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37signals Ta-da List is now closed

37signals Ta-da List is now closed
Hello, We launched Ta-da List back in January of 2005 so everyone could have a fast and free to-do list app in their web browser. There wasn’t much out there that was good in 2005. My, how things have changed. Now there are dozens and dozens of great free to-do list apps on the web and dozens more on the iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone. Because we haven’t given Ta-da List much attention in the last few years, and as part of refocusing our efforts on Basecamp — we’ve decided to retire Ta-da List. But don’t worry — any to-do lists you already created here at TadaList.com will continue to work. Thanks to everyone who used Ta-da List over the years. Onwards, Jason Fried, Founder & CEO, Basecamp

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