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We need new monkeys, not repeats, of repeats, of CES monkeys, that were repeats of December's woot-off monkey. Pretty please with sugar on top.
That's O'neill with two L's *holds up three fingers*
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At work we keep getting customers who are all googoo-eyed and effusively burbling about the wonders of 'the cloud' and want us to help them move their operations to 'the cloud'. Its rather pathetic. I mean, there are some things that 'the cloud' is useful for, and a few where its downright great. But the glazed eyes and vapid jargon spurting about everything in the cloud... it gets scary.
But one thing we can do; point out major limitations in two of the big players; Microsoft can't keep theirs up and running reliably... and Amazon can't even handle the load for one single online sales site limited time special sale. Other alternatives have to be sought.
Look upon my Avatar, ye whiny, and despair!