I finally converted to using Google Calendar and Nuevasync with sully, the name of mi iPhone blaco, and with that, my schedule will be posted and updated on a regular basis (<-- whatever regular means). Nuevasync offers a free solution in competition with Apple's MobileMe (failure) but since it is in its infancy, certain features such as multiple calendars and colors still have yet to be implemented. It's an awesome application and setup was a breeze. Check out the link to the right or click here for my calendar. If you have an Apple iPhone or iPod Touch, I would highly recommend checking out one of the best "how-to's" at theiLife.com written by Kevin Hobin. If you follow all his set directions, I don't see how you could go wrong. Be forewarned though that all your current contacts and calendars will be erased and replaced with the information on their servers. Backup first and be sure to read the full instructions on how to do it without the sacrifice of your data.
I'm not sure if I mentioned that I finally got my first speeding ticket in the Atlanta area, but because of my recklessness, I have to appear in court on October 9 somewhere in Fulton County. I was, of course, going with the flow of traffic and was in full uniform on my way to work. What makes things a little more difficult is the fact that I have to work on the day of my set appearance.
Apparently, the state of Georgia or Fulton County what have you, doesn't mail you anything in terms of instructions or any corresspondance in accordance to the ticket/fine. It is up to you to look up your fine, get a cashier's check and mail it in or visit the court house in person. That's pretty backwards really and I can see how a lot of citizens could simply become tardy in that manner. From my friend's experiences in California, you at least get a formal letter / citation telling you and giving you much clearer instructions. It's just all a mess down here.