Photo-Based To-Do List - Worth a thousand words...

Both Steve Rubel of Micro Persuasion and Stefano Castelvetri of Minddriven have discovered this technique for easily keeping a to-do list: simply use your phone to take a photo of the thing that needs to get done, and keep all those photos in a designated album on your phone. When you get it done, delete the photo. No messing with writing things out, wasting paper, or trying to sufficiently describe the item which may well be best captured in an image. It's useful, usable, and something that I expect to see more widely adopted as we all get used to these digital lives we're beginning to live!
[via Lifehacker]

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