This month's roundup is designed to help you with taking and tracking lists and notes. A good writer will have a collection of great tools. Some of my favorites are on this list of lists and list apps.
Evernote is a free, cross-platform universal capture application. With support for text, images, audio, tagging, and syncing between its web interface and all of your desktop installations, Evernote offers seamless capturing of information no matter where you are. The free version of Evernote provides 40MB per month of upload space. If you need more capacity, you can get 500 MB for $5 / month. Evernote works like a breeze on a variety of smartphones. I've tested it myself on both iPhone and Android, a powerful and amazing service.
Gubb is a lightweight but intuitive list application that focuses on capturing and organizing all of your lists. gubb is for any and all the lists you can think of: from every day shopping and to-do lists to wishlists, brainstorming notes, personal goals, group projects and more. Just about as easy as jotting something down on paper, only better. You'll always know where your lists are; you can edit and organize them any time; and you can share with friends and co-workers in seconds.
Joe's Goals is a simple yet powerful web-based goal-minder to make tracking your goals the easiest part of accomplishing them. Use the simple single page interface to setup daily goals and track them with just a click. Watch your daily score to gage your success and use negative goals (or vices) to confront and overcome bad habits that finally need to get the boot. Share your success with your friends and family or post your personal score badge to your blog or MySpace page. Add as many Goals as you want and update them all from a single interface.
Nutshell helps you search the web, take notes, and manage your to-do list quickly and easily.
Remember the Milk
One of the most popular to-do list trackers, RTM sports powerful integration with e-mail (such as Gmail and Microsoft Outlook), SMS, most IM clients, and Twitter. It also integrates seamlessly with a number of powerful Google services.
Ta-da List is the web's easiest to-do list tool. Make lists for yourself or share them with others. And it's free.
For Apple fans, I recommend ToDo. Todo is a powerful set of tools that makes task management simple and fun. Use Todo on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, keep your tasks synchronized using Todo Online, a new cloud sync service for tasks, and even access your tasks on your desktop in iCal or Outlook. Todo helps you focus on what matters most and allows you to integrate the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology or your own.
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