If you are using a Gmail calendar (actually a Google calendar), but are used to creating your calendar events on your computer rather than directly in the Google calendar interface, you may have gotten used to being able to create a “custom” repeating interval for your events (such as every X days or every other week, instead of every week or every month). Then, when you need to create an event with a custom repeat interval in the Google calendar interface, you may be perplexed at the seeming lack of the ability to create a custom interval. It’s actually easy to do, but like so many other things designed by Google’s engineers – and there’s the problem, they think like engineers, not like mere mortals – it isn’t obvious. Here’s how to do it.
Maybe you’ve just had that “oh sh*t” moment, realizing you didn’t send someone a valentine, and so are wondering what are the best Internet valentine sites. Or maybe you’re sitting home alone, surfing for the best funny valentine sites on the Internet, to console yourself that you didn’t get any lovey-dovey valentines. Either way, we’ve got you covered.
The Postmaster General has said that the United States Postal Service may have to cut out one day’s delivery a week as more and more people turn to the email inbox, instead of the post office, to deliver their correspondence.