On today's Buzz Out Loud, Natali and Molly form a new Amazonian society in advance of the development of artificial sperm. But in much more important news, Google is finally building the thin-client, Netbook-friendly operating system that Molly predicted back in 2005. And poor Yahoo is stuck in 2005: it just announced Search Pad. Aw. Poor Yahoo.
Introducing the Google Chrome OS
Which Molly predicted in 2005!
Yahoo Search Pad
Michael Jackson memorial pushes Internet traffic to its limits
Federal sites hacked
RIAA/music streaming sites agreement
LG Chocolate Phone…what is this aspect ratio??
West Virginia sues Comcast over cable box tying
Gaze-Tracking Software Protects Computer Privacy
British scientists can make sperm
President of the Internet
Dwight on Gmail
Team Buzz –
During your discussion of Google Chrome OS today, I am curious as to what impact, if any, GCOS might also have on older PCs. Since GCOS is already targeted at low powered netbooks, it stands to reason GCOS might also breath some extra life into that five year old laptop you were thinking of ditching. By moving a lot of the processing power from your lap to the cloud, could an unintended consequence be a reprieve on hardware’s life cycle? Certainly Google wouldn’t complain.
Mike in Dayton
Hello buzz crew! We are one month away from the coolest day/time, according to my friend, Saud:
On August 7, 2009 At 12hr 34 minutes and 56 seconds on the 7th of August this year, the time and date will be 12:34:56 07/08/09
Khaled from Saudi Arabia.
iTUNES 5-star club
The Geek Master
Norman from Novato
satguy (a little weird with the wal-mart tale there)
Gale the Third
CrAzY Tom M.