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ablaze
    I want to buy Clear for Mac, but because my iCloud account is completely corrupted to the point that not even Apple understands what's wrong, I don't think it will work.
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    dalton
      @ablaze sounds familiar. a couple of years ago, I remember a digital music reporter telling me he just couldn't get iCloud to work enough for him to review it, even after Apple PR got him support help
      ablaze
        @dalton Quote from my Fruit Co. engineer friend: "We found that your account is… messed up."
        ggirton
          @ablaze are you using Things or Omnifocus now? Their sync seems to work (I can only vouch for Things).
          ablaze
            @ggirton I use Evernote and Reminders. Don't use any checkmark apps anymore.
            vtti
              @ablaze @ggirton It sounds like you have an interesting "GTD" workflow moving away from the checkmark type aps. Would be interested in hearing more about how you incorporate Evernote in replacing the Omnifocus & Things of the world.
              ablaze
                @vtti @ggirton I don't really need much out of task managers beyond a list. Here's my best attempt at explaining what I do with Evernote, which might explain how I've come to rely on it. http://readwrite.com/2012/08/21/evernote-a-0-to-60-mph-guide
                vtti
                  @ablaze @ggirton Thanks for the link Jon, I am going to give it a read. Always curious how other people leverage one of my favorite apps.
                  ggirton
                    @ablaze @vtti Thanks, Jon, http://readwrite.com/2012/08/21/evernote-a-0-to-60-mph-guide is a v.good guide to using E as a universal organizer. Then you use Reminders for project tasks, or do you usually review and decide thru Evernote too?
                    ablaze
                      @ggirton @vtti I use Reminders for very quick "DO THE THING" reminders, and if necessary, I keep track of the details of the thing in Evernote. Not always necessary to have more than the simple reminder.