Lifehacker editor alum D. Keith Robinson hasn't written for us in some time, but he's still keeping things simple and productive. Today he wrote up his personal keys to getting stuff done: capturing ideas, keeping piles under control, focusing on the task at hand, and an empty inbox. Our hearts burst with pride! Check out Keith's post on de-cluttering your digital space from '06.
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