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Q: I saw Lifehacker had a post the other week about great to-do management tools. They're practical and all, but I want something that doesn't look like a derivative of a spreadsheet. Do you have any suggestions for fun apps or tools to help manage to-do lists?
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A: If you aren't playing with super personal info and enjoy the convenience of the cloud, services like Evernote and Droplist are both great options since you always get a backed up copy of your notes away from the rain.
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For those that like things short and sweet, Teuxdeux is a great choice since it integrates its dead-simple online web app with the companion iPhone app available for a small fee.
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For more collaborative to-do's, Cozi (a service recommended by one of Lifehacker's readers) offers a nice web app that allows multiple users to share due dates, track work, and set milestones to get all your ducks in order. Even the lazy ones.
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If you're more of a calendar geek and have everything synced to your iPhone or Android, then Agenda is a good choice since it allows you to pull up everything in an eerily sexy manner. Who would've thought one can make calendars a joy to look at?

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