I have been involved in the internet since its inception. 
That means I have decades of experience and it has been exciting to watch and participate in this medium that is changing everything.Atari 400-IMG 7248.jpg


I was one of a handful of folks trained to teach librarians how to use the internet to do searches using the card catalogs online.

I was doing this before it was being done at the local library.   And I knew, things were going to change rapidly and in profound ways.  And,they have.
This was in the time of typewriters, newspapers and books.  HP-85-IMG 0440-grad.jpgNintendo-DS-Lite-Black-Open.jpg

Anyone want a typewriter?  How about a subscription to a newspaper.   How about doing research without using Google or YouTube?
Today the average person has all of these systems available 24/7 on their smart phone.
And don’t get me started with how adept kids are with all of these devices.   I think it’s great!



Okay, the kids are doing remarkably well with technology and everyone throughout the world is taking it for granted that these devices and systems will always be around.
This is why we need to take these technological marvels more seriously.

There’s a lot of power in these systems and we need to understand the features to maximize the benefits and reduce the consequences when utilizing these new technologies.


The purpose here at https://data-cloud-safe.com/ is to highlight a new area of concern regarding the internet and that is...”THE CLOUD”.Noordzee Avondlicht.jpg

Remember the days of, cassette drives, floppy discs, CDs, DVDs, hard drives and thumb drives, etc.?   They are all going away!
And they will be replaced by “THE CLOUD”.   So, get ready.   It’s time to understand what it is and how to use it before it uses us!

Also remember, that the cloud belongs to the world, not to just one country.
It’s literally everywhere, and it “ain’t” going away.  Contre-jour talk.jpg


If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

All the best,



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