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Old 24th May 2010
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Default Interview: Nick Carr talks Google, Apple, and cloud clients

From http://arstechnica.com/business/news...ud-clients.ars

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I think if you look at Google as a business, their overriding goal is to get more of computing to move onto the Internet—to move off the local hard drive. And the reason is pretty clear from a business standpoint: it's because then Google can get access to that information, can be a provider of it, can incorporate it into its services and so forth, can attach ads to it... so I think its overriding goal is to push all of us into Internet-based computing.
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