FULLFILL YOUR CALENDAR NEEDS WITH WEB SITES.Byline: - Laurie Beasley
If that last page in your 1997 calendar is still staring you in the face, its margins now crowded with scribbled notations of 1998 appointments, it's time It's Time was a successful political campaign run by the Australian Labor Party (ALP) under Gough Whitlam at the 1972 election in Australia. Campaigning on the perceived need for change after 23 years of conservative (Liberal Party of Australia) government, Labor put forward a to cut your losses.
Chances are you've made all the excuses already: too busy, too many to choose from, too expensive.
Whatever the reason, time's a-wastin'. So, if you've got access to the Internet, log on and get with the new year.
Whether you're logging the full moons in 1998 or counting down the days until the millennium, the Web has a calendar to suit your tastes.
http://www.juneau.com/home/janice/calendarland - CalendarLand has a wide selection of celestial ce·les·tial
1. Of or relating to the sky or the heavens: Planets are celestial bodies.
2. Of or relating to heaven; divine: celestial beings.
3. , cultural and interactive calendars.
http://www.mnsinc.com/utopia/Calendar/Virtual(UNDERSCORE The underscore character (_) is often used to make file, field and variable names more readable when blank spaces are not allowed. For example, NOVEL_1A.DOC, FIRST_NAME and Start_Routine.
(character) underscore - _, ASCII 95. )Calendars.html - For a no-frills glance at the year ahead (or any other year in the 20th and 21st centuries) visit the Virtual Calendar.
http://calendar.stwing.upenn.edu/ - Remind U-Mail calls itself ``your personalized per·son·al·ize
tr.v. per·son·al·ized, per·son·al·iz·ing, per·son·al·iz·es
1. To take (a general remark or characterization) in a personal manner.
2. To attribute human or personal qualities to; personify. Web-calendar.'' This unusual service allows you to sign up for a free account and keep track of important events with a personal calendar page and e-mail reminders.
http://www.zapcom.net/phoenix.arabeth/1world.html - The One-World Global Calendar contains thousands of holidays and celebrations from all religions and cultures - modern, tribal and ancient as well as information on meteors, new and full moons, and eclipses. Updated weekly.
http://www.clubs.psu.edu/aegsa/rome/romec.html - The Roman Calendar reconstruction will tell you what ancient holiday today is, as well as what day your birthday was.
http://www.panix.com/(tilde A symbol used in Windows, starting with Windows 95, that maintains a short version of a long file or directory name for compatibility with Windows 3.1 and DOS. For example, the short version of a file named "Letter to Joe" would be LETTER~1. Then "Letter to Pat" becomes LETTER~2. )wlinden/calendar.shtml - The Calendar Information Page shows you today's date in various calendars and eras. Links to ``today'' information throughout the Web as well as celestial and astronomical as·tro·nom·i·cal also as·tro·nom·ic
1. Of or relating to astronomy.
2. Of enormous magnitude; immense: an astronomical increase in the deficit. data.
http://www.earth.com/calendar - Calendar is as simple as its name. This site displays very basic calendars by year or month.
http://www.stud.unit.no/USERBIN/steffent/kalender.pl - Steffen Thorsen's Calendar Page shows the calendar for nearly any year, all the months shown at once.
http://www.almanac almanac, originally, a calendar with notations of astronomical and other data. Almanacs have been known in simple form almost since the invention of writing, for they served to record religious feasts, seasonal changes, and the like. .com/ - The Old Farmer's Almanac
http://sparc1.yasuda-u.ac.jp/LitCalendar.html - For those with a literary streak, the Literary HyperCalendar is indispensible. Click on a day in the interactive calendar, and you get a list of literary events that occurred on that day.