Gush was a free cross-platform instant messaging client supporting the Jabber protocol. Gush used Adobe Flash as its programming framework. It was designed to emulate a "desktop" interface and, besides its traditional instant messaging functionality, included a newsreader and picture browser in an aesthetically pleasing environment. Gush was advertised as being secure, full featured, and simple. As of May 2006, the Gush client is no longer available for download from its creators, who have been hired by Google and are now spending their time on projects there.
Gush Etzion tries to promote image with expanded 'Lamed-Heh' march. Annual remembrance of 35 soldiers killed in '48 battle gets boost from attempt to pass story on to youth, keep area in nat'l con
Jan 26, 2007; ANSHEL PFEFFER Jerusalem Post 01-26-2007 Headline: gush Etzion tries to promote image with expanded 'Lamed-Heh' march....