Emilie, every year around November starts looking for a new paper calendar, and I keep thinking how great it would be if there was a digital solution for her. I use my cell phone, and that works great for me because I have simple calendar needs. But she has massive calendaring voodoo working for her, and needs some serious mojo behind her solution. I cant wait to hear about how this works for you, and maybe look at getting one for her down the road.
Kate uses something called ipronto. She says it's OK, but I guess she's still getting used to it. Don't know if you are familiar with David Allen's "Getting Things Done" (I have the book), but he's got an iPhone app called Action Lists: GTD.
Calendar is one of my [three] primary disappointments on my spiffy new [An]droid phone. I couldn't believe that Mac ical wouldn't allow seamless integration with Google calendar. Of course, the real embarrassment was that Google calendar has wonky integration with [Google] Android cellphones. Ah well, the bleeding edge. Hopefully these folks get things sorted. I'd really love an end all be all integrated solution for calendaring. If you go all digital, be sure you back things up...
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