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*New* Space time Browser

post #1 of 37
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http://www.spacetime.com/

Look for yourselves it's pretty cool and has some revolutionary features but it is only in a beta stage so don't expect it to do everything. It does however work very, very well. The only problem on my part being the lack of bookmarking.
post #2 of 37
looks pretty cool... what is so great about it?
post #3 of 37
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Try it out i haven't time to explain busy lol sorry.
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basically it looks like it displays search results in a type of 2 dimensional array with a better visual preview then what is displayed on something like a google search. Its a neat idea if you think about it, changing a list of search results into more like a "catalog". However if it is much (or any) slower to create/render then a current browser or engine, it probably wont be too successful. lots of eyecandy with some nice features and ease of use. If they can get it to work flawlessly and simply it definitely looks good!
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Seems pretty nifty. Wouldn't abandon FireFox for it though just yet.
    
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I like the way it works, but am not planning on switching from Firefox yet. Still, a much more visually pleasing browser- just slow on my laptop!
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Why would I want to have a 3d environment for 2d objects? I could understand it if web pages were 3d constructs, but unless it allows direct manipulation in a 3d environment in such a way that I can use it to sort with it, I do not understand the use of such a feature.

Oh, right, show-off factor. I always forget that.... Heheh.
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Its a really cool idea, but it is still very buggy. And it eats up a looooot of memory!
5 searches at google and you have the same amount like if you were playing f.e.a.r.!
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This is kinda cool actually, although it seems to use a lot of system resources. This would be better as an IE7/FF add-on I think.
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hahaha...that is cool

I am going to d/l it just to play around.

and yes its the "show off" factor
    
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