GTD in the comfort of Licorize

I wrote a blog post on Licorize blog on how to use GTD with it:

Social and asocial bookmarking

The working day of a ‘”web worker” is an increasingly complex experience, new pointers and ideas occur frequently. More and more people use bookmarking tools for organizing links from diverse sources. Once people used local browser bookmarks, which quickly get cluttered, usually don’t get maintained, and are not normally shared across browsers and machines. Instead … Continue reading

About Twitter, Facebook, Evernote, Flipboard and going beyond simple bookmarking

I wrote a blog post on the Licorize blog: connecting Twitter, Facebook, Evernote, Flipboard and going beyond simple bookmarking for Licorize 1.0. See this Amp at

The limits of bookmark tagging

The main limit of creating a collection of bookmarks and tagging them lies in your interpretation of bookmarks. A bookmark from a formal point of view is an URL, but actually for the user in function of the context it can be a to-do, an idea, a goal… You can have tags for types, along … Continue reading

Why your Delicious bookmarks end up being an unreadable mess?

I’ve been looking at friends’ Delicious accounts, and asking how they’ve been using them. An answer I got frequently is this: When I started using it it was great. But as I kept bookmarking, I never did maintenance, and old links that have become irrelevant are always there and I could no longer see what was … Continue reading