ATPO task/outlining series continues

If your big thing is outlining and task management, you’re Mac-centric, and you haven’t been following the About This Particular Outliner series, shame on you! The latest column is now up, and includes a nod at GTD: ATPM 11.02 – ATPO: Task Management and Outlining. While some of the software is also available for Windows and/or Linux, the emphasis is on Macs because …well… the site is called About This Particular Macintosh. Personal task management and outlining software is the one area where I feel the Windows world is very lacking, at least until the Windows version of Tinderbox comes out. There are so many imaginative and impressive applications that run on my Macs that I’m spoiled for choice, and I cannot find comparable apps that run under the “other OS.” This series, documenting all the most popular (and not so popular) outliners, is one of the most consistantly thoughtful and well-written tech series I’ve seen, filled with screenshots, explanations, and pros and cons. Definitely intended for information management junkies, it’s one of the only columns I actually look forward to reading.

You can see a list of all ATPO articles so far on the About This Particular Outliner archive page.

If any Mac/Windows users out there want to mention any Windows applications you think are comparable to ones like Tinderbox, NoteTaker or OmniOutliner, I’m all ears. Please leave ’em in the comments. I’d love to try them.

Everything on AMMT fixed?

It seems as though I’ve managed to fix the feeds, the issues with bookmarks to parts of the former site, and some minor problems with stylesheets. My comments need some better CSS, but that’s the only thing left. From here on in, if you notice anything awry or buggy with this site, would you be so kind as to leave a comment or send me an email? (Email address, as always, is located at the base of the menu on the right.) I haven’t had any spare time recently for testing (or writing, for that matter), so I’m sure there are a few bits not working as they should.