Came across a really cool project this morning called MetroPipe – Portable Virtual Privacy Machine. It basically a little version of DSL that includes firebird, thunderbird, some anon browsing thingy, and a few other utilities. The cool thing is that unlike similar projects this isn’t run off a boot CD. Instead it uses some emulator called qemu (which I’ve never heard of but looks sweet) to run the Linux distro under Windows and Linux from a USB flash drive. I tried it out and it works (slowly). It even somehow establishes a network connection and everything. Very cool!