If you’re addicted to data in its purest form, then you probably love creating and maintaining databases, but for a lot of us, working on databases isn’t exactly at the top of our list of things that we love to do. One of the problems for many people is that they’re not really using the best tools for the job. Excel serves a purpose, but it’s not always the right fit for databases. Improved database tools may not instantly cure your hatred for databases, but they can improve the process and make it a little more palatable. An online service called blist takes everything that we thought we knew about databases and improves it.

There are several online database tools out there, but they basically function just like their desktop counterparts. With that said, blist uses the fact that it’s based online to its advantage and really shines in this way. No matter what you’re keeping track of, you can use blist to do the job, and even if you’re not very technical, you’ll be working on databases with blist like you’ve been doing it for years.