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Front announces Front Calendar to integrate scheduling with shared inboxes

Front, the company that lets you manage your inboxes as a team, acquired Meetingbird last year. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Front is about to roll out its own calendar. This way, you can manage meetings within Front and find time that works for everyone. Integrating emails with your calendar makes a ...

Calendar influencers? Event social network IRL raises $8M

Why is there no app where you can follow party animals, concert snobs or conference butterflies for their curated suggestions of events? That’s the next phase of social calendar app IRL that’s launching today on iOS to help you make and discuss plans with friends or discover nearby happenings to fill out your schedule. The ...

The Google Assistant can now finally manage your G Suite Calendar

As part of its Cloud Next conference, Google today announced a small but welcome new Google Assistant feature that allows Google’s virtual assistant to finally help you manage your work calendar in G Suite. Traditionally, as Google rightly notes, the Assistant has mostly been about helping you keep track of your personal life. Now, however, ...

A store for flat earthers by flat earthers

It's not too late to get your conspiracy-theory-lovin' sweetie something they really want for the holidays: validation that the earth is flat.

Start with this flat earth calendar ($13.22) and stay for the flat earth posters, stickers, decals, magnets, prints, tees, and tote bags. Find all of it at UK-based Etsy shop Flat ...

A look at some quirky, and downright strange, 2019 calendars

It hurts me to say this but 2019 is nearly here, and that means stores are filled with calendars.

Well, my daughter and I are traveling this week and while out at one of our favorite stores in Arizona, we saw a huge display of wall calendars. Because of the sheer quantity of them, we couldn't ...

Do you remember the 21st night of September?

"Do you remember the 21st night of September?"

Happy 40th anniversary to Earth, Wind & Fire's "September," which was actually released on November 18, 1978. What's the significance of September 21 in the lyrics? Well, none.

"We went through all the dates: 'Do you remember the first, the second, the third, the fourth ... ' and ...

Primary 90-Sacred-Year Age of Enos

06.21.2011 · Posted in Science Articles

Primary 90-Sacred-Year Age of Enos defines partitions within the Antediluvian Calendar year. Mayan 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years and 360-day-Tun-years describe the primary characters from Adam to Enoch in Genesis 5. Enos is the third Antediluvian Patriarch in the chain that quarters the 360-year-Tun-cycle with a primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age. ...

Secondary 815-Year Age of Enos

06.21.2011 · Posted in Humanities Articles

Secondary 815-Year Age of Enos explains how the Holy Bible counts two Mayan Calendar 400-year-Baktun-cycles for the third Antediluvian Patriarch named Enos. Enos lived for 815-years in the secondary age category after the birth of his son, Cainan. ...

IMAP vs. POP3 ” What Are The Differences?

10.27.2009 · Posted in Self Improvement Articles

How should I receive my mails today? Should I user POP3 or better IMAP? What are my options and what are the differences and benefits? When should you use POP3 and when IMAP? ...