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Hacking The Cloud – Popular Science!?

May 6th, 2011 No comments

OK, that’s not really a question, it’s a bit of a giddy, self-referential, fanboi-ish anouncement.

In the April 2011 “How It Works” issue of Popular Science, a magazine I’ve loved since I was a kid, Marie Pacella wrote a great story on security and cloud computing.

I was thrilled to be included in several sections and for once I’m not bashful about tooting my own horn — this is so cool to me personally!

The sections that went through editing got cut down quite bit, but originally the drafts included some heavier details on the mechanics and some more meaty sections on technical elements (and theoretical stuff,) but I think Marie and the editors did a great job.  The graphics were awesome, also.

At any rate, if you subscribe to the magazine or better yet have the iPad application (which is awesome,) you can check it out.

Don’t have an iPad or the magazine? ┬áRead the story here

 

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