"So I like GNOME Do. That's not exactly a secret. Nor am I the
only one. While it's obviously--and admittedly--highly derivative
of the OS X Quicksilver application, it's a nice piece of work. One
that continues to evolve into a nice platform, not to mention the
rare application that has reshaped my desktop and the way I use
"But none of that is what I'm interested in writing
about--apologies for the digression. What I personally found
fascinating about the 0.5 release was the way it continues the
blurring of the lines between network and client application that
I've been expecting for some time..."
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