All I could say when I first saw the program called bumptop on a video sometime last year, was wow. Now I have it on my computer, in beta 15. What’s weird though is that I didn’t get an email that it was available until the fifteenth beta release. Check out Bumptop.com, then click Watch bumptop in action to see what you can do in bumptop, and so that I wont have to go through it all. What I think I like about bumptop the most is the way I can manipulate everything, I mean, I can throw the icons across the screen, put them into a pile then slip through them like a book, and although I can’t remember how I did it, I could make all my icons on my desktop pile up, then I would have them do something, then they would shoot up and then fall haphazardly down to the desktop, it was a lot of fun to do. It’s just fun to manipualte all of your icons like that, but I don’t know if it’s really practicial, I mean, I used it the day I downloaded it and today for a couple tests for this article, but I don’t use it regularly, and that’s because there’s nothing amazing it has to offer for my productivity, all in all, it’s pretty cool, but it’s not a necessity.