I'm quiet because I broke Xjournal again.
I spent all of yesterday trying to design a UI for an app that will help with Getting Things Done. In the end, I failed. I don't know whether this is because I don't understand the methodology enough, or because the methodology inherently lends itself to simple, already-available tools. It's certainly true that I don't understand GTD well enough, but I don't know if that's why I failed. I had some decent ideas for the UI but, frustratingly, all of them ended up feeling more complicated than the system I'm already using - an OmniOutliner 3 document.
I'm excited about MacWorld SF, because I'm excited about the rumoured iWork suite. I have a pretty high regard for Thinksecret's rumour-mongering. I well recall xmusouka and I dissecting their Tiger rumours the day before the WWDC keynote and dismissing everything they postulated. In fact, we were 100% wrong, and Thinksecret was 100% right :-) So, iWork. Appleworks didn't deserve to die the slow lingering death that it has. It was an innovative app in its day, it's just that its day was 1992 and not 2005. I'd love a new productivity suite.