Blog Profile / ZDNet: Tom Foremski

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Archived Since:February 3, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Hyperlink-free SABEW announces winners in business reporting competition

A society of US editors and journalists should embrace modernity and the hyperlink -- the single most defining element of the world wide web.

GOOG wants your eyeball - futuristic $1500 goggles coming sooner

Google Glass is a breakthrough concept but can Google sell it beyond the geek market without a charismatic spokesperson?

The Steve Jobs Way: Exploring the intersection of psychedelics and technology

Silicon Valley's roots are in a radical counter-culture that once embraced LSD as a possible creativity booster...

SFMusicTech Summit: Musicians and Geeks search for sustainable business models

Being a musician can be fun but it's a tough way to pay rent. Can technology devise a sustainable business model?

Edelman: Global survey reveals that low trust in business and government is contagious

Trust in business and government has fallen to new lows and everyone is being tarred with the same brush...

How will business cope with massive content inflation?

Even high traffic web sites could become economically unviable as inflation devalues all content, good and bad...

Unreasonable Institute: On the good ship entrepreneurship...

Life on board a ship packed with 11 startups, teachers, mentors and hundreds of university students on an around-the-world trip.

HP sets limits on student workers in China

The computer company is taking steps to limit the exploitation of young workers.

SpiderOak: Encrypting the cloud and foiling corporate hackers

SpiderOak is a cloud based data storage service with a difference -- it has no idea what its customers are storing.

Silicon Valley is now Media Valley: A giant virtual Gutenberg machine with programmable type

The PBS' American Experience documentary series looks at a Silicon Valley that's more than fifty years old and vastly different from what it has become today...

Where were the activists when Aaron Swartz needed support the most?

His tragic death is being used by many to push through new laws and demands for changes in government and academia. Yet those voices were largely absent when he needed them the most.

Aaron Swartz's suicide note and the missing activists

The tragic death of a brilliant young man is being used by many to push through new laws and demands for changes in government and academia.

Crunchies awards go to mostly old startups

The Crunchies 2012 featured a lot of already well known companies and personalities...

Advice for marketing people and others that won't join Facebook and/or Twitter

If it has to do with your job then you need to join them. You have to be in them to know them.

Top Silicon Valley VC defends Apple

Michael Moritz says there's no other company like it in past 50 years...

Swipp launches global ratings system for all things, people, and places

Swipp is the latest launch from one of Silicon Valley's most successful teams.

Media disruption continues to hurt newspapers

The Financial Times plans job cuts despite being a pioneer in the digital media news business.

Identropy leverages the cloud to improve identity management

Identity management systems are core to the security and viability of any commercial enterprise but they are complex and hard to deploy.

2013: The inevitable rise of corporate media and Silicon Valley's disruption of all media

Corporations are becoming media companies and they're using Silicon Valley technologies to do it.

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