Blond Bombshell on Java Desktop

Sun is making a new Java Desktop push.  Check out the jgoodies (sorry) at JavaDesktop, a java.net community.  JGoodies, ready-to-go Swing library for crisp look and feel that rivals SWT, is being open sourced at the site.  JNDC, Java Desktop Network Components, is a XUL-like mechanism.  Read Amy Fowler's whitepaper on JNDC which was good enough to excited Gerald Bauer, the main guy behind Luxor-XUL project.  He wrote in an e-mail to XML-DEV:

"Amy Fowler (a blond bombshell working for Sun if I dare to say (*)) wrote a whitepaper titled "Java Desktop Network Components (JDNC): Boosting Interactivity and Productivity at the Same Time" for the new javadesktop.org site (part of the new java.net Sun Community initiative)."

Amy is indeed cute enough for even me to "XUL-over" and her paper is recommended if you are into Java, XML, or UI.