Google Calendar has Launched!



As of tonight, Google calendar has launched!

calendar.google.com is now live and redirects to the real CL2 login screen.

It has the typical Google interface (pretty slick) and looks like a cool application. I’m excited to use it and compare the Google calendar to MS Outlook. I’m glad there’s an import feature where I can import my MS Outlook calendar.

There’s a cool little bar on the upper left hand corner of the screen that links you between google products: search, gmail, calendar. Useful and well placed! Now if that button would only be present throughout Google, that’d be nice. Also, I’m a fan of color coding my events, so I’d like that feature added as well.

Yeah for Google and their Calendar! 🙂 Now we’ll have to see how practical it is. Will it replace my Outlook? Probably not, as that’s what I use for work, but it’ll be good to compare the two.

(Via ZNet Googling Google Blog)

Google Calendar has Launched!



As of tonight, Google calendar has launched!

calendar.google.com is now live and redirects to the real CL2 login screen.

It has the typical Google interface (pretty slick) and looks like a cool application. I’m excited to use it and compare the Google calendar to MS Outlook. I’m glad there’s an import feature where I can import my MS Outlook calendar.

There’s a cool little bar on the upper left hand corner of the screen that links you between google products: search, gmail, calendar. Useful and well placed! Now if that button would only be present throughout Google, that’d be nice. Also, I’m a fan of color coding my events, so I’d like that feature added as well.

Yeah for Google and their Calendar! 🙂 Now we’ll have to see how practical it is. Will it replace my Outlook? Probably not, as that’s what I use for work, but it’ll be good to compare the two.

(Via ZNet Googling Google Blog)

Lying in Hollywood – Wilmer Valderrama



You may recall that Wilmer Valderrama dished on Howard Stern’s Sirius radio show about all of his conquests with Hollywood ladies. Turns out that one of those ladies, Jennifer Love Hewitt, is calling his bluff.

Hewitt responded to Wilmer’s bragging with laughter: “I was told, like, that we had all these very steamy encounters, and I was like, really! Well, I would have loved to have been there!”

Oh the tall tales that are weaved in Hollywood. Makes you wonder what else he said that wasn’t the truth.

(Via Popsugar and Tittle-Tattle)

Lying in Hollywood – Wilmer Valderrama



You may recall that Wilmer Valderrama dished on Howard Stern’s Sirius radio show about all of his conquests with Hollywood ladies. Turns out that one of those ladies, Jennifer Love Hewitt, is calling his bluff.

Hewitt responded to Wilmer’s bragging with laughter: “I was told, like, that we had all these very steamy encounters, and I was like, really! Well, I would have loved to have been there!”

Oh the tall tales that are weaved in Hollywood. Makes you wonder what else he said that wasn’t the truth.

(Via Popsugar and Tittle-Tattle)

Google makes 12 cents for every search performed



A dime and two pennies may not sound like much cash, but when you consider the number of searches perfomed, it really adds up! According to figures gathered by Nielsen/NetRatings, Americans alone did more than 2.7 billion searches on Google in January 2006. So just in Jan 2006, Google made $324 million. Wow, what a cash cow for Google!

For further information, check out the full story courtesy of BBC News.

(Via BBC News)