Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 17th Jun 2007 23:52 UTC
Internet & Networking "For the purpose of this article, just like the first one, a WebOS is defined as virtual operating system that runs in a web browser environement. Don't like WebOS? Well, call it OnlineOS, or WebTop if you like. So, here is a review of another 10 functional WebOS', as well as some additional similar services which show promise but aren't launched or fully realized yet." More here.
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RE: Question.
by flanque on Mon 18th Jun 2007 02:19 UTC in reply to "Question."
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Lets hope not. Imagine playing The Sims in one of them? Controlling virtual characters inside a virtual world which sits on top of a virtual OS running on a virtual machine inside, networked with your virtual friends who virtually couldn't care about you.

Alternatively, we could all just go outside and make friends and get, ironically, more or less virtually the same experience.

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RE[2]: Question.
by dcga on Mon 18th Jun 2007 04:44 in reply to "RE: Question."
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hehe, that was ironically funny

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RE[2]: Question.
by dylansmrjones on Mon 18th Jun 2007 08:39 in reply to "RE: Question."
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Sometimes I'd wish I could mod up posts above 5.

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