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July 3, 2011 at 12:13pm
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When I created the Day Zero Project website I did so to solve two basic problems: 1. A number of people contacted me wanted somewhere to post there 101 Things lists, and 2. The hardest part of creating a list is coming up with ideas. It is this second objective that I am most interested in exploring and building on as I largely see the purpose of sharing lists is to act as inspiration to others.
Right now there are a number of ways to find ideas on the site - you can browse random lists, play with the Idea Finder, read through some of the feature theme lists, or look through the Top 101 list.
These are all great sources of ideas but don’t give you an idea of what the Day Zero community are working on right now. So the latest feature I am adding is the first step in making the site more “real-time” - Tag pages! Now you can see what the latest goals added and updated are according to a range of categories. I’ve also added a Top Ten list of goals To Do and Done, and a selection of random tasks to the bottom of the page.
Check out the tag page for the Lists tag to see a good example.
I’ll be adding more categories soon, and more cool features to these pages, so check back regularly as things evolve. These tags have been applied to all popular goals, and more are being added constantly. Note: While it is not currently possible to tag your own goals, I’m looking into ways to enable this in the future.

When I created the Day Zero Project website I did so to solve two basic problems: 1. A number of people contacted me wanted somewhere to post there 101 Things lists, and 2. The hardest part of creating a list is coming up with ideas. It is this second objective that I am most interested in exploring and building on as I largely see the purpose of sharing lists is to act as inspiration to others.

Right now there are a number of ways to find ideas on the site - you can browse random lists, play with the Idea Finder, read through some of the feature theme lists, or look through the Top 101 list.

These are all great sources of ideas but don’t give you an idea of what the Day Zero community are working on right now. So the latest feature I am adding is the first step in making the site more “real-time” - Tag pages! Now you can see what the latest goals added and updated are according to a range of categories. I’ve also added a Top Ten list of goals To Do and Done, and a selection of random tasks to the bottom of the page.

Check out the tag page for the Lists tag to see a good example.

I’ll be adding more categories soon, and more cool features to these pages, so check back regularly as things evolve. These tags have been applied to all popular goals, and more are being added constantly. Note: While it is not currently possible to tag your own goals, I’m looking into ways to enable this in the future.

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