Posted by Eric on August 10, 2012 at 09:10 PM CST
Does the Celebration VI schedule look a little overwhelming? Are you struggling to visualize the wealth of panels, presentations, discussions, interviews, and performances? If you want a better interface for the CVI schedule, we at TheForce.Net and Rebelscum.com have the solution: a new Google Calendar with the full slate of events that makes it easy to see what's happening when.

With this Google Calendar, you can check out the convention schedule in a more convenient and comprehensible format, copy individual events to your personal calendar (if you use the Google Calendar service), or even subscribe to the entire schedule and view it from your phone, tablet, or computer within the Google Calendar service.

You can check out the calendar in the embedded module below. To add the full calendar to your Google Calendar account as a "subscribed calendar," click the little "Add to Google Calendar" button in the bottom-right of this module. To add individual events to your personal calendar, click on the event and then click "Copy to my calendar." You can view the embedded module as Week, Month (the default), or Agenda (a simple list).

Now go forth and plan!

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