Even the brilliant mind of Leonardo da Vinci needed to jot things down in a notebook so he could remember what he needed to do. The only difference, of course, is that da Vinci's to-do list was much more complex than ours. I mean, who needs to calculate the measurement of Milan and its suburbs and learn how to repair…
They're with us all the time, connected to the internet, and synced with all the important online services in our lives: what better devices to help us remember things than our Android phones?
The humble to-do list hasn't changed much over the years, but the methods we use to manage it have. Here's a look at five of the most popular tools for helping you manage your to-do list. [Lifehacker]
The old-fashioned to-do list has served us well, sure, but this is 2010 and we've embraced the third dimension where two were once adequate. Sometimes that just means really expensive movie tickets, but in this case, it mean stackable productivity.