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This interesting quote from Sam Newman over at Magpie Brain caught my eye:
"Amazon S3 exists only for other services and applications."
Sam's entire post is worth reading; I think he really captures the spirit behind S3.
March 22, 2006 in Thought Pieces | Permalink
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