Member since: Oct 20th, 2006
May 2nd 2008 6:17PM Can't wait until it's available for Linux and Mac.
Jan 21st 2008 12:22PM I have to subscribe separately for a voice plan. What kid of deal is that? I pay nearly $50/month for a family plan. That's no data. So, I'd have to pay nearly $120/month for the lowest data plan?Jaw dropping my foot. I'll drop my jaw when our data plans compete with European/Asian rates.
Oct 20th 2006 2:32PM "they simply provide intelligent printable templates that can be folded and tucked into your back pocket, so you can take all of the relevant information you need with you for the coming week. Brilliant."I don't see how writing things down twice (once on the paper and the second time when I am back at the computer) is brilliant. Certainly not better than syncing with a PDA or phone. Write it once and let the computer do the syncing.Until I can get wireless/Internet access wherever I am, I will continue using my Outlook/PDA combo. If Outlook 2007 really will offer iCal syncing, I may switch then.
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