That's Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "Alice In Barackland" above and it went up yesterday.
I wasn't able to blog yesterday. I couldn't log in. So I went to bed early and got some much needed rest and told myself that if I could get in early in the morning I would do a quick post responding to a question from reader Steve.
Amazon has a feature called the Amazon Cloud player. It can store music or movies that you purchase from Amazon (or that you upload to the Cloud).
What this means, for example, is that I have "To Catch A Thief" from Amazon and I had to install it on my computer. So it eats up space and it's also on the CPU I never use anymore so I never watch it. "Rock 'N Roll" is one I bought more recently. Instead of downloading it to my laptop, I put it on my cloud. This allows me to watch it on my laptop or on any computer.
All I have to do is go to Amazon, launch the Cloud player -- on any computer -- and log in. Then I can hear any music I have in my cloud or watch any movies.
Steve's concern was that he was going to put stuff on the Cloud and lose it.
I guess that could happen. But if you bought it from Amazon and you put it on your Cloud and then it got lost through no fault of your own, I would assume Amazon would make good on your purchase by putting it back on your Cloud for you.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"