Heya, I've always had an interest in networking and web design, it's what I do sort of as a hobby for friends/family when I have some spare time. Lately I've been reading about the whole Web 2.0 movement (or lack thereof) and new emerging "techniques" for making websites. Ajax sorta caught my interest, and as usual one link led to another and I started reading about web-based "operating systems" and I found some open source platforms, most weren't too great but I found a fairly nifty one called eyeOS and installed it on my hosting account and let some people give it a try. A web-based OS is simply a "virtual desktop" embedded within a browser session, all files, software, etc is stored on a remote server which means you can access it from anywhere in the world (given that you have an Internet connection). It's actually quite nifty, and I was surprised at its flexibility. Anywho, I thought "why not do a beta of sorts" to let some friends try it out, and since I've been posting around Bit-Tech lately I thought it'd be worthwhile to let a more diverse crowd give it a go. I don't want to write a very long post for those not interested, so I'll just post up the URL: http://www.evoos.net I'm hoping I could get some feedback, ideas, maybe expand it out to a larger user base. Because it's based on an open-source platform it's fairly easy to extend its capabilities. I still have to put up some screenshots though. I started the "project" just a day ago so bear with me Give it a go, who know's maybe it'll interest you. The whole "beta" is free, no popups, ads or anything so no need to worry about that.