Chris Nuttall

It would be easy to make fun of the Getting Things Done Summit were it not for its laudable and eminently practical subtext of bailing us out of our data-sodden lives.

The inaugural GTD Summit, held in San Francisco this week, had a little of the evangelical about it, a smidgeon of personality cult, the confessional aspect of an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting and shades of a secret society – for most people, GTD remains a mysterious acronym. Read more