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Jan272011

Review of the Systems: DWM (Day, Week, Month) 2

You can find a description of DWM2 by clicking here.

Brief description

DWM2 does away with the page-a-day diary used in DWM, and instead uses a single list in which new tasks are marked with a small black circle or other suitable sign. Otherwise the system is the same as DWM.

Advantages

An ordinary notebook can be used instead of a page-a-day diary, there is no wasted space on pages and all tasks are entered or re-entered at the end of the list instead of having two entry points.

Otherwise the advantages and disadvantages are the same as for DWM.

Conclusion

This is a rather faster and more convenient version of DWM.

Reader Comments (2)

Above you provided a link to your DWN2 system but unless you changed the title of DWN2 to AF (this is all confusing for a newbie to your site, which I'm finding fascinating), the link seems to be wrong. Could you please clarify?
October 21, 2013 at 20:12 | Unregistered CommenterJulliette
Hi, Julliette,

Yes, I'm sorry for the confusing nature of the site. It's been a hotbed of experimentation and the experiments have sometimes moved faster than the organization of the site!

The link you refer to is to a comment,not to a post. So the subject of the blog post was AF, but the comment describes an improvement to DWM.
October 22, 2013 at 9:23 | Registered CommenterMark Forster

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