What do you get when you combine the flexibility, versatility and ease of maintenance of Ubuntu, the blinding speed and simplicity of LXDE, and a focus on social media and the cloud?Read more »
If you are a web junkie, or depend upon various web sites and services daily you know how quickly your browser can fill up with tabs. Wouldn't it be nice if you can just use small web apps for these needs?Read more »
Prism , Single-serving Browser for Web Application from Mozilla
Mozilla Labs recently released the 1.0 beta of Prism. Prism is a XULRunner-based browser designed to run Web applications. It is not a standalone web browser, It will run your web applications like gmail, googledocs smoothly.
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.Read more »
"In this announcement, a sentence has been ruffling a few feathers at Adobe and Microsoft: «Unlike Adobe AIR and Microsoft Silverlight, we’re not building a proprietary platform to replace the web.Read more »
"...The next talk was about Perl 6. Patrick Michaud was a good speaker, and he could convey his enthousiasm about the (many) novelties of Perl 6 as opposed to 5. He also quickly described what they used for their implementation of Perl 6, Rakudo Perl : the Parrot virtual machine. This seemingly allows you to put together your dynamic language in about 4 hours. Might pick up Perl again sometime..." -- via perlbuzz: http://perlbuzz.com/2008/02/patrick-michaud-spreads-the-word-at-fosdem.htmlRead more »