Understanding Adobe Air, Mozilla Prism and More

In geek speak, it’s called “computing in the cloud” To most people it’s more clearly understood as using the web browser to deliver experiences and functionalities comparable to desktop applications is expanding by leaps and bounds. The following guest post on TechCrunch by Matthew Gertner explains what’s going on in this space with refreshing clarity, and also includes a geek-friendly tip about how easy it can be to create a separate little stand-alone browser-type application for Gmail.

Click here to read, “Bridging Desktop And Web Applications – A Look At Mozilla Prism”

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