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For a couple of years now I’ve released a sync-able Bike Dates thingy on Google Calendar. All of the major bike events for 2008 are here. To update the list of dates I don’t use Google, I use Spanning Sync, a nifty little Mac app that works like a dream.
If you use iCal to sync your dates to Google Calendar, you might be aware that Google recently released CalDAV support for Google Calendar. I’ve been playing with it, and have found it wanting in many areas. It’s fiendishly difficult to set up and calendars synchronized using CalDAV become read-only on the iPhone.
To promote its superiority over CalDAV, Spanning Sync is promoting itself with a win-win discount offer. After a 15-day free trial period, Spanning Sync usually costs $25 a year, but you can save $5 by using my discount code if you decide to buy it: WRBTS8
If you use my code I’ll get a $5 referral fee from Spanning Sync. Once you’re a subscriber you’ll get a referral code of your own to use. It’s a pretty cool viral offer from a pretty cool little apps maker.