Keith I Myers – 2015-03-31 14:36:25-0400 – Updated: 2015-03-31 14:36:25-0400Hey +Joseph Hindy / +Adam Outler / +Kevin The Tech Ninja / +Chris Yackulic – Can I ask a huge favor. I am putting the finishing touches on my next April Fools Day Joke. Can I bother you guys for a quick “Review” plug.Shared with: Chris Yackulic, Joseph Hindy, Kevin The Tech Ninja, Adam Outler, Chris Yackulic, Joseph Hindy, Kevin The Tech Ninja, Adam OutlerJoseph Hindy – 2015-03-31 14:38:34-0400Hmm I didn’t have anything planned for april fool’s day…so why not?
Now, what is a plug?Adam Outler – 2015-03-31 14:43:05-0400I’m not on XDA staff anymore due to conflict of interest. I can blast something out on social media if its acceptable. Keith I Myers – 2015-03-31 14:45:12-0400+Adam Outler – It has nothing to do with April Fools. Just need you to write a funny review for a fake product. The more ridiculous the better. You know how a lot of companies are offloading computer power and storage to “The Cloud”? Why not Cloud RAM. Joseph Hindy – 2015-03-31 14:45:16-0400That’s what I thought he meant lol. Keith I Myers – 2015-03-31 14:49:41-0400Just come up with a sentence or 2 and I will add it to the site tonight. It is not yet onlineKeith I Myers – 2015-03-31 14:52:48-0400Edit : It is worth noting that they do not have to be “Good” reviews. In fact a few bad ones are always funny. Adam Outler – 2015-03-31 14:53:34-0400I’ve been powering my IOT projects using Cloud RAM for the last year. The flexibility of adding more RAM when needed has taken my projects to the next level and enabled things I never thought possible with simple Arduino or Raspberry Pi alone. Compared to other services, Cloud RAM just makes sense.Keith I Myers – 2015-03-31 14:54:24-0400Sweet. Thanks +Adam Outler Joseph Hindy – 2015-03-31 15:05:37-0400Cloud RAM is the reason I can even work. My computer had 16GB of physical ram that broke down last year and ever since I’ve been using 32GB of cloud RAM. What’s even better is I can pop it out of the cloud and use it for other things as well. My cloud RAM has been used to butter toast and even as a shoe horn on occasion. My dogs love chewing on it and Adobe Premiere Pro not only recognizes it as RAM, but as a second graphics card! I heard about it from Marques Brownlee. I heard the dude LOVES his cloud RAM!Keith I Myers – 2015-03-31 15:06:21-0400SWEET +Joseph Hindy