Eric Schmidt, "With hindsight, why has this been so hard? After all, we had all the IT stuff. And then the web was invented. But the web isn't really cloud computing--it's an enormously important source of information, probably the most important ever invented. One major web innovation cycle happened in 1995--remember the Netscape IPO, Java and all of that--ultimately leading, in 1997, to an announcement by Oracle (and bunch of other people including myself) called "the network computer." It was exactly what the Chrome team at Google was talking about on Tuesday. Go back and read the language. Use your favorite search engine and look at what I said," said in his talk during the release of Chrome OS.
Here're Chorme OS Event videos:
Chrome Browser -- Part 1
Chrome Web Store -- Part 2:
Chrome OS -- Part 3:
Eric's Speech & Closing -- Part 4: