If like me, over time, and with the prolific growth of new sites etc, you end up with multiple instances of “things” such as calendars.
You too may also use multiple input devices to book your time – I use a (laptop) PC when at home, along with an iPad and an android mobile device. I am using gmail increasingly moving away from my long standing hotmail account (because I like the way google is developing an elegant solution with integrated offerings that so far appear a better fit for me)
Add in facebook and it’s calendaring and it can become challenging to ensure you do not double-book or indeed miss a meeting.
I use tungle.me as a public calendar to share availability which works very nicely and it pulls in feeds from your various calendars.
via Graham Bunting’s blog at Ecademy http://www.ecademy.com/node.php?id=177672