http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/07/13/the-complete-guide-to-microsofts-office-2010/ From TechCrunch: "Most certainly a direct response to Google Apps, Microsoft is rolling out lightweight, FREE, Web browser versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote. All based in the cloud, the web-based versions of these products have fewer features than their desktop cousins but still give users basic tools to edit and change documents." Apparently it will be ad-based. It won't be as full featured as the desktop version but it will have stuff like OneNote which Mac Office will not have and it will have less compatibility issues. This is clear they are going after Google Docs. I'm excited about this because I can make more of a move to iWork and use Office for the web for compatibility. Although the UI is hideous. Your opinions.