Is a "family message center" a reasonable expectation from an Android Tablet... and if so, what widgets/apps do you recommend to make that happen? My family's schedules have been getting crazy, and sharing information is getting harder with our two kids, schools & sports, music lessons, and both my wife and I working full time. I've been wanting some sort of WiFi tablet computer, that I could put in the kitchen as a central message center. I'd like to display our Google calendars and be able to send messages to it from our iPhones. The latter I could rig up somehow, maybe a dedicated email box or something, but basically the idea is I want to have always displayed more than just one thing: calendar + messaging of some kind. Basically: A dynamic calendar + whiteboard that anyone can check, so my wife and I could send a message "don't forget to take out the trash" and the kids can see that & the fact that they have a music lesson that night, or a babysitting appointment, etc., etc. I find they don't always pull up Google calendar on their own using the laptop, so I was thinking an always-on tablet mounted to the wall would work. Any suggestions on how this could be done? I've been looking through the android app store, including the one on Amazon but nothing is obvious to me. Can it be done by running multiple screen widgets? Suggestions on which ones? I was thinking the ViewSonic gTablet would be a good candidate for hardware, but not sure if that matters. Just something closer to the $200 price point than the $500 price point. Does not need 3G, WiFi is all that's needed, but I'm looking more for the app side of advice than hardware I think. Thanks in advance.