Archive | September, 2013

Implementing Getting Things Done with IBM Notes

Normally, I do not go Bonzo over productivity applications with lack luster reputations—as noted previously Microsoft’s favorite punching bag Lotus/IBM Notes historically always makes people cringe. Yet the Einstein of Time Management David Allen of Getting Things Done fame uses IBM Notes with eProductivity and that’s exactly what I have attempted to do. Recently I […]

Microsoft WIndows 8 Julie Larson-Green’s Legacy of End-User Ignorance

Microsoft Windows 8 Master Mind

I am greatly honored that Eric Mac’s recent Notes On Productivity Blog featured my tirade against Microsoft Office Kurt DelBene’s shoddy task implementation in OWA 2013. Coming to terms with bad interface design or 80/20 rule gone awry in software design is something Microsoft needs to take into account. Despite negative user feedback, poor Windows […]