Running for my life from the Cloud
Last week “George” sent me an email that included a link to a cloud story, introduced with “Since you seem to mostly post plugs for the Kronos cloud, I thought you might be interested in this article.” Ugh. I want this blog to entertain, and occasionally provoke a laugh or even a thought. I don’t want to be known simply as the guy that “mostly post plugs for the Kronos cloud,” but that’s part of the corporate blog gig, I guess.
It’s time for a break; time to escape the cloud except for any that may provide occasional shade at the beach. It’s just a vacation, but I’m fleeing the cloud in all forms. No blogging and no social media. My team will provide you quality content, but I’ll be so far out it may seem that I’m in. It won’t be easy to escape. During a little research, I discovered the program Freedom. Inventor Fred Stutzman says, “We’re moving toward this era where we’ll never be able to escape from the cloud. I realized the only way to fight back was at an individual, personal level.”
Fred, I’m in… I mean out… on a personal level. I’m packing some paper books, including The Miracle of Castel Di Sangro, a fine complement to the World Cup that I’ll be enjoying between beaching and biking. And my family, including my (Play)Joyce.
I’ll miss you, and I’ll miss the cloud of social media. If you miss me, here are some plugs for the Kronos cloud to keep you company.