to-do lists7 september 2005
i have always loved todo-lists. it’s the best way for me to survive. without them i would be as smart as a goldfish. a few years ago i designed the ultimate todo-note (more about that another time) and used it for a while. now i have run out of them and i am too lazy to find a printer to print out new ones so i had to rethink and turn digital instead. for a while i tried to use the todo function in iCal but since i hardly ever used any of it’s other functions i just forgot using it. then i i started using a konfabulator todo widget that showed a todo list on the desktop but for some reason i hardly used that either and then when i installed Tiger i never bothered to install konfabulator again. and all this was during a time when i really didn’t need the todo’s so much as i do now (new school, home, city) so when i found two online todo-list sites i realised this is the shit! i know they could be a lot better and be able to sync with ical or whatever but i like it that i can just log on anywhere with any computer and add on to my todos.
i found two good sites, ta-da lists and tdoos that are doing almost the same job – i am using and prefer tadalist. so now i have one todo for school, one for home and one for own projects etc. it’s really neat!
Hey, I’m the guy who runs tdoos.com. I would love to get feedback on the service and why you prefer ta-da. It’s just a pet-project of mine, so don’t worry, I’m not trying to track you down to strong-arm you into my service :P. I actually haven’t received ANY feedback (outside of my freinds) on the service since I launched it this summer. So I’m curious what people think of it.
/Brent 2005-12-15, 09:48
Hi, I prefer ta-da just because of the lack of advertising (sorry) and also I like the design/structure at ta-da a bit more. Otherwise it’s practically the same.
/oskar 2005-12-15, 11:28
/Brent 2005-12-16, 02:40