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Cloud computing’s me-too problem: Little boxes all the same

September 10, 2012 No Comments

I’ve been a big fan of “Weeds” on Showtime, now in its eighth season. If you’re a fan, you know that the show have went back to its original theme music, “Little Boxes” by Malvina Reynolds: “Little boxes on the hillside/Little boxes made of ticky tacky/Little boxes on the hillside/Little boxes all the same.”

Although the song’s lyrics are about cookie-cutter suburban developments, they remind me of the cloud computing market, whose technology seems to be becoming “little boxes all the same.”

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