Pretty good review of gOS Gadgets 3.0 in the Computer World Blog. Please DIGG IT!
“Another distribution which fell on hard times, but is back and looking really good is gOS (Good OS). The first version got a lot of attention as being the “Google operating system,” because instead of emphasizing desktop applications it focused on bringing users Google’s applications. It’s not that, but after a 2.0 version, which wasn’t that well polished, the latest version gOS 3.0, though, looks really sweet.
It’s meant really for OEMs to install on netbooks, but you can download and use it on your own PC. It includes an installer for a small horde of Google Gadgets, as well as links to Google Mail, Calendar, Reader, etc. etc. You get the idea. You’ll never want to run this distribution without an Internet connection, but with one, I’m finding it to be a lot of fun and darn useful.”