Tuesday, April 26, 2005


Sun's entry into the DOIP race is called a SunRay. Its primary value?
It's a PC you never, ever upgrade. Whose intelligence is located in
someone else's datacenter. With a beautiful monitor secured with a SIM
card (just like the one in your cell phone). No, it's not perfect for
all applications - SunRay's only work where Google works (ie, where
there's a reasonable network connection). But I wouldn't bet against
ubiquitous network coverage. Even on an airplane.


PeterDawson Home of ThoughtFlickr's
"Don't screw with me, I'm a Damnocrat and I've got nothing to lose but
my dealer-financed pickup."

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