I've shared the code up on GitHub. It simply grabs future events (via an async call), from a public Google Calendar, and inserts them into a div on a webpage. No authentication needed, and it should be easy to refactor to include any data you want.
I would join Apple Computer about two years after this clip, and there was still grumbling about OpenDoc's demise; one of the many technologies that geeks dug, that Jobs killed. Obviously history has been kind to his decisions, but at the time, these decisions took serious balls. Jobs was many things... but lacking cojones? I seriously doubt anyone ever accused him of that.
I am VERY surprised to learn that I made the top 10 in TestBuffet's top 21 automation blogs of 2014! It's especially nice to be listed among some of the blogs I read... not to mention discovering some new blogs I have yet to read. Very nice, indeed.