As a revolutionary browser, it will give back power of Internet to its users. Usejump is a secure and fast web browser based on webkit that helps users access information anytime and anywhere beyond filtering and censorship.
To make web browsing experience safer and faster by using P2P and encryption technologies based on open standards. Usejump is seeking to be the first truly social network aware browser.
While with flourishing of internet and social networking, everyday peoples build more and more trust and relationship with others, at the same time governments find the internet as direct opposition of their interests. So, here comes the filtering and information censorship. For years and centuries those who have the power ( governments, politicians , etc… ) trying to control the access of people to information by controlling over books, newspapers, medias , news , TV and so on. but today we have opportunity for the first time to stand up against all and say NO.
Our mission with the Usejump is to make this possible with the power of internet and technologies that we have in the hand, but is not possible without you as someone how（原文是how，但我猜测应该是who） believe in the spirit of open access to information for anyone, we need you, be there for everyone of us.
One modder just couldn’t wait for Microsoft’s Courier, so he took his Dell mini 9 and added on a USB touchscreen display. And surprisingly enough, it works.
有个改装爱好者实在等不了微软的Courier了，所以他给自己的Dell mini 9加上了一个USB触摸屏。出人意料的是，他成功了。
Nicknamed Harlequin, the device allows you to type and write on the right (the touchscreen) and read on the left (the original mini 9 display). Thanks to Windows 7’s native handwriting and speech recognition, those issues have been solved at the base software level.
Of course, the mod isn’t quite complete, its non-existent hinge mechanism defining this more as two interacting tablets than a sleek, compact book. So working on the system becomes a Ten Commandments enterprise involving lots of wires and juggling. But we’ll see whose product is done first, the modder’s or Microsoft’s. [mydellmini via SlashGear]