He lays out five reasons for preferring the Google offering, but is particularly taken with the Daily Agenda feature:
Every day, Google Calendar can send you an email at 5 AM laying out the events of the rest of your day. This is killer, itâ€™s like Google just hired a personal secretary for everyone on Earth.
And he sees a long-term upside in this too:
And once people realize that they donâ€™t actually need Microsoft Office to Get Things Done, theyâ€™ll soon realize that they donâ€™t actually need Microsoft Windows either.
Then you can read Matthew Hollingsworth’s post at Nontrivial Exercises.
He explains in some detail why 30 Boxes is much better than Google’s calendar.
- Draining the online calendar swamp
- Get weather in Google Calendar, iCal
- Google Calendar and iCal Tutorial
- Is Google the new .Mac?
- From .Mac to Gmail without pain
Tags: CL2, Google calendar, iCal, web 2.0