"GNOME still holds the network at arms length, declining to bake
the network in at a low, API level. I've mentioned previously
trivial examples like a "Change Desktop Background" that leveraged
Flickr or a Banshee (or Rhythmbox, if you prefer) that stored music
on the cloud and integrated eMusic. And now we have emerging
services like Stitcho (Windows/Mac only, please note), described by
(new Moz employee) Dion as "Growl for the web," which aims to give
web based applications a pipe back onto the desktop - making them
first class citizens, in a sense."
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