I found this cool little app that syncs your google calendar and mac calendar on life hacker.

Mac OS X only: Spanning Sync provides a two-way sync between iCal and your Google Calendars.

Spanning Sync is currently in a free beta period, so if you decide to give it a try, you should definitely back up your calendars beforehand. That said, the bidirectional sync has been working well for me so far, so it looks promising. Spanning Sync is Mac OS X-only, and it’s a free download during the beta period. When Spanning Sync leaves beta, look for an as-of-yet undetermined price tag (bummer).

Here’s the link to get the free down load: Calendar Sync for Mac & Google


I saw this today and thought how the internet has truly made us more connected…..gotta love web 2.0, can’t wait to see what web 3.0 is gonna have for us.

Old Town Riverside.

Click here to see my brother’s photos of Prague.

Although all the photos were beautiful, I had limited time to comment on each one of them. So I opted to choose the few that really appealed to my aesthetic values.

Old Town Riverside had a mystical quality that appealed to me. The perspective grabbed hold of me and pulled me in toward the end of the road where lights danced above and reflected below in a glistening waltz. The contrast of the tree against the misty sky in the upper left corner framed the photo in a lovely way.

Charles Bridge has a lot of symmetry of space that I really enjoyed. The water and the sky balance the photo. I love that the bridge is the horzon line.

Charles Bridge Statue 1 has such clarity of color and detail that your eye wants to take it all in.

Charles Bridge Statue 2 has wonderful contrast between the light of the building and the darkness of the statues. Both objects look beautiful against the dusty rose sky.

Charles Bridge Statue 3. I love the silhouette annd negative shapes it creates against the sky.

Charles Bridge Statue 4 . The angle, the composition, the negative shapes of the statue and the moon present a mystical conversation.

Charles Bridge looking toward Old Town. I love the color contrast of the blues with the yellows and browns.

Charles Bridge Palace 1. This is a brilliant photo that combines a sharp triangular perspective on the left side of the photo and an almost flat rectangular yet multi layered and colorful landscape on the right side. Wonderful tension! Gorgeous!

Old Town Square. The colors and the overlapping of lights and darks make this photo really fun to look at.

iPhone has a Photo-Video

To my two favorite tech whores (Jayson & JUJU). Here’s the video of the Apple iPhone. From your Miami Tech ho…Peter.

PS. Here’s the link to the official iPhone site: