An article I wrote called Doing Today’s Job with Yesterday’s Tools is up at Boxes and Arrows. Here’s the summary:
Where is the software that can help us cope with the massive amounts of information that we deal with on a daily basis? Patrick Dubroy points out the usability problems with current personal information management techniques, and makes some suggestions about how to improve the situation.
I wrote the article to help myself clarify my thoughts on the subject of information management. I doesn’t go into much technical detail; it’s more of a 10,000-foot view of the problem. Please check it out, Digg/Del.icio.us/link it, and by all means, leave a comment or email me if you have any thoughts.