- US Holidays, plus the national holidays of more than 20 countries
- Religious Holidays
- Astronomy calendar
- World Events Calendar
- Celebrity Birthdays
- DVD Releases
- Movie Releases
It is funny to see how Google managed to cause a significant surge of interest and creativity by launching their calendar. Yahoo Calendar has been around for almost 10 years and nobody pays attention to it.
Google Calendar is Ajax-based and it works like a desktop application (and better). Somehow I never liked Outlook and I was not very impressed with 30Boxes, so it looks like this is the solution for me. The new calendar even has keyboard shortcuts that are logical and easy to remember: M for Month view, D for Day, W for Week, A for Agenda and C for Create.
I wonder if a medical office can use Google Calendar to show open slots in which patients can schedule their own appointments... It should not be that difficult to do.
It's done: Google Calendar for Doctors: Help Patients See Your Practice Schedule and Make Appointments
One can use Google Calendar to chronicle past events: Google Calendar as your long term memory. LifeHacker.com.
Jay Parkinson, a doctor without an office, uses G Calendar to schedule appointments
Google Calendar: Staying organized has never been so easy. The Unofficial Google Weblog.
An Open-Access Doctor's Office. BusinessWeek.com.