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Ontopic Do you use google calendar? Are you a ninja?

Discussion in 'useless chatter' started by CletusJones, Feb 5, 2013.

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Do you use google calendar? Are you a ninja?

  1. YES! I'm a motherfuckin' ninja

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  2. YES! I touch myself at night in the dark

    3 vote(s)
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  3. YES! I use google calendar

    1 vote(s)
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  1. Devices that currently use it. Future devices won't be able to connect to it, however. Or if you have to re-image your phone, it's SOL after the restart as well.
     
  2. Meh, that information is applicable to most plants. You should always stop fertilization during the second half of fruiting so the nutrients can clear and your produce tastes like it should, instead of tasting like fertilizer.
     
  3. Yeah, that happens every now and then. Plus, I'm tired of waiting for official ICS. I may just root/rom.
     
  4. Devices? Outlook sync runs on a desktop. :confused:
     
  5. Which is why I used the neutral 'devices', instead of just 'phones', or 'tablet's...
     
  6. But you'll be able to use it forever. They've just stopped development on it. Future PCs will still be able to use it.
     
  7. "Use it forever" and "just stopped development" don't usually coincide in this manner.
     
  8. :wtf: I use quite a few applications that stopped development years ago. Are you people retarded or something?
     
  9. Just giving you shit.

    I'm sure we all use legacy applications. My point was that with development stopped it'll eventually see the sunset.
     
  10. It works with Office 2010 now. 2012 isn't out yet. Should be fine for quite a while...

    fucker
     
  11. Untwist your panties.

    Meh either way, I don't own a copy of outlook. I bought the cheap version of office that does t have it, not that I'd use it anyway.
     
  12. I've always used outlook. Probably won't ever stop even though most of my personal stuff is migrated over to gmail now, I still use outlook a lot at home.

    And of course we use it at work.