Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 4th Jun 2007 23:12 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives As a BeOS zealot (yes, that is the only zealotry you can accuse me of), I had a big smile on my face when I read Daniel Sandler's latest blog entry. "As I am no doubt the last person to point out, Google Maps has added a street level view to (a few) urban areas. It's the first Google app (besides Picasa) that I'm aware of that requires Flash, but it's also the first Google app to feature the Be Man. I guess it was only a matter of time, given that there are so many Be alums at Google now. I figured I'd send him home after all this time away." Thanks to SheepLover.com IsComputerOn.com for pointing this out. Instant update: He lives!
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Google + Haiku
by Tanner on Mon 4th Jun 2007 23:44 UTC
Tanner
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2005-07-06

= will conquer the world.

;)

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video
by YNOP on Tue 5th Jun 2007 01:27 UTC
YNOP
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2005-07-02

also noticed that a bit back, i really wonder if there was any direct influence. who do we need to interview?

also, i suggest everyone watch the video demo for this product.

there is a live actor as the person icon, very odd

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Google Finance...
by aent on Tue 5th Jun 2007 04:41 UTC
aent
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2006-01-25

Google Finance also uses flash for the stock charts. Gmail uses flash for sounds for the integrated Talk, as well as the Talk for homepage being completely flash.

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funny
by vege on Tue 5th Jun 2007 05:59 UTC
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2006-04-07

Anyway, I wonder wide, how much buzz can happen in the BeOS/Haiku world while having real news quite rearly.

Sometimes I feel like seeing the birth of the community-generated PR.

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BEos icon set
by p13. on Tue 5th Jun 2007 07:37 UTC
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2005-07-10

Funny how you can still see the original BEos icons used just about everywhere.
Great to be reminded of those days when i was running R5 ... ;)

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RE: BEos icon set
by SteveH on Tue 5th Jun 2007 11:28 UTC in reply to "BEos icon set"
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2006-04-03

Funny how you can still see the original BeOS icons used just about everywhere.


My favourite was a replacement for the Psion system application that used BeOS icons heavily, going beyond homage.

http://www.corisoft.net/?Symbian_products:DCP

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RE[2]: BEos icon set
by p13. on Tue 5th Jun 2007 12:50 UTC in reply to "RE: BEos icon set"
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2005-07-10

I still have a 5mx gathering dust, i should load this up and give it a try.

The 5mx is another example of a great product gone bad imho. I love the design, i love the form factor. The resolution is pretty impressive for it's age too. Not to mention ... EPOC kicks ass.

- Kevin

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RE: BEos icon set
by StephenBeDoper on Wed 6th Jun 2007 00:28 UTC in reply to "BEos icon set"
StephenBeDoper Member since:
2005-07-06

Heh, yeah - I keep seeing them in the most unexpected places. I've seen the BeOS icons used in 'net cafe management apps, Point-of-Sale apps, and I remember using an IRC client in Windows that had distinctly BeOS-esque icons (can't remember the name now).

(Edit: BersIRC, that was it I think).

Slightly related / slightly-OT: anyone know if the Haiku icons themselves are also licensed under MIT?

Edited 2007-06-06 00:29

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@Thom
by DaaT on Tue 5th Jun 2007 07:42 UTC
DaaT
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2005-10-21

You mention sheeplover like it's a bad thing ;)

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RE: @Thom
by vege on Tue 5th Jun 2007 08:23 UTC in reply to "@Thom"
vege Member since:
2006-04-07

He's just shy ;)

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v Google Street View sights list
by geotrotter on Tue 5th Jun 2007 12:41 UTC