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Google Goes To Great Lengths to Prove that Chrome’s Cloud Approach Can Avoid Disaster

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I think we all know that one of the benefits of Cloud Computing is that your data can be stored on servers in the cloud and retrieved in case of a disaster. Well, in case you haven’t figured that out yet, Google has produced a video destroying a few of those Cr-48 notebooks in various ways.

This should keep Xavier from having to test this out, I hope.

Warner Crocker is a professional theatre director, producer and playwright and also a Tablet PC enthusiast. He is also a Microsoft MVP for Tablet PCs. Send email to Warner. You can follow him on Twitter or Google+

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  1. tivoboy

    12/10/2010 at 1:32 pm

    And to think, people are starving everywhere in the world today. Whats that, about 10K$ worth of hardware just WASTED!

  2. savagemike

    12/10/2010 at 8:35 pm

    So that is why they bought up picnic.
    I don’t know.
    I am not totally sold.
    Sometimes I am someplace without wi-fi and the free 100mb a month whispernet dealio will not go too far.
    I do not plan on adding another $100 monthly nut for data when I am out and about.
    Besides, even on the home wi-fi using picnic as opposed to picasa locally takes a lot more time.
    Also, I was kind of disappointed that they have so far left all the paid extras in picnic.

    Will be interesting to see what the prices will be, but I just don’t know if I am ready for being totally in the cloud at any rate.

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