When I first started this blog nearly two years ago, I really had no idea how it was going to work. It was a trial, an experiment, a unique and new way of informing Sherlockians on a variety of topics.
Couple that with the lightning-like evolution of new media in a fairly short period of time and what you've been lucky enough to witness is a revolution in the way we communicate. The different tools and widgets that have sprouted in the sidebar are testament to that.
So when I started taking data from Ron Fish's comprehensive master Calendar of Sherlockian Events and integrated it with a Google calendar, I thought it was simply another outgrowth of the process. I liked the idea of using the Google version, because it allows me to show dates directly on this blog and has a traditional calendar-style approach.
But I've come to a point where I can't manage the Google calendar any more. So here are my questions for you, dear readers:
- Should I abandon the Google calendar entirely?
- If not, is there someone who would be willing to help out with inputting the dates? (It's very basic)
- If so, would the use of another application with a calendar plug-in feature, such as Upcoming be a feasible approach?
The bottom line is this: if I can get someone to help keep track of these events in a new application, I'm more than happy to entertain whichever version you're comfortable using.
I thank you in advance for your willingness to answer these questions and/or assist me.