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A cool feature would be to allow multiple sub-lists within your personal to-do list. This would allow users to make lists when planning a trip or making goals for the short term, etc. Just a thought. Simon Thompson
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Easy. I do my to-do list on a pad of paper and get all the sub lists I need included there. Piece of cake. Woodchuck ATC
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Jun 27, 2012
This generation would prefer not to write, Woodchuck FreeRangeHuman
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FreeRangeHuman wrote:
This generation would prefer not to write, Woodchuck


.and it's a shame technology has led to that preference.
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If your generation considers 'writing' scribbling a list of route-names on a pad of paper then I do not think we are losing much, gentlemen. While you crusters scratch out hazy memories of the good ol' days with chongo with your feather quill pens I will be happily typing out my fresh ones on this technology that has ruined us all. Gryla
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Jun 27, 2012
Nick Stayner near the crux. Ryan Minton photo.
Woodchuck ATC wrote:
.and it's a shame technology has led to that preference.

I guess that qualifies you too, as you do your fair share of posting here. Scribbling out a to-do list doesn't really qualify as writing BTW.
Nick Stayner
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Jun 27, 2012
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And I don't scribble. Clear concise notes. 59 cents for that pad of paper, no e-contracts, no minutes to manage, no worry about battery life or if the satellites are bounced by a solar flare. Just saying it can be simpler if one choses. Woodchuck ATC
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Woodchuck ATC wrote:
And I don't scribble. Clear concise notes. 59 cents for that pad of paper, no e-contracts, no minutes to manage, no worry about battery life or if the satellites are bounced by a solar flare. Just saying it can be simpler if one choses.


Okay... that still doesnt count as writing. What different does it matter if your list is on a computer or some sheet of scratch paper? You sound like a dinosaur...
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