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Re: planner or org or ...

From: Xavier Maillard
Subject: Re: planner or org or ...
Date: Sun, 27 May 2007 23:45:12 +0200
User-agent: Rmail in GNU Emacs on GNU/Linux

   ----- Tim X (2007-05-27) wrote:-----

   > So, I think that while the functionality is similar, the underlying
   > philosophy is a bit different and they approach things from a
   > different perspective re: planning and organising your work. On some
   > levels, it is a bit like a comparison of vi and emacs - both can
   > achieve the same outcomes, but do it differently and one way suits
   > some people while another way suits others. My main bias towards
   > planner mode is probably a simple as it being the first mode of this
   > type I used under emacs and it has set my expectations.

   The difference is: org is the Emacs of organizers. Planner is an

   org let you create your own way of GTD. Planner creates a way of GTD for

I don't get it. In what org is more complicated than planner. I
feel the contrary. Planner lets you create your *own* GTD too.


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