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Remember The Milk, is another online to-do-list which is free and has some interesting features like iCalendar and RSS support. I especially love the idea of reminders via email, instant messenger, and SMS. Just remember, it is not a calendar, but instead a to-do-list. The company […]

Remember The Milk, is another online to-do-list which is free and has some interesting features like iCalendar and RSS support. I especially love the idea of reminders via email, instant messenger, and SMS. Just remember, it is not a calendar, but instead a to-do-list. The company has open-sourced some of the core technology behind Remember The Milk, at PHP-JSON which allows the development of fast, scalable AJAX-style PHP/JavaScript web applications.

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  1. Cool little app, but that’s really about it — this is how you know we’re likely near the top of Web 2.0 – the large chunks of functionality have been carved out, leaving a bunch of smaller applications or really features.

  2. The Bay Area Is Talking Wednesday, October 12, 2005

    Who Got Da Milk?

    Don’t forget before you go home tonight to pick up some milk… Oh, you forgot? Well you’re running out of excuses. Om Malik and his Broadband Blog point us towards a new site that won’t let you forget your domestic…

  3. Remember the Milk is a great example of an AJAX-based site, but really doesn’t differ too much from Ta-Da List or anything previous. http://www.dailytodo.net takes a far simpler than Remember the Milk, but offers something completely different – daily, weekly, and monthly lists – to manage tasks that need to be performed on a regular basis.

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