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Tech journalist Clive Thompson runs his own "personal cloud" on a server that sits under his kitchen table. Clive says it's now easier than ever to keep our personal data out of the hands of corporations by running our very own servers....

Tech journalist Clive Thompson runs his own "personal cloud" on a server that sits under his kitchen table. Clive says it's now easier than ever to keep our personal data out of the hands of corporations by running our very own servers.

<!--START Clive Thompson on personal clouds AUDIO HERE --> <div class="clear"></div> <!--END Clive Thompson on personal clouds AUDIO --> <ul> <li>Clive mentioned <a href="http://www.tonido.com/">Tonido</a> and <a href="http://bittorrent.com/sync">Bittorrent Sync</a></li> <li>Clive's WIRED article:<a href="http://www.wired.com/opinion/2014/02/2203thompson/">It's Time for You to Take the Cloud Back From Corporations</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.collisiondetection.net/">Clive's blog</a></li> <li>Clive's book: <a href="http://smarterthanyouthink.net/">Smarter Than You Think</a></li> </ul>

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