What's the best new productivity tool you've adopted in past year?

Here’s another Twitter test. I just asked my Twitter followers this question: What is the best new productivity tool you’ve adopted in the past year?

Within a couple of minutes TONS of answers came in. Here’s the results:

terrysimpson: Filofax

about 15 minutes ago

angellr: iPhone

about 15 minutes ago

photar: masturbation abstinance.

about 15 minutes ago

gadgetboy: My LIvescribe Pulse Smartpen! http://livescribe.com

about 15 minutes ago

mclaughj: Things for Mac

about 15 minutes ago

juliejulie: tweetdeck.

about 15 minutes ago

LemursManLemurs: Ubiquity.

about 15 minutes ago

TTIK: my car LOL

about 15 minutes ago

sellinggiants: smartphone

about 14 minutes ago

texaszman: GrandCentral by Google. By far.

about 14 minutes ago

sistaklein: either yammer or timebridge

about 14 minutes ago

emonome: weird answer, maybe, but iPhone.

about 14 minutes ago

charlieray: my acer aspire one

about 14 minutes ago

goaliemom31: TWEETDECK!

about 14 minutes ago

limyh: remember the milk. great GTD app, for personal productivity.

about 14 minutes ago

bicoastalite: I don&#39t have an answer! Just wanted to be part of your test!!

about 14 minutes ago

Bryceforvice: Squarespace

about 14 minutes ago

djpappas: Evernote – although I don&#39t use it enough.

about 14 minutes ago

JoeAndrieu: GoToMeeting. Hands down.

about 14 minutes ago

smashadv: this is a test of @scobleizer&#39s twitter tool without using any keywords from the question asked.

about 13 minutes ago

jaybarcelo: Re: Test new Twitter Tool

about 13 minutes ago

starobin: Best recent productivity tool – Evernote. With a close second to Dropbox.

about 13 minutes ago

MikeLizun: iPhone

about 13 minutes ago

fantomaster: MS OneNote.

about 13 minutes ago

dimensionmedia: does Freshbooks count? It&#39s made me productive in my invoices and getting payments.

about 13 minutes ago

PeterOA: Chandler

about 13 minutes ago

madpod: what are you using to paste replies?

about 13 minutes ago

aphexddb: notepad.exe

about 13 minutes ago

marcumeno: iphone for personal productivity; taking msft connector bus for work

about 13 minutes ago

Djalfy: does sleep count (Am an insomniac) and well yea its important to think with a clear mind

about 12 minutes ago

jdudley: without a doubt, “Things” for Mac is my top productivity took

about 12 minutes ago

oscarte: TweetDeck; no, kidding. For real; just a simple dashboard stickie to be always in the desktop and above all open windows

about 12 minutes ago

imusicmash: my Twitter All Bios at a Glance Greasemonkey script makes me more productive with Twitter. Check it out: http://bit.ly/oYwm

about 12 minutes ago

duilen: I think I started using Firebug early last year. It has easily saved me hundreds of hours. Much better than developers toolbar.

about 12 minutes ago

Smartalyx: Had to GMAIL checking all my other accounts and using IMAP to check GMAIL.

about 12 minutes ago

aaroneaton: A notebook and pen. Never runs out of batteries and is always synced!

about 12 minutes ago

mgasper42: As a newby on twitter its interesting to see other opinions on the greatest feature of twitter for others. Thanks for the tweet

about 12 minutes ago

Mosso: TweetDeck

about 11 minutes ago

katetribe: Having all newsletters, membership, and event emails going to a separate email address that I can check in sessions.

about 11 minutes ago

davehollis: a file cabinet.

about 11 minutes ago

adryenn: Plaxo! Syncs PC to internet, then to Mac, then to Blackberry. Google takes care of sharing so I always know where to be.

about 11 minutes ago

edelatorre: evernote

about 11 minutes ago

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ajadoniz: google calendar sync, ubiquity

about 11 minutes ago

KevinCTofel: : second monitor in the home office.

about 11 minutes ago

GLENNatMHz: No question about it. . Pwnage Tool.

about 10 minutes ago

brandon_wirtz: Twitter! This guy trapped me on a bus, sang its praises, and 14 hours later I was Networking like a MoFo.

about 10 minutes ago

AuctionDirect: tie… a third monitor and ping.fm

about 10 minutes ago

mattbramanti: A stack of index cards and GTD.

about 10 minutes ago

evebutterflies: Xobni but KallOut comes in a close second

about 9 minutes ago

FreeRangeMom: believe it or not, starting to use Outlook calendar and task list was my best productivity tool (yes I&#39m slow to adopt)

about 9 minutes ago

santibarguen: The best tool I have used for a couple of weeks know is Twibeo. It lets you share photos, videos and more in twitter format.

about 9 minutes ago

Mossappeal: freshbooks

about 9 minutes ago

Schwa09: iPhone….no contest

about 8 minutes ago

lalitr: Anti-productivity tool, yet most new world opening : twitter. Best new productivity tool: Balanced Chart by Academic Writing Clb

about 8 minutes ago

ryancordell: Things by Cultured Code

about 8 minutes ago

marigo: yoga. yes, yoga is an amazing productivity tool (but nothing surpasses the good old Blackberry!)

about 8 minutes ago

mpinheir: Rememberthemilk.com

about 7 minutes ago

BasilLeaf: simpleGTD

about 7 minutes ago

soverland: Would be Remember the Milk for me…

about 7 minutes ago

dannyrobinson: #Things . Changed my life.

about 5 minutes ago

sixstringsnc: TweetDeck. Though it can eat time, I&#39ve learned more in 4 months about my craft & had eyes opened more than in past 4 years.

about 5 minutes ago

voppa: Best productivity tool? It&#39s an analog solution-A notepad on my desk. My productivity mantra has become “Make it intuitive!”

about 4 minutes ago

NinjaInDesign: the iPhone

about 4 minutes ago

myflatworld: Evernote

about 3 minutes ago

brettdusek: Microsoft Project

about 3 minutes ago

coquidesign: evernote is the best productivity tool for me! Love how iPhone and computer link with it.

about 3 minutes ago

techtweetr: Evernote

about 2 minutes ago

chimoose: a moleskine notebook

about 2 minutes ago

rgoodwin: a trash bin and a liberal sense of detachment from unnecessary objects.

59 seconds ago

dane: my best new productivity tool, the ScanSnap S510, finally reasonably paperless. Fast double side scanning to PDF, OCR indexing.

58 seconds ago

mirven: Things, without a doubt

56 seconds ago

texasgirltrix: What do you mean reply to this message on Twitter? Aren&#39t we on Twitter?? OMG……………..

36 seconds ago

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