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Great to see you at the official Calendar42 blog! We like to share our thoughts, ideas, and insights with you guys, please feel free to add any comments or input you might have!

Journeys in Calendar42

Calendar42 seamlessly integrates real-time up-to-date travel information within your daily life. Based on your appointments, conversations, current location and life traffic situations, it makes sure you always have the right information at hand.

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  • Posted 17 hours ago
  • July 22nd, 2014

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improving our mobile app

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Since we released our mobile app we have been working around the clock to improve it. Currently the main goal of the app is still to support our Flex42 and Track42 users, although it also already gained traction among other adventurous planners.

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  • Posted 1 week ago
  • July 15th, 2014

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2006, the history of the digital calendar

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2006, was the year Google came into the digital calendar market with their online system “Google Calendar“. From the beginning of the nineties, until this point, little innovation had actually taken place in digital calendars. Although they were definitely not the first to bring the digital calendar online, its entry was met with high expectations.

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  • Posted 1 week ago
  • July 10th, 2014

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Calendar42 wins 2 awards! @ITS Helsinki

Yes! We have won, not one, but two awards in the European  ITS in your pocket 2014 competition.

Calendar42 became first in the category: ‘Boost the use of multimodal transportation’, one of the three main categories at the event. Next to that we also won an additional award for the ‘Best application utilizing open data’. Winning two out of six awards with forty-six submissions from twenty countries felt pretty awesome.

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  • Posted 1 month ago
  • June 19th, 2014

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Flexible Lifestyle - Polychronicity vs. Monochronicity

Flexible Lifestyles

A flexible lifestyle is defined as a way of living in which people plan their life by easily and last- minute responding to the dynamic circumstances surrounding them. People with this lifestyle have a shorter planning horizon and tend to act more impulsive. For instance responding on the weather by procrastinating work to the evening as to still enjoy a bit of the unexpected sunshine in the afternoon. Or arriving late at a meeting just to get a cup of coffee with a friend that has been away for a while. 

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  • Posted 1 month ago
  • June 3rd, 2014

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1993 (2), the history of the digital calendar

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1993, brought forward something completely different, a slight peak into the future: the Apple Newton operating system. It was found on devices in the so called PDA (personal digital assistant) category, like the Apple MessagePad9 and it relied heavily on handwriting recognition.

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  • Posted 1 month ago
  • June 3rd, 2014

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1986, the history of the digital calendar

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1986, brought the first so-called GroupWare in the form of a WordPerfect extension called WordPerfect Library. GroupWare was a set of linked productivity tools, including a calendar. This one actually allowed for sharing of calendars (and contacts) between people within the same internal network. All of this in an astounding 482 kilobyte, distributed over two floppy disks.

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  • Posted 4 months ago
  • March 14th, 2014

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