AnyDay.com, a new free online calendaring service, went live last week.
AnyDay.com released the final version of its Web calendar offering after a four-month beta. The site offers personal scheduling, contact and task management as well as a reminder service. In addition, it provides content such as event data and online shopping offerings from partners such as ESPN's SportsTicker and The Wine Line. AnyDay is led by chairman John Landry, senior technology strategist for IBM and former Lotus chief technology officer. The company plans to add group scheduling to its service this summer and synchronisation with personal digital assistants later this year.
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