I'm bringing this up after reading more stuff talking about "your personal cloud" or "can be hosted on your on-site cloud" NO THAT'S NOT THE CLOUD YOU NITWITS.
@zorinlynx i feel like using "the cloud" to refer to any general-purpose managed infrastructure is probably a better semantic distinction
i.e. purpose-built "private clouds" which are just task-specific data centres makes no sense
but the idea of like... servers as a general-purpose commodity is the line I draw for the use of the term
@zorinlynx "cloud" stands as one of the most persistent IT-grifter buzzwords IT has ever been party to
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