If you’re looking to get things done in the new year, then check out 43 Folders’ recap of their most popular, most visited, most commented on, and personal favorite posts about David Allen’s GTD from 2006. From getting started with GTD, to hacking GTD, to doing a “mind-sweep”, this list will have you getting more things done than ever before. Just remember to breathe every once in a while.
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DYH’s Life Hack #1: Instead of taking the time to find your own stuff, just wait for the best of list to come out so you can get right to the good stuff. LifeHack has hacked their own hacks by putting together a list of their 50 best from 2006, and it’s a must read if you’re looking to increase your productivity and improve your life.
Want to know what MySpace, Apple, Google, Celebutantes, and lonelygirl15 will be up to in 2007? While Fimoculous might not know any better than you do, their 30 Predictions for 2007 in Media/Tech/Pop does a great job of poking some fun at 30 of the most talked about topics of 2006. It’s predictastic.
[Via: Fast Company]
The end of 2006 means it’s time to go back in time and recap the most popular posts in the blogging world from the past year, which also means it’s a good time to catch up on some great content that you might have missed. The Unofficial Apple Weblog and Gizmodo took the time out to link together some of their best, and they’ve definitely got some must reads, so if you haven’t already, go check them out.
As 2006 draws to a close, and 2007 draws near, DYH is going to make the first in a series of annual predictions for the upcoming year. What’s going to be hot, and what’s not? Here’s what I think:
- Television is going online. More and more shows are going to be available on demand, streamed directly and instantly into your computer. There’s a reason Google paid more than enough for YouTube, and I think it’s because they plan on using the service to distribute full-length television shows. Instead of ads being a part of the show, users will be able to watch their show uninterrupted, and advertisers will make money through AdSense or a similar service. With the growing popularity of DVR services and place shifting technology (ala Slingbox), it’s pretty obvious that people want to watch their programming when they want, where they want, and without commercials, so it’s up to companies to figure out how to advertise differently. Put it online, add a little viral marketing, make it free, easy and customizable, and you’ve got yourself a winner.
- Do it all phones will be the must have gadget. With the Moto Q, Palm, HTC and many more developing phones that are as much computer as they are communicator, the phone that does much more than just talk and photograph is going to rapidly gain in popularity.
- Apple is going mainstream. With Intel finally on board, and Apple able to run Windows programs, it’s time for a change. Plus, Vista is looking more and more like a disappointment. Thus, it’s going to be the year of the fruit.
- Web 2.0 is going to be ubiquitous. As everything goes social, interactive, user based and community oriented, even Time has acknowledged that people run the Internet now. The Internet is going to become a place where people share their ideas and their opinions, and information is going to be spread to more people in more places than ever before.
So there you have it. Some may be right, most will probably be wrong, but I’ve given it a shot. What do you think? Totally off base or spot on? In a year, it’ll be time to look back and look forward again, but until then, I can’t wait to see what the world brings.