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Tuesday, February 22, 2005

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Niraj

An interesting sub-point that you bring up above is about user mobility and either carrying state with you or storing it in an accessible location. Of course, that begs the question of what you do with legacy applications that were built with the assumption of being used on a single host.

So, instead of throwing the baby out with the bathwater, our research group has been working on a slightly different solution. The project, called Internet Suspend/Resume, allows you to transport your _entire_ machine through the network. No more carrying laptops around. The technology uses Virtual Machines along with distributed storage to accomplish this. More details can be found here.

Joe Cheng

You may be interested to hear that Onfolio supports Bloglines Sync now:

http://blog.joecheng.com/archives/2005/04/onfolio_can_now.html

(We're currently working on ways for your collection data to be synchronized as well.)

Michael Parekh

thanks...will check it out.

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