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Friday, May 27, 2005

Online To-Do Lists

One of my weaknesses comes in the organization category. I'm just not organized. Never have been, but I refuse to believe that I always will be. So, when I saw a column in the Wall Street Journal a couple of days ago talking about Online To-Do lists, I took notice.

The advantage (or disadvantage depending on how you look at it) of online to-do lists is that other people can look at them. This is cool if you collaborate with someone from a distance. But, it could also mean that things are public that you want private. Anyway, here's the list of providers. Some charge fees others are free.

BackPackIt - has both free accounts and paid accounts starting at $5 per month. For businesses, they also offer BaseCamp.

Ta-da List - a free no-frills list.

Use Tasks - Charges $3.95 per month.

And of course there are blogs:

Lifehacker - owned by Gawker Media

43 Folders - a blog for fans of David Allen's book "Getting Things Done."

To-Done! - Also for fans of David Allen.

Those will get you started. NOW GO GET ORGANIZED!

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