The Internet is buzzing today over three stories: Hurricane Gustav’s course through Louisiana, the RNC and Gov. Palin’s pregnant 17-year-old, and news of Google’s new open-source browser, called Chrome. The new Web app, a beta of which could be released for Windows as early as tomorrow, will be based on WebKit and will run each web-address as it’s own protected process. The move marks a move to challenge Microsoft and their still-dominant IE browser head-on. Chrome would also act as the centerpiece of a Google pseudo-OS. With Chrome and Google Gears, the Google would control the entire web experience of corporate users using Google Apps in lieu of Exchange or other solutions. Stay Tuned!