I've been a member of listography.com since June of last year and I wasn't able to update my post back then. I got the chance to open it now and played around the site and discovered how helpful this site was especially to people who are OC or just basically organize with their works and other stuff.
What is Listography.com? It is basically a book and personal web application which allows users to create and share lists. Through list-making, users can shape an autobiography and create references for themselves and others. Some common types of lists are: favorites, wishlists, to-do lists, catalogs, memories, and photo lists. I'm more of a to-do list person. I always reuse the back sheet of papers and staple them so that it will look like a mini-notebook where I can write anything on my list. By that way, I can also recycle some used stuff.
To be a listographer, first you have to sign up. It's very easy and it's FREE! After that, you can start making list. What I like with this site is that you have the option to format it once something has been done in your to-do list! Try to create one of your own.
Notice that there's a strike-through on my list. It only means that I already accomplished something. Well, this really helps me a lot in some ways. I love to be organized most of the time.
You, do you know any sites that has been useful to you like LISTOGRAPHY? Share it here! (づ｡◕‿‿◕｡)づ