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Scrybe - what Google Calendar should have been

by phunk0ne / October 20, 2006 6:51 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) Interesting. Signed up for beta.
by Owyn / October 20, 2006 7:16 AM PDT
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Scrybe lives up to the demo
by Owyn / November 2, 2006 1:04 AM PST

''In this first beta, Scrybe doesn't have enough of its features built out yet to make it a useful calendar (there's no sharing or inviting, for instance). The Web clipping function in the video demo isn't in yet. But more importantly, I'm not convinced that Scrybe's great user interface will be enough to win over users already accustomed to the full feature sets in Outlook, Google Calendar, or in upstarts like 30 Boxes. Scrybe is solving the calendar problem in a neat new way, but some of the old ways aren't all that bad. The offline function is awesome, though, and might make the difference for users who spend enough time offline to get frustrated with online applications.''


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Here is the direct link.
by runescapehackerpro / November 2, 2006 1:58 AM PST
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