I can't take all the credit for My Schedule™. Even though I have been programming in BASIC of one form or another for over 14 years, I don't consider myself a "Developer". To make My Schedule™ a reality, I scoured the Web for examples to help with the programming. Being the good citizen that I am, I am giving credit where credit is due.

Reference Provided Web
Microsoft's Visual Basic Pages, MSDN and Knowledge Base System Tray control, problem resolution and updates http://www.microsoft.com/vbasic/
VBNet - The Visual Basic Developers Resource Center User Interface help especially related to ListView control http://www.mvps.org/vbnet/
Codesmiths Software Development Registry related Functions http://www.codesmiths.com/
Visual Basic Programmer's Journal Outlook Object Model Examples http://www.windx.com/
Paul Woodworth Inspiration and Technical advice related to Outlook Object Model http://www.intouchsoftware.com/
Slipstick Exchange Center Tons of Exchange information and first to post existence of My Schedule http://www.slipstick.com/exchange/
Outlook Developers Resource Center Outlook information http://www.outlook.useast.com/outlook/