Linked by Quentin Hartman on Mon 14th Jul 2008 08:00 UTC, submitted by fsmag
Internet & Networking Are you still using a web browser to access your favourite online applications? Why not do things the easy way, and make those applications part of your desktop with Prism. Scott Nesbitt at Freesoftware Magazine tells you what Prism can do to boost you experience of the web on your desktop -and more importantly, how to do it. Read the full story at FSM. Editor's Note: This story looks at Prism from the point of view of a Gnome user on Linux, but Prism can be used on Mac OS and Windows as well. Check out the Prism project page for information on other platforms.
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Where will it go?
by rain on Tue 15th Jul 2008 01:10 UTC
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While Prism seems to be a nice and simple solution I am much more interested in Gears for future use. Seems like the Gears team tries to find sensible solutions to many of the current issues with web apps.

Edited 2008-07-15 01:12 UTC

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