Eternal Calendar exists now

Eternal Calendar 

It is my great pleasure to reveal that my decorative calendar app, Eternal Calendar, is available right now on:

Eternal Calendar is a calendar app which does nothing to leverage the power of computers and their built in clocks and calendars in any way. You have to set to the right dates every month by hand. It does not solve any problems that I know of. It took at least a week of my time to make, time which I could have spent doing something more “productive”.

I will not work harder, and I will be damned if you’re going to catch me working smarter.

My app was inspired by a piece of corporate promotional office equipment: a metal calendar with a company logo printed on it. The kind of gewgaw that the sales team can hand out at conferences or events, or slip into an envelope with the company Christmas card. I looked at it and thought “how immensely pointless would it be to make a software version of that thing” and so I made it. I didn’t even try to improve on it, to bring it into the digital. I just made a functional software version of something probably no one wanted in the first place. Now it is yours.

Until I don’t feel like doing it any more, you can email a PNG or JPG file of your logo to me at and I’ll send you a link to a Windows, MacOS, or Linux build of this app with your own logo stuck on it. Just like the corporate gift version from the real world, you too could be sending one of these out with your end of year Christmas newsletter. Unlike ordering a metal one there’s no minimum number that need to be produced. You can even get me to make you one and never even open it!

Now that’s a “creative” “art” “craft” “gift”.