Hi Dana - welcome to wikinvest; I'm thrilled to see you're contributing to the growning body of investment research on the site, and I hope you'll find the site a useful resource for your own research.
I removed a section you added to the concept page on internet advertising, as I thought it was just slightly off topic, and a little bullish as well (neutral page is meant to be strictly factual). I'm including the text you added below. You could add it to the "bulls" page on internet advertising, or, even better, you could start a concept page on cloud computing here: Concept:Cloud Computing. If you have any questions or if there's anything I can do to help, please don't hesitate to drop me a message (link below).
Parkerconrad 11:41, May 21, 2008 (PDT)
The future of online business has a lot more in store than advertising as we know it. The cloud compute fabrics now being constructed can support a lot more finely tuned matching of buyers and sellers, for consumers and businesses alike. The consensus moves toward an algorithmic meta-data driven future in which the winners will likely be taking a piece of many online transactions. This real-time marketplace can scale up to global mass media, and down to the audience and location of one.
The companies are thinking beyond the old model of advertising. Online advertising is not only a segment, and companies are looking beyond the wider opportunity to use the automation on the Web as a way of just bringing buyers and sellers close together.
This requires a tremendous amount of cloud compute to the same levels matching search criteria to results and then matching that to advertising. That advertising is then bought through an auction bid process among those seeking the highest placement.