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Do you like simple, clean to-do lists online? Me too. That’s why I use ToDoist. This great online to-do list allows for easy input by day. It automatically updates day-to-day, dragging those things you didn’t finish yesterday into today’s list. There’s also a Chrome app, and it works swimmingly on the iPhone and iPad!
I use Microsoft's OneNote to store all my notes for all my business interactions (consulting, research, etc.). I prefer OneNote over Evernote for this because of the number of 'layers' you can use in OneNote, versus Evernote where you essentially have folder stacks and folders. For my notes I need to essentially have binders, chapters, notes, sub-notes and more.
Evernote is my "second brain" when it comes to saving articles, videos, receipts, essentially anything I want to store. Evernote calls their platform a "platform for human memory" and it really is that! Entries can be organized into folders, tagged, and even PDF scans can be searched.
The layering abilities of multiple task lists and and multiple calendars within Google Calendar make it the perfect tool for me when managing multiple projects, charity work, personal appointments, etc.
If you’re looking to create a catalog of your books, look no further than LibraryThing.com. You can catalog your books from Amazon, Library of Congress and other libraries, and import them from anywhere. But perhaps the coolest aspect of LibraryThing is its social aspect – you can find people with similar tastes and find new books to read. You can connect your account to Facebook and Twitter as well, a feature that I love.
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