Every wish you could access or create Apple iCal calendars on other machines? You can! Mozilla has the Calendar project going on. “We are striving to build a cross-platform fully standards based calendar client based on the open iCal standard.”- Mozilla What it does is adds a calendar app to Mozilla products. This app then can read and create .ics files, or otherwise know as iCal files. I have iCal calendars published on a WebDAV server (Spymac) and I was able to subscribe to them in the Mozilla Calendar. Everything showed up great! One thing to keep in mind is the Mozilla Calendar is in beta so bugs are there and it doesn’t look as slick as FireFox’s interface. However there is an entire calendar, events, alarms and more available. All completely compatible with Apple’s iCal and usable on Mac, Windows and Linux running Mozilla, Firefox, Thunderbird or Netscape. Oh and it’s free!