There was an article in my local paper this morning on GTD. There was a mention of Tracks by one of the journalists who uses it!
From the article:
“The last major component of GTD that I use is a comprehensive to-do list. I use multiple computers at home and at work and I have terrible handwriting, so I rely on a program called “Tracks” that is housed online. I can access it from any Web browser or from a cell phone and it keeps track of tasks and projects, including things to do at home, errands to run and things I’m waiting on (mail-in rebates, e-mail responses).
I still use a Palm Pilot, so with Tracks and the Palm’s calendar software, I’ve got a pretty comprehensive list of tasks and upcoming appointments and contacts. I check the calendar and to-do list as soon as I get to work and a few times throughout the day to stay on track. I don’t do a weekly review, which would benefit me on longer-term projects, but I’m checking my to-do lists and e-mail folders regularly, so I don’t always feel I need to spend extra time going over the same ground.
— Omar L. Gallaga “