07 Mar 2009
I have a history of using an organizational system for about six months, then getting frustrated and giving up on it. This is usually compounded by my preference for software organizers over paper; I have to deal with technological obsolescence as well. And in my experience, moving from one piece of organizational software to another is just as much of a pain as manually copying out a physical organizer. Late last year, I told myself that if there were no better options, I would write my own organizer. Failing that I would go back to paper, and just cope. And it's getting to be about that time. So without further ado, here's a list of the organizational services I have found, and really should take a close look at:
- Remember The Milk
- Sandy's Back (in development)
- 30 Boxes
- 43 Actions
- And everything by 37 Signals.