We're building applications written in JavaScript that use personal clouds as their backend storage. Here are the slides from a talk I've given several times about this concept.

On Monday, I released a new white paper, Introducing Forever: Personal Clouds Application Architectures about a new post-Web 2.0 programming model that uses personal clouds to store user data from an application. Last week at OpenWest and this week I also gave talks that not only included a demo of Forever, but also showed how to use CloudOS to build a JavaScript TODO list. I'll have a blog post about that a little later, but for now, I wanted to share my slides from the talk.