Lifehacker. A post called “Back on the GTD wagon: Do a mind sweep“. Nothing that wrong with the post itself, but they have what I assume is a quote from the book being plugged / reviewed:
Ubiquitous capture is a process that means staying mindful, always having the collection tools you need nearby, and then using them. No, it doesn’t have to be a Hipster PDA it could be a Treo, a whiteboard, or the side of your freshly shorn cat. The point is, capture the first time you think of it and you can rededicate that mental processing cycle to more interesting creative work.
Now pardon my language here… but that is a steaming pile of crap. It’s complete bollocks. It’s using lots of big language to say “Make a note” and they’ll charge you the book, a course and a personal mental trainer no doubt just so you can ‘make a note’. FFS. Who is the idiot here? Them for writing this trash or someone for saying “OMG! I so need this book!”. C’mon – this is …. garbage. When will people get a frigging grip? You don’t Get Things Done by giving these people money – or even finding pdf torrents – you get it done by doing it. We all have lazy days, we all have days when we can’t be arsed but we all know what we need to do.
“Ubiquitous capture” – piss off.