“A New, More Powerful, Desktop” for Mac OS X

Conjure is a new an application for Mac OS X which replaces the traditional desktop. According to their website, it let’s you deal with things in a “completely unstructured, visual, and organic way.” Some of the features mentioned are the ability to type text or draw lines directly on the desktop, record audio files and an instant overview mode of something that seems to be similar to virtual desktops.

As a picture says more than thousand words, here you go:

Conjure

Anyone else who gets Plasma/Basket vibes?
If you think it sounds interesting, a video will be available on their homepage soon (tomorrow, it says).

Oh, did I mention that it costs USD 34.99?

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Posted in KDE, Random. 2 Comments »

2 Responses to ““A New, More Powerful, Desktop” for Mac OS X”

  1. Quentin Says:

    That looks really interesting! I am using KDE 3 of course, but am looking forward to trying all these great new design ideas. (Gonna need to upgrade from Geforce4 MX first :) ) Frankly I was looking at KDE4 screenshots earlier and, I have to admit I’m sortof scared of change. KDE as it is and how I have it configured just gives me a warm, happy feeling of belonging you know :)

  2. Hans Says:

    Wow, somebody found my blog! :)

    >> KDE as it is and how I have it configured just gives me a warm, happy feeling of belonging you know :)

    That’s exactly the way I feel, and that’s also why I love KDE so much. I think most of us are somewhat scared of change, one reason why many there’s many “flame” post regarding Dolphin, Amarok2 etc.

    But I still look forward to KDE4. Currently I prefer the Plastik style over Oxygen, but the new icons look really good. And it’s not only about looks; there’s so much, like Qt4, KDE technologies like Solid, Plasma, Phonon etc…

    Well, I’ll post more about KDE3 and the development of KDE4. Look forward to it. ;)


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