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Is there a website to create, manage, and share bucket lists (things to do before you die)? Something with sharing and badges would be great...

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tadalist.com or other products from 37 signals are pretty nice. – Miro A. Jul 9 '10 at 17:39

Try http://sharebuckets.com/

Funny you should ask this question, as an old work buddy of mine just launched this site like three weeks ago.

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I think this makes all other answers moot :) I will totally be signing up for this one later... – Jessie Jul 9 '10 at 20:47

http://www.43things.com/ may be a good place to create such a list.

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this looks closer to what I want, though I wish it had soe kinda reward badge or something just so I can feel more accomplished :) thanks! – SelAromDotNet Jul 9 '10 at 17:36
Well, they don't have badges, but they do have "cheers" - I haven't used the site enough to receive any "cheers" but I'm sure its nice :) – Jessie Jul 9 '10 at 17:41

You can try http://superviva.com/.

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looks kinda busy and complicated, but thanks I'll take a look! – SelAromDotNet Jul 9 '10 at 17:32


It's a "stealth" product from Google and ties into your Google+ Circles. A lot of what people enter is "bucket list" type stuff, but there's also a way to find things to do that are close to you or are related to your interests.

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