Granted, we mean well in our cautious and guarded admonishment, but it's starting to wear as thin as those who promote Cloud Computing as the second coming (when we all know full well that is Fiber Channel over Token Ring.)
We don't all have to chant the same mantra and we don't have to preach rainbows and unicorns, but it's important to be accurate and balanced.
I, too, am waiting for the day Cloud Computing will wash my car, bring me a beer and make me a ham sandwich. Until that day, instead of standing around trying to look smart by telling everybody that Cloud Computing is nothing more than hot air, how about making a difference by not playing a game of bad news telephone and add something constructive.
There's value in Cloud Computing so how about we move past the "confusing, over-hyped and buzzword" stage and get to work making it straight-forward, realistic and meaningful instead.