Making lists of all the things that we have to do is something that most of us tend to do at the start of every day, week or whatever. There’s nothing quite like having a list and then crossing the things off once done - gives a real sense of achievement doesn’t it? Or is that just me? Anyhow...read that again, a list of the things that we “have to do”. “Have” being the operative word.
However, what about the things that we’d “like” to do, the things that we “want” to do? Where are the lists for those things? Well, our latest Startup of the Weekhas created just the place...
Done Not Done is a new app available on iOS and the Web which allows you to keep a list of all the things that you’d like to do, the moves you’d like to see, the books you’d like to read and so on. In its current form, movies, books and music are the main forms of media that can be added to your lists, although there are apparently plans in place to add restaurants and other places also.
So the next time your friend recommends a book that you just have to read or an album that you just have to listen to, simply add it to your Not Done list and then work your way through that list just like all the other lists you make in your life!
The creative minds behind Done Not Done claim that they’ll be measuring their success by the number of things we all move from our Not Done lists to our Done lists. We can’t let them down now, can we?
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