Google's Chrome OS is well known from it's simplicity and web integration. Have you ever thought of bringing same concept to GNU/Linux? There exist at least a few GNU/Linux distributions like Peppermint, Elementary OS, and finally Chromixium.
A review written by @jlwallen, published in techrepublic magazine explores pros and cons of Chromixium OS.
I already know what you're asking... why do we need a Chrome OS knock-off when we already have the real deal (and the real deal is dirt cheap)?The answer to that question is two fold: 1) Because it can be done; and 2) Because you probably have plenty of older hardware sitting around that could easily power a Chrome OS-like operating system.Recently, I had to reinstall the primary OS on my production machine. I opted to try something different than Ubuntu, so I started looking around at new distributions. In the end, the decision came down to two distributions: