If you have been reading this blog over the last year or so it will come as no surprise that I like Wunderlist as a to-do list that works. At least it works the way I like to work. I am still a bit disappointed by the lack of a native Linux application, but the web version has been working fairly well for me. In addition, there is the really required version for me over on the iPad, which lets me take it with me to meetings and such or even out to the shop (garage) when I am working on a sequence of steps to accomplish some largely project. And of course the client that does run on Windows or Mac based operating systems seems to be pretty good, though I can only claim either as a casual user.
I am sure there are a few of you out there like me that have that little group of notes (some of them sticky maybe, though I general do not like those) that are everywhere in some sort of disorganized mess. I am sure, just like me, you have tried to organize them in some fashion or another as well. I am going to hazard a guess and suggest that a few of you are like and travel from place to place with in your job and that doesn’t begin to suggest the additional confusion introduced by the various travels I do for my off the clock fun time. I kept thinking there was a way to do this on the computer, but I was always having the wrong notes on the computer I had at that time. Enter Tomboy Notes and a solution that fixes it all.