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Saturday, March 24, 2007

BumpTop Prototype: Pushing the Desktop

Bumptop, an idea by Canadian programmer Anand Agarawala is a cool look beyond the current GUI desktop interface. The company is actively pursuing the development of a prototype into a complete desktop replacement that can be installed on any machine. We'll see. But for now, check it out in action.

( via NYT's Pogue's Posts )

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Liz Ness said...

Interesting...I was just having a conversation with my husband about this very thing (sort of a wishful/wistful conversation, heh-heh).

8:38 PM  
Blogger studiosmith said...

I love people who help the rest of us take a step forward. Think of all the people you know who by their courage, gifts and guts created something or did something that either changed or enhanced your course/walk. I have several people who have affected and instructed me in these regards. Something I'll always appreciate.

7:31 PM  

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