Today's installment of Tech Dating 101 deals with making plans as a couple. My boyfriend loves to cook and we are always having people over or going to friends' places for dinner. When we coordinate with another couple it usually involves texting back and forth to set up a time that works for everyone. Lately I've been noticing that this may not be the best way to do things. Find out why after the jump.
On Wednesday night I found myself in quite an embarrassing conundrum: After many reminders from BuzzSugar, I set my TiVo to record "Gossip Girl" and the series premiere of "Dirty Sexy Money" and completely forgot to record or tune in to "Private Practice."
I typically don't watch that many shows a night, but realized there are many people who do, so I did a little searching and found CAT (Calendar for TV), which lists primetime shows on a monthly calendar.
CAT marks premieres in orange and offers a rollover episode synopsis. If you don't have TiVo or a DVR, but care about keeping up with certain shows you should check it out. I won't miss a premiere again.