search giant Google and network computing company Sun Microsystems have
entered into a multi-year agreement to distribute Sun's software
technologies, a move some say is meant to offer users an alternative to
I've heard that the idea here is to offer an online version of Star Office. I use Open Office at the house. I need a word processor about four times a year. That does not justify $200 to $700 for an office suite. I wish Thunderbird had a passable calender and would sync with my palm. If it did, I could go 100% Linux. Time will tell.