Pagan Daybook 3 is a calendar to keep track of the days of the week, the ancient and modern tides and the pagan festivals and observances that fall on each day of the year. Far more interesting than a conventional calendar, it's something unique to put in the Startup group of Windows, or use as your screen saver. Never again miss another solstice... or, perhaps more importantly, another saturnalia.
Pagan Daybook 3 features an extensive database of listings — with five or six thousand years of civilization to draw on, it has at least one observance for every day of the year — full color graphics, an integrated screen saver, animation, user-configurable entries, selectable themes and various bits of magick. It includes a searchable calendar to allow you to query the database of observances.
oh yeah, warning of nearly...or fully nude pictures in here. it's pagan baby.
Display the current day in the pagan calendar, with graphics, animation and other lore.
Show you the current phase of the moon.
Provide you with a perpetual calendar for any year from 1583 through the middle of the twenty-sixth century.
Browse its database to let you look up the entry for any day of the year.
Allow you to create personal days to override its text and graphics with entries of your own.
Apply themes to configure Pagan Daybook to your liking.
Display itself as a Windows screen saver.
Keep itself interesting by changing its appearance periodically.
Optionally play your choice of music when it's visible, or when it's blanking your screen.
Offer you an unlimited source of convincing, documentable excuses to knock off work.
For Windows 98, ME, 2000, NT, XP and Vista.
no changelog provided, they did give a "WhatsNew.doc" which offered little more than a Hacker Warning which i included for fun.