A new company Webaroo, lets you cache bits of the Web to your hard drive for offline reading. We all think about the web being updated constantly, but according to them, most of the Internet's pages are fairly static. They are creating packs that they'll offer including: city guides, restaurant reviews, Wikipedia, the day's news and a FIFA pack. Soon they'll cache searches of a subject for you. Sounds pretty cool. Everything is updated when you get to an internet connection.
All of this is free and sponsored by advertising. It's early days but if your target includes frequent business travelers, this might be an interesting way to connect.
Via Seattle PI
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Monday, April 10, 2006
Posted by Adrian at 4/10/2006 06:26:00 AM