The research at CERN isn’t just about finding the God Particle. They’re also looking a little lower down in the heavens, trying to find out the origins of clouds, because right now we have very little idea.
Over the last year, Web 2.0 became cloudy. Yes, once upon a time, Sergey and Larry defined their vision for Google as an effort “to organize the world’s information and to make it universally accessible.” As a result of this ambitious goal, “cloud computing” as the web savants call it, has become all the rage. Move over Doppler 5000. Today, “cloud computing” has become an integral part of the interwebs’ inexorable movement into sunny weather.