, Eric Harshbarger
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on Nov 23, 2007 - 0 comments
Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on November 22nd, 2007:
Business-card sized calendar by Adam J Sporka
This looks really pretty but I don’t find it very intuitive at all.
- framework – A phonography/field recording podcast; contextual and decontextualized sound activity presented by Patrick McGinley.
- How many points is “LEGO” worth? – Eric Harshbarger made a Scrabble board from LEGO.
Calgoo has officially launched their beta calendar sharing program (Windows, Mac and Linux).
Calgoo Calendar screenshot
Calgoo aggregates, displays and manages events from multiple calendar sources: Google, Outlook and iCal. It uses the Google Calendar Data API to synchronize with and store events on Google Calendar.
Calgoo lets you:
- Find the calendars, schedules and appointments you need
- Use them and arrange them your way
- Share calendars and appointments with those that need to know
Check it out on Calgoo.com.
iConcertCal is a free iTunes plug-in that monitors your music library and generates a personalized calendar of upcoming concerts in your city.
When iConcertCal first starts up it will try to automatically figure out what city and state you are in by checking your ip adress. But you can easily change your current city and state to search for shows in another town near you, or in a town where you plan to visit.
iConcertCal showing upcoming concerts
Currently iConcertCal only searches for concerts within the United States, but the next version (due out in a few days) will also support international searches.
iConcertCal is available for both Windows and Mac OS X.