It's ChatRoulette but no webcams, screen sharing only. It connects the two most important things that make anything popular on the web, those that want to share with those that want to watch/read/etc.
Now go create it. Because i'll never use ChatRoulette, the concept freaks me out, but watching someone navigate their desktop, meh, it just seems safer.
To extend the idea, others can tag your surfing experience for the price of entry. You surf others build your tag cloud, said tag cloud could be used to find, via a sweeet algorithm, those that are into the same sort of things. Sure this could all be done with bookmarking services but the fun with this is the data is crowd-sourced.
Lastly, if ChatRoulette already has this as an option, it has to be screen sharing only, or no go. Drop me a line if they do.
In one of my favorite posts of 2009 Bob goes to town on the use of on-premise v. on-premises when talking about the "yeah cloud". Not only is it entertaining but it's also something IT folks should know cold.
Fast-froward two years and not only am I careful when using the term but I also instruct those I work with to also know the difference. So it was with surprise to find that Microsoft is using the term on their BPOS front page...
Microsoft Business Productivity Online Standard Suite is a set of messaging and collaboration tools, delivered as a subscription service, that gives your business rich capabilities without the need to deploy and maintain software and hardware on-premise. These online services are designed to help meet your needs for robust security, all-day every-day reliability, and user productivity.
Typo? Or is Microsoft mainstreaming the grammatically incorrect term?