My Worlds Are Colliding


The first time I heard Jerry Seinfeld ask George Costanza if he was worried about his worlds colliding, I was dumbfounded. What an interesting way to shed light on the different roles we all play in life.

George was worried if he introduced his current girlfriend to his friends, that George Costanza as you know him, world cease to exist. There is: The Relationship George, Independent George, George You Grew Up With, Movie George, Coffee Shop George, Liar George, and Bawdy George.

The reason why I’m thinking about worlds colliding is because there is a new calendar app that integrates your life with everything else going on in the world. That means your new daily “UpTo” calendar could possibly display your appointments, those of your family and friends, and events you are regularly interested in like concerts, movies, theater, book releases, new record albums, outdoor activities, etc.

All you have to do is check the categories that “UpTo” offers and they conveniently appear on your daily calendar. Even if you didn’t buy tickets to a certain concert, “UpTo” lists it. Many of us like to know what’s going on in the world. The app also allows you to sync in activities from family and friends who are willing to participate.

The app features layers of different events. “UpTo” links to 10,000 calendars and you can pinch and expand your calendar and reveal another layer of content based on your interest.

I have included a video which explains the entire concept. I just downloaded the app myself so I don’t miss out on a thing. I will be curious to see how my calendar switches to Miami. One step at a time.

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