This summer, Seattle's weather has been cloudy and cold. Luckily, "cloud" has another meaning.
For those of you wondering, what "cloudy" means, Eric Nilsson, from Insilicos, has a great article in Xconomy
on Seattle and cloud computing.
A quick description of cloud computing would is to think of computer hardware, that is, the servers and data centers, as "utilities." Where other utilities like the Rocky Reach Dam produce and sell electricity, cloud utilities sell computing power. How they ... Read more