heard of that?--it was Microsoft's _DOS_ spreadsheet program!) to Excel, and immediately fell in love! Of course, this was back before Word 6, and the days of Windows dominance, too. I still like Excel--the only Microsoft app I like. That said, I find OOo's spreadsheet pretty cool, to, and it's Unicode, to boot--which the X version of Excel most certainly is not, neither is Apple Works. :-( I gave up Claris when I went to OS X, and have never looked back. I have AW installed, because I still have tons of old Claris Works files I need on the rare occasion, but now I've been moving them to Pages...

...but I still like Excel--sshhh..... that's my dirty secret...

-Jon
(oh, and for what I used to need Excel for--Claris/Apple Works couldn't do)

AppleWorks!

Somebody else uses AppleWorks! At work I have to use MS office but at home it is a nice warm feeling to use AppleWorks.

Nice Find!

Jon - thanks for posting this - what a great find! I absolutely LOVE Excel and it is pretty much the only program I use!

Thanks again - Big SMILES,
nay nay

One might say...

you Excel at it ?
or with it ?
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)