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Sunrise will e-mail your daily agenda to you each morning

Wake up each morning with the day's agenda in your in-box.

It's Friday. I don't have much planned on Fridays. Ever.
Screenshot by Jason Cipriani/CNET

Technology was supposed to make managing a hectic schedule easy. Setting up a Google Calendar was supposed to streamline your calendar, telling you where you needed to be and when you needed to be there. The same can be said about Facebook Events, iCloud, Yahoo, AOL, and on and on. The point is, in some regards, technology has gotten in the way of making our lives easier and keeping a calendar is one of those areas.

Depending on your friends and family members, you may receive event invites on Facebook, Google Calendar, and iCloud. All of which have unique methods for syncing, and limits on how they can be synced. Managing multiple calendars and remembering every event can create more work than any of us like to take on. Your calendars need to be streamlined and combined into one easy-to-understand list. And that's exactly what Sunrise does. links to your Facebook, Google Calendar, LinkedIn, and Eventbrite accounts. Then, each morning you'll receive an e-mail from Sunrise with a nice list of the day's agenda -- it even includes the weather forecast for the day. If you've connected your LinkedIn account to Sunrise, and your fellow meeting attendees have a LinkedIn account, you'll be able to view information about the person by following a link in the event description.

Get started with Sunrise by visiting and signing up today.