Daily Todo is a gorgeous, minimalistic manager for repetitive tasks
And every now and then I come across something that completely, and beautifully, bucks this trend. Daily Todo is one such tool. The Web is full of task managers, including ones aimed specifically at recurring tasks such as Joe's Goals.
But this thing... this thing is the zen garden of repetitive task managers. No account required; no banners, no documentation, no options, no tagging, no About page, nothing. I mean, one less feature and this thing would not even work.
To start using the tool, hit the huge button that says Create your Daily Todo list. Then just enter your list, one item per line. You then get to your list, showing your items with a check mark along each item. Each check mark has a few dots next to it, to show you previous days, so you can see if you did the task or not.
This is almost as good as Sciral Consistency. I'm still waiting for someone to remake that exact utility into a free Web app.
[Via the wonderful One Thing Well, which you should really read if you like this sort of minimalism.]