I keep several large whiteboards at home that handle all of my daily, weekly, quarterly and long-term tasks/projects. I do not want to carry a day planner around given the way my life is, I use my phone. I haven't particularly decided on an electronic to-do list, but I've decided against RTM. Right now I just sort of email myself reminders (from the computer or the phone) and write them down at home. There has to be a better way.
I want to keep my physical listings in sync with my electronic listings. What's the best way to do this? My main goal is to be able to remember tasks assigned to myself during the day so that they can be transferred to my whiteboards at home. I don't want my at-home to-do lists to be electronic, so something like evernote that syncs won't work with to-do, but it is an effective tool for remembering specific things.
Per suggestion from comment, what I do like about RTM/Evernote is that I can manage my lists and tasks via a web interface AND on my android phone. I'm currently trying List Master Pro for Android and what I dislike about it most is the lack of a web interface. I also disliked Tasks N Todos because of that, but I did like that it synced with gtasks.
Cloud-based is good, but subscription based is not, for me. Web interface makes it easy to transfer from the computer to the whiteboards. I guess this is why I've been emailing myself, it meets all of these requirements, but it's difficult to create lists, but as one answer pointed out, it gives me time to prioritize as I transfer