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Toodles was originally built on top of blockchain as a demonstration of create, read, update, and delete operations with a custom contract. Some internal stakeholders thought a task management application had no place on blockchain, and the project recieved heavy resistance. My argument was two-fold. What more basic, trustless, interaction among people is there other than collaborative work that needs to get done? The "to-do" list, where Toodles gets its name, is a common example used by developers across countless technologies to understand basic architecture. As I showed Toodles at conferences around the world, the concept gained considerable traction as a teaching tool and became a feature project. These days Toodles lives on, not on blockchain, but as a browser-based application built on web components.