My schedule, which I will now stick to

I’ve tried writing down my schedule on my Handspring before, but I didn’t have much reason to stick to it, because nobody could see it but me. So nobody would know if I changed it, or just ignored it completely.

Now that I have a shiny new Mac and a account, those days are over.

You can view my calendar in any web browser, although it seems that you can only see it in Eastern Standard Time, which may be confusing to those in different time zones (including me, since I’m in California!)

You can subscribe to my calendar with either iCal or Mozilla Calendar. Mozilla Calendar is becoming quite usable, I suggest checking it out if you’re on Windows or Linux and using Mozilla Suite, Firefox or Thunderbird.  Unsurprisingly the Mac version isn’t receiving much attention since we have iCal already. Mozilla Calendar is based on the open iCal standard, so it’s completely interoperable.  Hooray for open standards!

I now make this pledge to the world: My schedule will be at least 90% accurate from this day forward.  You should be able to look at my schedule and be reasonably certain that I am actually doing the things I claim to be doing at the times that I claim to be doing them.  If after following my schedule for a while, you determine that I have not followed through on this promise, you are to beat me with large sticks or shave my head or do something equally horrendous.  When I am not certain of my schedule, I won’t write anything down, or I will put question marks on the appointments.  So there!

10 thoughts on “My schedule, which I will now stick to

  1. ” We’re sorry but we cannot find the iCal you’ve requested.
    It’s possible that it has been deleted or renamed. “

    i was just going to check it out to let you know how utterly stalkable you are. but apparently you’re not, so nevermind.

    • I think I fixed the URL, try again? I accidentally put a space (%20) at the beginning of the URL (LiveJournal clients will help you make those kinds of mistakes).

      • mmm nope. could it be that i don’t have an account? though i think they’d be a bit more crafty than to give an incorrect error message…
        but i don’t think it was the space’s fault; if it were before the url, IE wouldnt even access the page, and if it were after, i think it’s usually eliminated (or i’d see a %20, which i didn’t before, either.)

  2. this is a rather odd question from someone you don’t know but do we share relation?

    I’m dan pavlosky from kearny, new jersey and I’m terribly unfamiliar with my extended family wherever they may be. I don’t know a god damned thing about any of them, except for the ones that went insane and want to literally murder me.. oh well.

    • No idea dude, but to the best of my knowledge Pavlosky is a unique spelling. It was spelled Pavlovsky back in Slovakia and got demented at Ellis Island, so anyone with the same spelling is probably related somehow. And I am from New Jersey. Can’t say I’ve ever heard of you or any relatives in Kearny, though. It’s quite possible that immigration officials screwed up on more than one occasion šŸ™‚

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