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Gnome Pie is very cool visual application inspired by World of Warcraft addon called oPie. You can use this application in Ubuntu to make your OS very cool.

Gnome Pie - Visual Application Launcher:
Gnome pie have multiple "pies", and each pie is triggered by a keyboard shortcuts you set.
Every pie has it's own role: applications category, a focused window pie (maximize, unmaximize, close, etc), a media pie (play/previous/pause/etc) and other pies.
You can modify/delete/add your pies, you have full control on your pies.

Here is some Screens shots of "Pies".

To install Gnome Pie open Terminal (Press Alt+F2 and type: gnome-terminal) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:

When installation finished, launch Gnome Pie from menu and then use Ctrl+Alt+A to launch some applications, you can find Gnome Pie shortcuts in preferences.

Gnome pie works on Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal and Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot and Linux Mint.
If you want to install it on any other OS, you can download Gnome Pie from this GitHub.