iCal Released

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  1. Shrek macrumors 65816

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    iCal, the innovative new calendar program that lets people manage multiple calendars and share them over the Internet, is now available for free download.

    "iCal is an elegant personal calendar application that helps you manage your life and your time better than ever before. iCal lets you keep track of your appointments and events with multiple calendars featuring at-a-glance views of upcoming activities by day, week or month."
     
  2. Shrek thread starter macrumors 65816

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    At least I have the correct URL and posted it in the correct forum, too. :p
     
  3. FattyMembrane macrumors 6502a

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    did anyone ever read "A Clockwork Orange"? i can't help but laugh at anything branded "cal" (and from the reports on its speed, this seems to be the case).
     
  4. krossfyter macrumors 601

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    iCAl is not going to get much work in my world. i really have no use for it. If im busy im too busy to write what im busy about on this calendar. Things change in my world ... im a spontaneous creature not so limited to time constraints or what not. I guess this app isn’t my bag. Did apple create anything for the spontaneous people out there? :D
     
  5. jelloshotsrule macrumors G3

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    os x helps me be pretty spontaneous. :)
     
  6. zimv20 macrumors 601

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    yeah, applestore.

    :)
     
  7. krossfyter macrumors 601

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    i ment in terms of an app. but yeah applestore will do.... but unfortunatly the nearest one to me is about 4 to 5 hours away i believe.
     
  8. krossfyter macrumors 601

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    true true. i ment an app though...not an os... but yeah os does help.
     
  9. zimv20 macrumors 601

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    aw, nuts, what i meant was applestore. com.

    i'm most spontaneous in Final Draft, a script writing program.

    but any text editor would do. sometimes i'm spontaneous in vi.
     
  10. krossfyter macrumors 601

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    okay so i go in there and buy everything that i see on the first page of applestore.com? thats spontaneous for hella sure but also not too wise if one does not have the money :D ;)

    so whats "vi" ? i use microcrap word for mac as my text editor.
     
  11. ShaolinMiddleFinger macrumors 6502a

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    Anyone know if you can import the date book from Palm 4.0 to iCal?
     
  12. blackpeter macrumors 6502a

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    If not... keep an eye on VersionTracker. Someone's sure to make an app to do this.
     
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  14. ShaolinMiddleFinger macrumors 6502a

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    Alright....I've played with it.....Biggest suck=it's way too slow.

    You can import the datebook from Palm....not directly, though
     
  15. zimv20 macrumors 601

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    yeah, maybe that's just impulsive.

    vi is a unix text editor. i was using it in 1984, and i know it's older than that. no mouse crap, it's all keyboard commands and designed for writing code. i could code super fast in it.

    not a word processor by any means. and it had a good-sized learning curve.
     

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