David and Katie are joined by special guest David Allen, author of Getting Things Done, to talk talk about the GTD method and how GTD works in the digital age.
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This episode was recorded 16 May 2013 live and in person at Omni’s lovely offices overlooking Lake Union in Seattle.
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Nat Irons has worked at Apple Developer Relations, as a WebObjects consultant, and as IT director at The Stranger. He’s now QA Manager at Black Pixel. He once delivered pizza to The Far Side author Gary Larson.
This episode is sponsored by Igloo. Igloo is an intranet you’ll actually like, with shared calendars, microblogs, file-sharing, social networking, and more. It’s free for up 10 users — give it a try for your company or your team today.
This episode is also sponsored by Microsoft Azure Mobile Services. Mobile Services is a great way to provide backend services — syncing and other things — for your iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps. It’s high level — you can get more done with less work.
Things we mention, in-order-of-appearance-ish:
Sit & Spin
James Fenimore Cooper
Daniel Day Lewis
Last of the Mohicans movie
Berkeley Macintosh User Group (BMUG)
First Class BBS
Bleeding in six colors
Mac OS 9
Apple in middle of menubar
Latent Semantic Mapping (LSM)
Homer Simpson in The Land of Chocoloate
Microsoft invests in Apple and pledges to keep developing Office for Mac
Eastern Washington secession
The Far Side
San Francisco Academy of Sciences
Life in Hell
Evergreen State College
University Village Apple Store
Black Pixel job listings
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