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Blog Profile / Tom Foremski: IMHO

Filed Under:Technology
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Archived Since:February 3, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Recruiting for jobs that need clout - would you use Klout?

All companies need to be seen and they want employees that understand how to use social media. Should they check their Klout scores before hiring?

Why Intel needs to elbow ARM out - its about its future fabs

Intel's plans for gigantic 450 mm chip fabs will be derailed if it can't fill their production lines...

Can insults without pageviews incite violence?

Looking for insults on the Internet invariably rewards the searcher.

The role of tech journalism in a post-technology world

Technology is important in determining our collective future but intense media coverage of the specs of consumer products such as the iPhone misses more important issues.

ZERO1 Biennial - 'Seeking Silicon Valley' through arts and technology

If you are visiting the Silicon Valley area, check out 'ZERO1' - the three-month long arts festival across Silicon Valley and beyond kicks-off this week.

Career advice: Striking gold with techno-pessimism

Andrew Keen makes a good living as a professional techno-pessimist. There's room for more.

GE Software: The Bay Area's Giant Startup

GE is building a formidable Software Center in San Ramon as part of its goal of transforming industry sectors and boosting its own productivity.

Giant WPP stokes M&A competition for digital marketing startups

Competition among giant marketing and advertising groups could be a boon for Silicon Valley investors...

Google suspects web site improvements as potentially manipulative

These are tough times for webmasters trying to improve the quality of their sites...

'Every company is a media company' fueling M&A

PR firms and marketers are hoping to cash in on helping companies become media companies...

Should Facebook board members wait to cash out?

Peter Thiel, on Facebook's board, has drastically reduced his ownership. Is this a sign of a lack of confidence in the future of the company or a savvy move?

The 'Golden Arches' of TED and the rise of the techno-humanists

The Technology, Entertainment, Design (TED) conference has expanded around the world with local events, books, and prizes, but are all of its ideas worth spreading?

Google to the world wide web: 'All your links are belong to us!'

It sure looks like CEO Larry Page wants to own the hyperlink -- and boost $GOOG's revenues into the stratosphere.

The 'toxic' hyperlink - Google's brilliant business strategy

It sure looks like CEO Larry Page wants to own the hyperlink -- and boost $GOOG's revenues into the stratosphere.

Women VCs - Partners or publicists?

Women continue to have a tough time in Silicon Valley's clubby VC firms, even in relatively young firms...

Media hungry Silicon Valley VCs

Some are using top publicists, while others prefer super hero costumes...

Amazon has a great advantage in mobile...

Amazon's smartphone is on the way. And it has an important advantage over some of its rivals.

'Access journalism' ... and the Silicon Valley reporter

Controlling access to top executives is a traditional way that Silicon Valley companies try to ensure favorable coverage.

Roger McNamee and Silicon Valley's war with Wall Street

It's all about smart money versus dumb money, but it's not the way things normally pan out.

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