iCal, Sunbird, and Lightning are great applications but they only work locally on your computer. It’s not anyone’s fault – its just the way they were designed. Google Calendar makes for a great back-end when you want to sync calendars across multiple devices, like iCal at home, your Blackberry / iPhone, and your work computer(s).
But what do you do if you’ve been using a calendaring system like iCal or Sunbird/Lightning for years, locally, on one Mac?
Recently, a reader asked such a question on a previous article and here is how you do it.
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LCD Monitors displaying slideshows in businesses and schools are all over the place. Ever wonder how they made these slideshows? Ever want to make one of your own? You can easily create video slideshow DVDs of your vacation, holidays or birthday parties. All you need is iPhoto, iDVD, a blank DVD and the following tutorial. Continue reading →
OS X can be tricky to learn at times. Sure the simple interface that “just works” is fine for some. For others, delving into the depth of OS X can be a harrowing experience. Fortunately there are some well written books out there. Each of these books is aimed at different levels of expertise and […] Continue reading →