In the October 2008 issue of Wired there is an article detailing Google's new browser Chrome. From the article: When Microsoft's Internet Explorer and the codebase at the heart of Firefox were originally conceived, browsing was less complex. Now, however, functions that previously could be performed only on a desktop -- email, spreadsheets, database management -- are increasingly handled online. In the coming era of cloud computing, the Web will be much more than just a means of delivering content -- it will be a platform in its own right. This got me thinking (and gets us to the point of the subject). Apple has taken email, calendars and contacts to a new interactive level with MobileMe. How likely is it that Apple will take iWork '09 or '10 and make it a web exclusive much like MobileMe? I don't see it happening for iLife since video editing and DVD authoring can be processor intensive (I could see iPhoto though). If Apple went to an online format for iWork how would you feel about it?