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A few days ago I had blogged about the forthcoming Google Calendar and some of its features and usability. Mike just scored some screen shots, and details. The screenshots from Techcrunch show that I wasn’t that off the mark, though still cannot figure out the syncing […]

A few days ago I had blogged about the forthcoming Google Calendar and some of its features and usability. Mike just scored some screen shots, and details. The screenshots from Techcrunch show that I wasn’t that off the mark, though still cannot figure out the syncing part of the equation. Mike says that it is still far from being prime-time.

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  1. Más pantallazos de Google Calendar

    Podéis encontrarlos en un post de Techcrunch: Exclusive Screenshots: Google Calendar.

  2. Hey Om,

    Just thought that I’d let you know that the link for the Google Calendar screenshots is dead. It leads to a WordPress error page. Maybe Google found out about the screenshots and made him take them down?

  3. It seems the link is now working – but it was slow. My guess is that the world is clicking to it.

  4. Tom Raftery’s I.T. views Wednesday, March 8, 2006

    Why don’t online calendar apps allow importing of existing calendars?

    Word on the blogosphere is that Google are developing an online calendar application called CL2 - Michael Arrington of TechCrunch has pictures of the app here.
    An online calendar is something I would find very useful - I have loads of information in …
    
  5. Great, iCal integration from day one. Now release this, dammit!

  6. The calendar screenshots link is not working at all for me.

  7. I’m sorry guys, but the link isn’t working. I’ve tested on every browser that I have access to and it always points to a WordPress error page.

  8. Great stuff. I hope it doesn’t flop like Base and Froogle.

  9. Google have to solve the syncing issue to make CL2 fly. That’s the Achilles heel of existing online calendars like 30 Boxes. The answer has to be SyncML.

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