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Discussion (WK3) This week we’ll look at Fortune Magazine . Click here for the Fortune Magazine website . You’ll find one (or several articles) to analyze from the economic perspective. After you select and review one current events article, post your analysis and/or comments to your classmates below. For full credit, review three of your classmates postings and reply to them as well. If you're the first to enter the Discussion there will only be a Respond button. Otherwise, you will see others' posting below. Click on the + Expand All button to view all of the entries made by your fellow learners.     Grace Onodipe   23 Jan 10    7:33 PM MST  Ron_Knapp_D3.doc
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Thomas Edison would have loved cloud computing http://brainstormtech.blogs.fortune.cnn.com/2010/01/22/thomas-edison-would-have-loved-cloud- computing/ It's time to bring a little clarity to the concept of "cloud computing," perhaps the most important, but least understood, technology trend of 2010.
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