I'm looking to use the terminal more and more, and I'd like to find a terminal calendar app that can sync with Google calendar.
I'm running ubuntu 14.04
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Emacs has an extension called Org mode (Ubuntu: org-mode) which does, errrm, stuff, including agenda facilities. The Org mode agenda can be synchronized with Google Calendar, though it appears not to be foolproof; see the Org mode Google Calendar Synchronization tutorial, and try org-caldav or org-gcal (both installable with
M-x package-install in Emacs).
Emacs opens a GUI window by default; you can force it to open in a terminal by running
emacs -nw. You can open GUI windows and terminal windows in the same Emacs instance; run
emacsclient -nw from a terminal to open an Emacs window in the terminal, or
emacsclient -c to open a GUI window.