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…NewsGator is now free?

Free NewsGator

As a frequent user of both NetNewsWire and FeedDemon, I was excited to read that NewsGator has decided to give away its entire suite of award-winning RSS readers for free to individual users, including NetNewsWire, FeedDemon, NewsGator Inbox, and NewsGator Go!

One of the key benefits to using NewsGator products is that they can be set them up so that they automatically synchronize with each other, meaning you can run multiple programs on multiple computers, and if you read a story on one, it will automatically be marked as read on all of the others.

Very GTD.

If you haven’t already, then now is a better time than any to join the RSS revolution.


…You need help getting things done?

If you’re looking to get things done in the new year, then check out 43 Folders’ recap of their most popular, most visited, most commented on, and personal favorite posts about David Allen’s GTD from 2006. From getting started with GTD, to hacking GTD, to doing a “mind-sweep”, this list will have you getting more things done than ever before. Just remember to breathe every once in a while.

[43 Folders – Getting Things Done: Recap For ’07]