If you don’t have a lot going on in your life, then you probably don’t need to use a calendar to keep track of things very regularly, but if each day of your life is busy and filled with activities, then using a calendar becomes critical. I still tend to write things down, but there are plenty of applications and services that can help you organize your life through a digital calendar. Some of them are even designed to be shared online, which makes connecting with others very easy. Dingbee bills itself as a social calendar, and that makes sense because it’s kind of a combination of Google Calendar and Twitter.
It doesn’t get much more social than that, huh? As a user, you add events and follow your friends accounts to see what events they’re planning on being involved with. You can become a part of those events or even search Dingbee in general to see what’s going on. When you think about it, Twitter would make a lot of sense as a calendar, and I’m glad Dingbee took the concept and made it a reality through their own service.