A few notes from Tim O'Reilly's talk:
* Tim talked about how the iApps don't connect in the same ways to one another, which is interesting. His whole point, I think, was that the iApps need to be both two way, seamless, and allowing people to hack them (using applescript or whatever).
* Tim also emphasized something I've heard before, in a way that does make a bit of sense. He asked everyone in the audience, "Who uses Linux?", then asked "Who uses Google?" Then he stated, "It's a trick question. You use Google, you're using Linux."
His point, not a bad one, was a little beyond "The network is the application." It's more "The total of everything connected to the network is the application." An interesting thought.