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This article was published on February 14, 2011


    Strike: A super-simple to-do list, living in your browser

    Strike: A super-simple to-do list, living in your browser
    Brad McCarty
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    Brad McCarty

    A music and tech junkie who calls Nashville home, Brad is the Director TNW Academy. You can follow him on Twitter @BradMcCarty. A music and tech junkie who calls Nashville home, Brad is the Director TNW Academy. You can follow him on Twitter @BradMcCarty.

    Sometimes you don’t need a gigantic application to help you get through a list of projects. In fact, sometimes you just need something really simple. Strike is supremely simple, it looks great and it works. What more could you want?

    There are a few choices for how you can move around the elements in your list, and removing an element is as simple as dragging it off to the side. Other than that, there’s not a lot to know. It will do you well, though, to bookmark your list just in case your browser crashes. There’s no account required, so it’s not as if you can log back in to see your content.

    We did a quick video tour for you, walking you through the basic features. Strike is free, handy and clean. Those are three things where you just can’t go wrong.

    Sometimes, the greatest tools come about simply because a developer needed something to use for themselves. That’s exactly the story with Strike:

    Strike is not a project management app, and it’s not a scheduling tool with delegation or Outlook importing or any of a thousand things that just muddy the water. We needed a quick, easy way to create and share task lists and we think it’ll help you too.

    Give it a shot, let us know what you thin. The guys at Zurb do some great work, and we love when we get the latest tips from them.