Yes, I’m a curious guy. I can’t help it. Please indulge me!
One important element of any GTD implementation is our little friend, the ubiquitous capture tool (UCT for short). This is GTD speak for the tool you use as a GTDer to quickly capture anything – and I mean anything – that pops into your mind, no matter where you are and no matter what you are doing. So, basically, you get it out of your head and capture it for later processing and organizing. Popular examples of UCTs are: a plain notepad, a Moleskine, a PDA or a (smart)phone.
I am curious about the ubiquitous capture tool you, my faithful reader, use in your GTD implementation. A simple notebook perhaps? An expensive Moleskine? A web application? Something else entirely? Let me know in the comments section!
While you’re at it, let me know why you have chosen this particular UCT and if you use different UCTs at home, at the office or on the road. Good luck and thanks for indulging my curiosity!