Michael Koehler

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Still working on ReVuDo, but a new version is still to come

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It has been quite a while since I lasted posted a note or released a new version of ReVuDo, my free Windows client application for Nozbe.  Why?  In short, not enough time.

After my last post I had a wedding to go to.  It was a joyful event celebrating the love of two wonderful young people.  It was wonderful to celebrate their wedding and I wish them love and happiness together.

The wedding was a destination wedding for me (although not the happy couple who live in this magical place), and the prep and aftermath was typical of stepping away for awhile from the usual daily grind.  A lot of closing open loops and passing work to others beforehand, followed by a lot of catch up afterward.  In the middle was Hurricane Irene which actually followed me so I could experience it twice. And all of that led into to the most seasonally busy part of my business year.

The beauty of GTD is that it assumes things like this will happen.  The whole idea of emptying your mind into organized lists allows you to concentrate on life happening to you. I am very grateful for my lists.  They allowed me to be fully present at the most beautiful times as well as when I needed to focus on the most important work.  People claim that GTD does not support prioritization.  Clearly this is not true.  It focuses on true prioritization.  This is something I should write more about.

As for ReVuDo, it is moving slowly toward its next version.  I have fixed several bugs, established a local database so that ReVuDo does not have to load all your information every time it starts, and found a Nozbe bug.  My next action is to decide if I will work around the Nozbe bug or wait for a fix.  I will let you know as soon a I can.

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Written by mwkoehler

2011/10/23 at 8:13 pm

Posted in GTD, ReVuDo, Windows

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  1. Sounds great! Looking forward to it.

    hikerpa

    2011/10/23 at 10:51 pm


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