AJAX code is taking off (it’s the stuff that makes Google Maps so easy to use). Case in point, 30 boxes.
This is a web-based calendar system that you can share and access anywhere you have a computer connection. Quite nice. Unless you frequently find yourself in need of a schedule of your life when you aren’t near an open computer, this will probably suit you fairly well. The interface is smooth and easy to use. You can tag events for easier searching later, set up repeat events, invite others, and maintain a buddy list.
It’s in a beta program right now, so features may change and there may be bugs present. The basic functionality is probably there. If nothing else, it’s pretty to work with. If only Outlook behaved this well…