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Posted on 2014-12-17
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I would like to write or find a simple time manager / todo list and run it on one of my home severs.

I would also like to hang a droid tablet or cell phone on the wall like a picture.  If it is tuesday I would like to have a task of taking out the trash.

Come to think of it, it would be more like a calender with events.  

Here is the kicker

I would like the calender to be date aware, if it is tuedsay I do not want to need to refresh the web page, it should say it is tuesday even if I have not touched the system for a while.  

I think back in the day they used rss feeds for this , what ever that is :)


If there is a better way to do this let me know, I thought about skipping all this and just do a pyton script in a cron job  

or it could be out there ready to download

timfox123

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Why not put a reminder app on your Android phone?

I highly recommend Life Reminders. I use it for everything from taking out the trash, to birthday reminders, to seasonal chores around the house, and much more.
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