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10/29/2010

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Reading this and you come up with a good thing, storage vs content management. Use cases can't just be about storage, though that is an important use-case. Storing online needs to be like using a drive. Box.net has done that already.

Without reading your example, it starts with sharing. I want to share stuff. Not just with friends, but between Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, and whatever comes next.

I don't see a lot of home uses for retention until I store tax forms online. What I really do with that though, is store data.

This is something to think upon. Trying to think of uses in the new world, but it is a challenge. Maybe some Guinness with like minds would go a long way.

-Pie

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