Done Not Done

My studiomates at FictiveKin just launched a new project I have been itching to share: Done Not Done. It’s a to-do list for things you want to do, not the things you have to do. (We already have an app for that.)

How many times do you email yourself a title of a book or a movie that you eventually want to read or watch when you have time? And then it gets lost in your inbox and it never happens. Well, no longer. Done Not Done will help you jot these things down, on the go, and then when you are looking for a good book, music or movie idea, it’s right there, ready to be tapped into. (They started out with movies, books and music and will be adding more categories such as restaurants and places.)

Go check it out, over on donenotdone.com or download the iPhone app. But be kind, folks, they *just* launched and might still discover a bug here and there.

Also, love how they created a /purpose page. Every service/company should have this. Taking note!

So, what are you going to add to your not done list? Here’s mine.

12 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Just downloaded it, and it’s awesome. Will be very useful.

  2. This is pretty cool! My friends and I were just starting to compile classic movies we haven’t seen. This is a great way to keep track of everything.

    Helps that the UI is really fresh too. Love it!

  3. I LOVE IT!!! its exactly what I needed/wanted/longed for <3

  4. Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance has dated badly I’m afraid. I finally got around to it last year and I can honestly say it is one of the best AND one of the worst books I have ever read.

  5. What I need! I always have a list of books to read, but it’s in my head… When I go the store, library, amazon I don’t remember! This is awesome!!! Also for movies. Thanks!

  6. Only signing via twitter or facebook? :-(

  7. I’m intrigued to give this a try. I pretty religiously use Evernote to organize my life and keep track of things like song titles, but even with meticulousness there, I find so many things slipping between the cracks! I plan to investigate this–I like that they have an app, that just might sway me to giving it a try!

  8. I use the “someday” section of your TeuxDeux app for this function. I’d love to sign up for this, but absolutely won’t unless/until I can do so without integrating other social media. My friends don’t need to know all the weird things I read and watch.

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