Ever thought of using an open-source operating system, through your browser?
Even if you haven't, it's quite an interesting concept, at least to me.
Online storage for use with your online word documents written in an online word processor, and online calendar, online contact manager – all in one place. Interested?
. Available at http://www.eyeos.info
, signup is extremely quick and obviously free being open-source.
The online word processor is kind of cool, it allows you to do quite a bit and you can save to your “home folder” / online storage area: eyeOS - Online "Operating System"
The online contacts manager is semi-basic, but is usable: eyeOS - Online "Operating System"
eyeNav is the integrated browser. To me, it seems slightly strange to use a browser – in a browser. But, again they've done it well, and it has some nice default links: eyeOS - Online "Operating System"
There is also a forum in the application too. And you can manage your “applications” on your “operating system” through the manager: eyeOS - Online "Operating System"
I'd give it a try – it only takes a second to signup, and there's no fees involved