G.ho.st the virtual internet operating system

G.ho.st is a collection of web 2.0 applications tied together inside a globally hosted operating system. So once you signup with their operating system you’ll be given a separate space for you including the operating systems applications. It gives you the mobility of using the same operating system from anywhere. The concept is to virtually present a pc with an operating system using your regular web browser. By default you will get a 3GB space upon signup. It actually consists of many web 2.0 applications in a single connected web operating system environment. I personally find it amazing and yes i would really like to see the future development of this product. Entirely powered by Adobe Flash, Javascript and Ajax brings you the streamlined web 2.0 operating system on your hand. It includes several games, powerful RSS reader, Youtube explorer, file manager, desktop applications and more. You will be able to upload your own files, presentations, documents, articles and maintain those inside the OS. It’s still at the alpha stage of development and I am sure there will be lot more features once it is completed.

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Guruger – Socialize your music library

Guruger came up with a social networking idea of your music library along with a player for listening. How it works? Well it requires you to download a piece of software (1.5MB) which actually index your music collection and upload the index online at your profile. It’s required to leave the Guruger music indexer open or running if you let others to listen to your music and playlists. Yes i know it might remind you about the social music revolution last.fm, they have a popular audio scrobber engine which tracks and indexes almost all media players.

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