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* [http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000332.html <i>Getting Things Done When You're Only A Grunt</i>] by Joel Spolsky * [http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000332.html <i>Getting Things Done When You're Only A Grunt</i>] by Joel Spolsky
:Joel talks about getting organized when you're an individual programmer and not a manager :Joel talks about getting organized when you're an individual programmer and not a manager
-* [http://www.marktaw.com/blog/CascadingNextActions.html <i>Cascading Next Actions</i> by Mark T.A.W.+* [http://www.marktaw.com/blog/CascadingNextActions.html <i>Cascading Next Actions</i>] by Mark T.A.W.
: Mark shows a method for breaking a huge action down into a series of small actions : Mark shows a method for breaking a huge action down into a series of small actions
* [http://www.marktaw.com/blog/GettingThingsDone.html <i>Getting Things Done!</i>] by Mark T.A.W. * [http://www.marktaw.com/blog/GettingThingsDone.html <i>Getting Things Done!</i>] by Mark T.A.W.
:A detailed overview of how Mark implements and lives GTD for himself :A detailed overview of how Mark implements and lives GTD for himself

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Detailed information on how one particular blogger is implementing GTD
Review of the GTD book on the popular geek website Slashdot
A detailed review of the GTD process with charts, tables, and helpful tips
Joel talks about getting organized when you're an individual programmer and not a manager
Mark shows a method for breaking a huge action down into a series of small actions
A detailed overview of how Mark implements and lives GTD for himself
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