- 8 Jul 08, 17:10 GMT
I've got used to writing articles and scripts that I need to access both at home and at work as Google documents. That way they are available anywhere that I have access to the internet, safely stored on Google's servers.
But suddenly this afternoon - just as I was in the middle of writing another blog post - Google Docs went down: "The server encountered a temporary error and could not complete your request."
A timely reminder that "cloud computing", where everything you own is held somewhere in the internet cloud, can have its limitations. I'm sure Google will have this sorted within minutes - but right now I'm wishing I'd saved my work locally, or even printed out a draft.
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