There is a fair amount of debate as to where and who coined the phrase “cloud computing”, which was first used as a metaphor for the internet itself, as cloud diagrams were used back in the 60s to illustrate the concept.
We live in a data-centric world; we’re all saving photos, music, videos, contact details, and personal and business documents on storage devices that range from itty bitty flash drives to mega terabyte hard drives.
In an age of fading CDs, long distance tech, and the budget conscious everybody, take time to invest in your loved ones who live far away. Buy a few cheap flash drives and load new music, gifs, photos, podcasts, and video on them. Then send them to your friends via mail, so they can open a gift of multimedia, personally curated by you. Have this mutual exchange of multimedia gifting with family and friends so you won't feel so far away from them. :)