Bad Cloud Metaphors
- Storm warning for cloud computing
- Lightning Talk: Crunchy Cloud Computing (???!)
- The Fog over the Grimpen Mire: Cloud Computing and the Law
- Cloud computing - Storm clouds or is it smooth flying?
- Above the Clouds: A Berkely View of Cloud Computing
- Cloud Computing: Overcast and Spreading Gradually
- Cloud computing faces an overcast future before skies will clear
- Partly Cloudy - Blue-Sky Thinking About Cloud Computing
- The Dark Side of the Cloud
- If the Clouds Burst
- Clearing The Air On Cloud
- Cloud computing promises a rainbow of benefits
- Not Every Cloud has a Silver Lining
- Lightning strikes Dublin cloud computing
"Don't you dare associate me with this nonsense!"
Winner of the Cloud Nonsense Award 2011
This is a direct quote:
"Cloud computing is unreliable in a storm; if it rains, the data might get washed away. Information stored in mobile phones leaches into the phone’s battery and stays there even if the SIM is destroyed. Whatever you say hangs in the air around you for an hour, and can be sucked into recording machines and played back."Priceless.