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?
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.
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.
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.
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?
Got a recommendation? Let us hear it in the comments!