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    Default Affiliate - To Do List?

    Any good lists or program for this?
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    I use toodledo to manage my tasks, it's a web based task list that syncs nicely with Outlook and has an iPhone App and mobile website so you can add tasks on the move and they appear in outlook when you get back to your PC.

    The web interface is free but the iPhone app costs 1.79 ($2.99?)
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    I have an old school program for to-do's. They call it a spiral Notebook and you access it with a pen or pencil.
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    mine is much more modern
    notepad !

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    I'm going to have to go with Chips on this one, I all about the spiral notebook! I have even used cue cards in my past

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    I think I need to upgrade, I'm still on sticky-notes. They are handy though.

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    haha cool. What about pager?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel_LCP View Post
    I'm going to have to go with Chips on this one, I all about the spiral notebook! I have even used cue cards in my past
    I used to be a spiral notebook man as well, but Outlook Calender is the way forward!

    Much easier for planning the week/month ahead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chips View Post
    I have an old school program for to-do's. They call it a spiral Notebook and you access it with a pen or pencil.
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    I email myself a lot with reminders/lists etc, if someone hacked my email I would look pretty lonely lol

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    I use 'ToDoList' from AbstractSpoon:

    http://www.abstractspoon.com/

    Runs on Windows/.net. It is almost a mini project planner rather than just a to do list, with subtasks etc. So I use it more like that than a simple list. I use it for all sorts of things not just affiliate stuff - all my other work and business, home stuff too, keeping track of quests in video RPGs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCanadianGambler View Post
    I think I need to upgrade, I'm still on sticky-notes. They are handy though.
    My desk is a sea of post-its. They work pretty well though


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    haha...CasinoTom

    This is what my desk looks like sometimes. Someday I think I am keeping the sticky note companies in business!!

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    I keep a list of my todo list in my head and priortize them as my needs.
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    I use tadalist.com. You can create multiple lists and it's easy to check 'em off. Also it's free.

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    I'm working with two new Chrome Apps that I really like. One is Sticky Notes. It basically puts a corkboard on one of your Google Tabs, you can add sticky notes to the corkboard to your heart's content. The other Chrome app that I'm trying out is Springpad. This is a little more powerful than Sticky Notes. It's basically a serious of electronic notebooks that you can enter tasks, notes and reminders into, along with a corkboard that you can tack tasks or notes too. It has built in reminder features and other cool stuff. In addition to the app, there's a cool Springpad Chrome extension that allows you to create and organize "web clippings" in the Springpad app. I tried the Springpad app late last night and was impressed. But I really love Sticky Notes, which I've been using for a few days now, so I'm still trying to sort out just how I'm going to use these tools.

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    Notebook + Pencil


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    I just keep it all up in the ol' steel trap. Though seeing how often things slip, I may have to call it the sieve from now on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chips View Post
    I have an old school program for to-do's. They call it a spiral Notebook and you access it with a pen or pencil.
    Ha..Ha lol to funny....chips

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