Don Weighs in on Things vs. OmniFocus

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We’ve received lots of great feedback on the Mac Power Users Things vs OmniFocus episode. Most recently, Don McAllister of Screencasts online wrote a thoughtful piece about why he uses Things. Don’s screencasts on both applications are highly recommended.

5 Comments Don Weighs in on Things vs. OmniFocus

  1. surfbits@gmail.com

    I really enjoyed your MPU podcast with Katie and I’ve been looking into both OmniFocus and Things, but I really like to use iCal and I found a great freeware app for easily adding tasks and Calendar entries without having iCal open at all. It’s a simple, light alternative, check it out..
    FlexCal: http://flexgames.com/flexcal

    Reply
  2. surfbits@gmail.com

    I really enjoyed your MPU podcast with Katie and I’ve been looking into both OmniFocus and Things, but I really like to use iCal and I found a great freeware app for easily adding tasks and Calendar entries without having iCal open at all. It’s a simple, light alternative, check it out..
    FlexCal: http://flexgames.com/flexcal

    Reply
  3. surfbits@gmail.com

    I really enjoyed your MPU podcast with Katie and I’ve been looking into both OmniFocus and Things, but I really like to use iCal and I found a great freeware app for easily adding tasks and Calendar entries without having iCal open at all. It’s a simple, light alternative, check it out..
    FlexCal: http://flexgames.com/flexcal

    Reply
  4. surfbits@gmail.com

    I really enjoyed your MPU podcast with Katie and I’ve been looking into both OmniFocus and Things, but I really like to use iCal and I found a great freeware app for easily adding tasks and Calendar entries without having iCal open at all. It’s a simple, light alternative, check it out..
    FlexCal: http://flexgames.com/flexcal

    Reply
  5. surfbits@gmail.com

    I really enjoyed your MPU podcast with Katie and I’ve been looking into both OmniFocus and Things, but I really like to use iCal and I found a great freeware app for easily adding tasks and Calendar entries without having iCal open at all. It’s a simple, light alternative, check it out..
    FlexCal: http://flexgames.com/flexcal

    Reply

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