Planning personal projects and organizing personal information

@inproceedings{Jones2006PlanningPP,
  title={Planning personal projects and organizing personal information},
  author={William Jones and Harry Bruce and Austin Foxley and Charles F. Munat},
  booktitle={ASIST},
  year={2006}
}
In a given week, an active person may be working on, or at least thinking about, several different projects. Some are work-related (“prepare annual report”); others are not (“plan family ski vacation”). Projects have duration (seve45ral days to several months) and a structure that includes basic tasks (“book plane tickets”) and subprojects (“decide on hotel”). This article describes exploratory research that looks at the kinds of projects people manage in their daily lives, the problems they… CONTINUE READING
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