Hive Five: Five Best People-Search Engines SExpand Need to do a little online detective work? Track down anyone from long lost schoolmates to the new friend whose number you've lost with this assortment of powerful people-search engines. Photo by Byrne7214. Earlier this week we asked you to share which search engines you use to find people.
SExpand Windows/Mac/Linux (All platforms): Google Desktop's gadgets are looking more helpful these days, with the addition of an official Google Calendar gadget that puts your appointments at your fingertips. Like the previously mentioned Gmail gadget, Google's own Calendar gadget offers quick access to straight-up GCal or Google Apps calendars, and allows for multiple instances if you're on lots of different schedules. Pull it up with the Shift-Shift tap for Desktop gadgets, and you can view your appointments in day-by-day, monthly calendar/agenda, or agenda-only view. Here's a full shot of what it looks like—while Google's blog post shows a map being drawn for location-specific items, it wasn't drawing on my screen for some reason. Unlike the Gmail gadget, the Google Calendar Gadget runs on Google Desktop 5 for Macs and Linux, as well as Windows. Featured Download: Google Calendar Desktop Gadget Released
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Calendar! We fixed the calendar to include this year and next year. NOTE: There was a problem with the previous calendar, please clear your cache if the dates are messed up. What is a PocketMod? The PocketMod is a new way to keep yourself organized. Lets face it, PDAs are too expensive and cumbersome, and organizers are bulky and hard to carry around.
Templates: Create Custom Planner Templates with Dynamic Template This looks VERY promising! I am very impressed with the set of calendar formats that it supports thus far. I was particularly impressed at the difference between "1 year on one page" versus "1 year on two pages." It's not totally complete yet - there are hooks for future work on "Notes", "Checklists", and "Charts."