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January 3rd, 2002
03:39 pm


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Removing little to-do stickies from my manuscript is very satisfying. It's a lot more satisfying than scratching things off of a to-do list. Speaking of to-do lists, I caught the tail end of a thing on NPR yesterday about some magazine called to-do list, where the publisher gets various people's to-do lists and just publishes them, context-free, I assume. I don't really know any details, since I only caught part of it. A quick search doesn't turn up anything. A slightly less quick search turns up www.todolistmagazine.com.

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Date:January 3rd, 2002 12:46 pm (UTC)
i heard the article (i'm never sure about the right word for a radio piece) too. the woman interviewed is the publisher of a magazine about lists & other minutiae. she talked about the psychology of people who make lists, how some people put in things they know they'll do, just to get themselves started. and others will put in personal things, etc.

a search at npr.org with yesterday's date, keyword lists and program all thing's considered brought up the reference.
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Date:January 3rd, 2002 01:06 pm (UTC)
how weird is this - just as I was reading your post I was thinking - I've got to floss since I got some lunch stuck....so I pull out my dental floss and click on the link for the magazine in your post and up comes this psudo list as I'm flossing:

-pay bills
-find soul mate

Who said that they could post MY to-do list?!
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