What is the etymology of this phrase, and might the meaning change due to cloud storage?
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The phrase "Get off of my cloud" comes from the Rolling Stones song of the same name.
Cloud Computing will not change the etymology of this phrase, because etymologies do not change; they are historical.
It is possible that a new meaning for "get off of my cloud" could be coined with regards to cloud computing, but the phrase is not automatically affected by the existence of new meaning of the word cloud.