Buzz Out Loud 1014: Goobuntu lives
On today's Buzz Out Loud, Natali and Molly form a new Amazonian society in advance of the development of artificial sperm. But in much more important news, Google is finally building the thin-client, Netbook-friendly operating system that Molly predicted.
On today's Buzz Out Loud, Natali and Molly form a new Amazonian society in advance of the development of artificial sperm. But in much more important news, Google is finally building the thin-client, Netbook-friendly operating system that Molly predicted back in 2005. And poor Yahoo is stuck in 2005: it just announced Search Pad. Aw. Poor Yahoo.
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Introducing the Google Chrome OS
Which Molly predicted in 2005!
Michael Jackson memorial pushes Internet traffic to its limits
LG Chocolate Phone: what is this aspect ratio??
West Virginia sues Comcast over cable box tying
Gaze-tracking software protects computer privacy
British scientists can make sperm
President of the Internet
Dwight on Gmail
During your discussion of Google Chrome OS today, I am curious as to what impact, if any, GCOS might also have on older PCs. Since GCOS is already targeted at low-powered Netbooks, it stands to reason GCOS might also breathe some extra life into that 5-year-old laptop you were thinking of ditching. By moving a lot of the processing power from your lap to the cloud, could an unintended consequence be a reprieve on hardware's life cycle? Certainly Google wouldn't complain.
Mike in Dayton
Hello Buzz crew!
We are one month away from the coolest day/time, according to my friend, Saud:
On August 7, 2009
At 12hr 34 minutes and 56 seconds on the 7th of August this year, the time and date will be
Khaled from Saudi Arabia.
iTunes 5-star club
The Geek Master
Norman from Novato
satguy (a little weird with the wal-mart tale there)
Gale the Third
CrAzY Tom M.