iCal improvements are subtle, but welcome none-the-less. The big surprise is iSync. I passed on the first release, but I'm giving v1.0 a shot. Right now, I'm only using it to sync my Palm, and I love how effortless the set-up was! And syncing is just as slick — especially the dialog boxes that let you know what changes, additions, deletions will be made to each device, and the fact that it isolates and resolves conflicting data btwn the two devices! 2 syncs, and I was totally set up. Looking forward to syncing to-do's and notes in the next release. But I am now able to pull the lid shut on Entourage! <br><br>
I have used it with my iPod and it's cool. I guess one day if my life gets complicated enough to use a palm pilot type of thing, then I'll get one.<br><br><br>[color:red]Don't make me open this on you!</font color=red><br>
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