Would any humanist who believes all people should be treated equally have it any other way?
I'm looking for good to-do list software that integrates with Gmail (in Firefox; I don't like Chrome) and has multiple lists, subtasks and an Android app. Google Calendar integration would also be nice.
Google Tasks almost fits the bill, but you can't see all your lists at once. Todoist was good until they stopped supporting Gmail integration. (The Firefox app takes up way too much real estate on screen.) I'm now trying out Remember the Milk and really like it except for the once-daily limitation on syncing in the free version. I'm willing to pay, but $25 a year??? Does anyone have recommendations?
- University of GeorgiaEcology, 2006 - 2012
- UCLAEcology, Behavior and Evolution; Geography, 2001 - 2005
- North Hollywood Zoo Magnet1997 - 2001
I love ecology, networks, geography, and anything that makes me see the world a little differently. I have been described as being "more interesting than an attack goose".
I'm happy when a post inspires active discussion. Please note, however, that non-standard definitions of standard words tend to impede communication. If you insist on such definitions, I will start a new post where you can discuss them to your heart's content and leave the original post to more substantive conversation.
- UCLADeveloping a new math curriculum for biology majors, 2012 - present
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