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Uma Thurman was in sizzling shape and style on Sunday when she attended the launch presentation of the 2014 Campari Calendar in Milan, Italy. The unveiling of the full range of highly anticipated imagery of the 2014 Campari calendar featuring Uma Thurman and photographed by the famous photographer Koto Bolofo was themed “Worldwide Celebrations,” and it marked the 15th edition of the …
Google has just announced that they are making Google Calendar much more friendly to Latin American Spanish speakers. Starting today, Google Calendar has a new Español (Latinoamérica) option. Spanish is spoken is much of the world, but the Spanish isn’t the same in every location. Google knows this, and has made a Spanish variant that better suits their Latin American …
Windows 8 users have probably come to know three apps very well – Mail, Calendar and People. To help provide a better experience to those using these apps, Microsoft has released an update that improves overall stability while adding new features. For many, the Mail app is probably the most used app in the Metro interface. As such, Microsoft is …
Google has launched an update to the Google Calendar app for Android. New features include: the ability to call and go to a map directly from notifications, location suggestion on even creation and quick event creation from month view. The app can be found in the Google Play Store. The app requires Android 4.0.3 or higher. It has been reviewed …
How does MySpace plan to stop the outward flow of traffic to Facebook and Twitter. Apparently, by connecting with them and an ongoing series of launches rather than a single splashy makeover.
Whenever Google’s services don’t quite work the way they’re supposed to, we typically accept it as the downside of getting so many great services for free, right?
Well, what about the Google services we actually pay for? Shouldn’t we hold Google to a higher standard for such services?
How do you leverage a the Web and Internet marketing to promote your upcoming event? There are so many channels of distribution, the possibilities are almost endless. Here’s a checklist of what I did to promote an upcoming workshop I’m teaching at flyte called "How to Plan, Build and Promote a Business Blog."
Eric Schmidt recently said that he wants Google to be able to answer the question, “What shall I do tomorrow?” That was creepy, yet the company’s latest product should be able to provide a response without bothering the foil-hat types. Behold: a calendar application for mobile devices.
It’s a new year, and perhaps one of your resolutions is to get more organized. Using a calendar would certainly help with that, right? If you’re in the mood to play “Follow the Leader,” new data indicates that you’ll likely select Google Calendar – it just surpassed MSN Calendar in terms of traffic, and looks poised to catch up with Yahoo Calendar.
Michael Arrington has scored some leaked screenshots of Google’s Calendar, long rumored and in development as “CL2″.
Owning a small business isn’t easy, especially if you are running it alone. Between moving products, taking orders, paying bills, and taking care of family, it is easy to lose track of everything you need to do. Using a calendar template to organize and manage your marketing strategy will ensure you don’t drop the ball with one of the most important parts of your business.
Editors Note: There are rumors circulating that Google is contemplating the release of web-based calendar, which would perform much like a personal date book or organizer. The source for these rumors seems to be increased Googlebot activity to a site featuring a web calendar.
Every business experiences slower periods. For some, they sell more during the Christmas season while others move at a snail pace. Some sell more during the summer and others less. The key is being aware of your seasons and alternatives available to solve the challenge and change the results.
I just had a great idea. About four or five times a month, I find myself at some sort of business lunch. Whether with a client, prospective client, colleague, whatever, it’s the rare week that goes by where I’m not lunching with someone in the middle of the work day.
A Flash MX component designed for displaying events that occur in a variety of different patterns including once-off, weekly, monthly and yearly recurring. The design is easily reskinned, and the event data easily extended.
Outlook XP offers a new feature that allows you to color-code appointments and meetings. If you use the Outlook Calendar to track a variety of appointments and meetings, color-coding will allow you to quickly and easily distinguish between the various types.