> This is just for the dummies who think he still matters in tech, and still has a voice. In both cases, he does not.
IMO, anything less than a seat on the Board would be a waste of Alan's time. Being an advisor to a company who's already decided on what they want is like talking to a wall.
> remember the Toshiba Libretto
The W100 was pretty cool.
This is fine for text-based apps, but graphic apps, like Photoshop, would be bogged down too much.
I have nothing against cloud computing, per se, but I insist on having my data on-site as well. The cloud is a great place for backing up your data, but I wouldn't use it for live data.