Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 30th Sep 2007 13:48 UTC, submitted by Rahul
Fedora Core "The world is changing and online applications are becoming more and more popular, whether for e-mail or word processing. The developers behind Bigboard and Gnome's 'online desktop' initiative think it's time our desktops started catching up. Read on to find an interview with Colin Walters, more information about Bigboard, the online desktop and the obligatory screencast showing it off!"
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by WereCatf on Mon 1st Oct 2007 12:08 UTC
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I took a look at that screencast and I honestly couldn't see anything I'd have any use for..The only mail account I use is the hotmail one, and even then it exists just for the sole purpose of using my messenger. I do write some tasks on my calendar in Evolution but I don't want anyone else seeing what I've written there, nor do I really have any interest whatsoever in other people's calendar entries. I've never even heard of that mugshot thing, I don't use myspace and I have all my pictures either stored locally on my hard drive or in the finnish picture gallery website ( So, the only thing this thing would do for me is bring some more clutter on my desktop! Besides, to me it looks like they've just thrown a few apps together in a rather messy bunch..

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