Hull Digital Podcast Episode 2 – GTD, Productivity and Apps

Episode 2 – 37signals’ new book, Rework, GTD / Productivity and our favourite apps.

Good news – we recorded the podcast a few days ago, and it is now released! A little better than the 6 week lag of the first episode πŸ˜‰

So, what do we have for you?

Firstly, we had a new member of the Podcast team join us, Dave Foy from Woof Online. You can follow him @woofonline

We had a great time in the studio talking about a wide variety of topics:

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Have a look at the running order!

– Introductions
– 37signals’ new book, Rework – our impressions
– Adobe CS 5 news
– GTD and productivity
– Omnifocus
– The Four Hour Work Week from Tim Ferriss
– Writing without distraction
– The Pomodoro Technique
– Focus on the essentials
– The LED
– Getting the twitter name you want
– Fave apps
– Xcode
– Mind Your Own Business / First Edge
– Crunch
– Merlin
– TextMate
– 1Password
– Things App
– Dropbox
– Backup options
– Skitch
– TextExpander
– Windows development
– Mamp Pro
– Pragmatic Programmer
– Git and Git Hub

Running time is 1 hour and 20 minutes – please do give us some feedback in the comments!

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3 Responses to “Hull Digital Podcast Episode 2 – GTD, Productivity and Apps”

  1. Michael Rose
    April 9, 2010 at 3:44 pm #

    Brilliant podcast guys. Really enjoying what you are doing, nice to hear some British folks getting deep into technology and digital solutions.

    Any females you can bring on board? Would be good to balance the boys a little.

    Great stuff, almost all those apps you mention get a +1 from me.

    And… it now looks like the Flash/iPhone connection is broken already – thank the Gods!

  2. admin
    April 9, 2010 at 7:42 pm #

    Hi Michael, thanks for dropping by! πŸ™‚
    We hope to have some ladies soon…. watch this space!



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