Getting Links Done

Recently, and thanks to GTD / 43 Folders my inbox in Gmail is empty (and yawning in utter boredom). That's good. But I also use GTD-action contexts as tags for my bookmarks in del.icio.us (@inbox, @toread, @toevaluate, @someday,...), and those are just bursting.

I guess what's good for emails is also good for bookmarks, so I wrote a Greasemonkey script to support me in my link sweeping efforts. All it does is to highlight posts with certain tags in del.icio.us (like @inbox or @toread, this is configurable) to give a little visual reminder that they require some sort of action or attention (read, install, archive, tag). At the end of the day, all colors should be gone (read and/or labeled ond/or deleted).

If you want to try it you can grab it here. I hope it's rather self explanatory. Mark Pilgrim has a great primer on Greasemonkey, if you don't know it yet or you've never installed a Greasemonkey script. Let me know, if you have any questions or suggestions.

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