free html hit counter gOS Cloud: Search as Interface | John Battelle's Search Blog

gOS Cloud: Search as Interface

By - December 04, 2008

Gos Cloud

There is something so reassuring about seeing an emerging operating system play, based on Linux, that so blatantly declares its navigational interface to be search, specifically Google. gOS, which debuted early this year on a $199 PC sold at Walmart, announced Cloud earlier this week. I managed to miss it till now. More here and here.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

5 thoughts on “gOS Cloud: Search as Interface

  1. I wish there was a way to get it for my computer that I already have. Not much point in buying a netbook when I already have a laptop, but it does look nice.

  2. Cameron says:

    If the release truly hits the few second start up time as they are reporting, this will be great for most netbooks. I expect someone to create a version specifically for the Eee which I have. I imagine it will become my only Linux OS on my laptop with XP installed as well. Good enough for most purposes then just boot into Windows or other Linux OS for anything else.

  3. Oyun says:

    Wow very nice google.I expect someone to create a version specifically for the Eee which I have.

  4. Didier Grossemy says the Internet will become the growth driver of the economy
    Didier Grossemy and X2 World team are e-transforming the world with simple and efficient principles. Didier Grossemy presents his ten ways to thrive during a slowing economy.

    Let’s take the right attitude “Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal: Nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.” by Thomas Jefferson

    According to a report from The ClickZ Network, Nov 7, 2008, the company predicts interactive media spending will rise 7.2 percent next year as offline media spending falls 1.4 percent.

  5. Oyun says:

    Linux OS on my laptop with XP installed as well. Good enough for most purposes then just boot into Windows or other Linux OS for anything else.