Saturday, February 14, 2009

Listography, or organizational geekiness headquarters


(I would like to credit this photo but can't quite figure out where it comes from.)

Somehow as I was creating my 101 things to do in 1001 days list, which I have finally finished, I ran into the site Listography. As its name implies, it's a place to write lists. And it is cool, as well as extremely easy-to-use.

They even have something a simplified html-like system that allows you to check, cross off, italicize and more without having to write type characters like the one I just tried to write, but that wouldn't show up on this post because it was html.

There is a lot more to do with Listography then I have done so far, but if you want to take a look at my incipient geeky lists, feel free.

4 comments:

nicoleg said...

Oh my goodness, that site could prove to be a complete time sucker!

Randal Graves said...

I've got no qualms about wasting time at work, plus who doesn't love poring over the finer points of creating a list.

Betty C. said...

Great, Randal, I'm glad I can help you reduce your work productivity rate even more!

sarala said...

That site sounds worth checking out. I'll put it on my to do list. :)