Scrybe Corp just given their consumerbase another update about their plans after spending nearly 5 months with complete silence on what their company has been doing. According to this "major new version", the Scrybe platform will now evolve out of a calendar into something that seems to include writing pages/document and "tables", which would presumably be spreadsheets, and an "organizer", which would have the calendar plus "more".
Little is known about the depth of implementation of these items, so I cannot tell whether they are moving into the online office competition (Zoho, Google Docs) or into a more Basecamp style project management system (Writeboard, todos etc.)
They seem to be abandoning functionality updates for the calendar system when they say this:
The unfortunate consequence of this is that we cannot quote a hard time line for and there will be no functionality updates for the current version, although we will continue to support any issues you have via our forum or email.
The little they have announced about their business model is that their calendar component will remain free but the full suite will have a premium charge associated with it. Here is a sneak preview:
What do you think about this move?