In my opinion, Wired magazine is the most slick looking, creatively formatted, user-friendly magazine on the market. The content can be pretty good too, especially if you live in an innovation/tech centered part of the world (ie., the San Francisco Peninsula–Wired is published in S.F.) and are interested in getting a better handle on how technology is impacting culture.
For all of you GTD lovers out there, this month Wired features a lengthy article on David Allen, the man behind GTD. I found the article to be quite interesting. Some have speculated that Allen might be a Christian due to language he uses in his books and seminars. This article will quickly dispel all such conjecture.
I’m not thankful for the current spiritual condition of David Allen, but I am quite thankful for his GTD system and the help it provides in navigating workload in our information age. If you’re not familiar with GTD, this article provides a great introduction to the Getting Things Done system.