Yahoo: I’d rather live in a nice house than “Go” on vacation
It’s called a Calendar.
There’s also a thing called a todo list.
I realize you just used up that line of equity to get the new mailbox, but I haven’t even seen that yet. Of course, I’ve heard enough about it to already be demanding upgrades to the kitchen. I don’t need granite countertops… but a dishwasher would be nice… or maybe color-coded categories for events. And the ability to choose my own event categories. And the ability to share only certain categories with only certain people. Kind of like I can do with stuff on my 360 page. Why not upgrade the stuff that is already there before making something new that extends all that old stuff? Even if it’s a fantastic extensionizer, it’s still just adding to old stuff.
I realize that you “aren’t buying Digg” but if you were going to buy someone out… I bet you could get RememberTheMilk really cheap. I mean, like throw a couple M over there and you’ve got the best Todo List app there is. Period. PS: This GTD thing is pretty hot right now. I bet people would freak the heck out if they could use your best-in-class email app to automatically create todo items in your best-in-class todo list app. There’s people writing plug-ins to do that in Outlook. That sucking sound you hear is Microsoft dollars going down the drain.
Posted on February 3, 2006, in The New Web, Yahoo. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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