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Today Apple’s iCal application turns the rip old age of five. In case you hadn’t noticed, the iCal application ican stays a constant “July 17″ which, not surprisingly, also happens to be the day it was released to the masses (ie. its birth). iCal is currently […]

iCal Birthday Today Apple’s iCal application turns the rip old age of five.

In case you hadn’t noticed, the iCal application ican stays a constant “July 17″ which, not surprisingly, also happens to be the day it was released to the masses (ie. its birth).

iCal is currently at version 2.0.5 with a fairly major update coming when Leopard is released next decade.

Hat tip: TUAW

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By Josh Pigford
  1. I cracked up when you wrote “iCal is currently at version 2.0.5 with a fairly major update coming when Leopard is released next decade.”

    Amen, brother.

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  2. A work-around to the “stuck on the 17th” has been around for years.

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  3. or you can just hack the time in the menu bar to show the date

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  4. Or just leave iCal open all of the time.

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  5. July 17.

    See I had been thinking this entire time it was because on July 17, 2003 I got my first Mac, and started up iCal for the first time.

    I had no idea this was the reason. What a cool coincidence. :-)

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