Just as you finished installing the iCal 1.0.1 update, Apple turned around and put out another update to version 1.0.2. Apple hasnit released any specific information about iCal 1.0.2, but given the short time frame between releases, itis probably worth getting as it likely contains a key bug fix, feature change, or other important change. The "Whatis new in iCal 1.0.2 information is the same text that was released for version 1.0.1. From Apple:
Read Before You Install iCal 1.0.2
You can use iCal to easily keep track of appointments and tasks, view multiple calendars at the same time, and share your calendar information using the Internet. iCal works with Appleis iSync software to let you synchronize your calendar information with an iSync-compatible mobile phone, a Palm OS device, an iPod, or another Macintosh computer using your .Mac account.
Whatis new in iCal 1.0.2?
iCal 1.0.2 provides a number of performance and stability enhancements, and improved support for importing vCal and Entourage information.
iCal 1.0.2 works with all Macintosh computers running Mac OS X version 10.2.2 or later. For more information, visit the Mac OS X Web site at www.apple.com/macosx.
To share calendars using the Internet, you need a .Mac account or access to a private WebDAV-enabled server. For more information about publishing your calendar using .Mac, visit the .Mac Web site at www.mac.com.
To send e-mail invitations to iCal events, you need to use the Mail application in Mac OS X version 10.2, and create an address card for yourself and any people you want to invite to events in your Address Book (in the Applications folder). If youire using a different mail application, you cannot send e-mail invitations.
iCal uses a standard specification called "iCalendar" to display, store, and exchange calendar information. iCal also supports the older "vCalendar" standard.
You can get more information and download iCal from Appleis Web site. iCal 1.0.2 requires OS X 10.2.2 or later.