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Re: Most energy efficient (home) setup
From: Jeroen van Aart <jeroen () mompl net>
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 15:26:18 -0800
Joe Greco wrote:
Quite frankly, it's a little horrifying how quickly people have embraced
not owning their own resources. On one hand, sure, it's great not to have
to worry about some aspects of it all, but on the other hand...
The web sites that we entrust our data to can, and do, vanish:
You know where I never have to worry about any of that? On gear we own
"Cloud" is a crock of hooey buzzword. There's no "cloud." For the
average end user, it is the realization that we've farmed out tasks to
Sun had it right all those years ago: "The network is the computer."
But it doesn't have to be Amazon's network, or Google's network.
We *are* the North American Network Operators' Group. The people
here are more than just a little clued about this stuff.
I wholeheartedly agree.
I couldn't have said it better :-)
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Re: Most energy efficient (home) setup Daniel Staal (Feb 23)
Re: Most energy efficient (home) setup george hill (Feb 23)
Re: Most energy efficient (home) setup Marcel Plug (Feb 22)
Re: Most energy efficient (home) setup Lamar Owen (Feb 23)
Re: Most energy efficient (home) setup Leo Bicknell (Feb 23)