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While browsing Flickr for apolitical images of puppy dogs, sunsets, and flowers, I found this little gem:

GTD Wallpaper

It’s Stefanos Karagos’s nicely-designed diagram of the classic GTD workflow, now conveniently in a desktop wallpaper. Available in seven sizes, it’s formatted to fit most screen resolutions.

The next time you’re daydreaming about piling instead of filing–or putting things off instead of getting things done–you’ve got a little reminder on your desktop to make you feel guilty keep you on track.

I’ve been wanting to create something like this for quite some time, so kudos to Stefanos for beating me to it. ;-)

Download page for GTD Wallpaper


  • Patrick Au-Yeung

    gravatarMar 17, 2007
    9:58 pm

    I like the workflow, but you have to admit it could be prettier.

  • Zr970

    gravatarMar 18, 2007
    10:57 am

    I think the idea is nice, I like the font / objects, but the red arrows, and random-ish messy placements take away a lot from it…

  • abs

    gravatarMar 18, 2007
    3:28 pm

    Good idea, but looks a bit messy.

  • Missy

    gravatarMay 17, 2007
    1:53 pm

    It’s been updated with a nicer interface. I’d recommend taking another look for those who were disappointed.

  • Andrew

    gravatarMar 12, 2009
    4:25 am

    A bit too complex for me :) I prefer a clearcut line by line interface (see http://sites.google.com/site/rocketdm/gtd-software)