Blog Profile / ZDNet: Tom Foremski

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Archived Since:February 3, 2010

Blog Post Archive

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.

Intel's search for leadership

The world's largest chip maker is looking for a new CEO...

Naughty or nice? The need for an ethical search algorithm

Online businesses are trying to shut down competitors by using unethical business practices -- because they can, thanks to Google

The dark nature of Google's business ... and self-driving cars

The nature of Google's business isn't well understood by mainstream media which often portrays the search giant as a car company...

Measuring the bullshit in online metrics

Silicon Valley VC Marc Andreessen calls "bullshit" on online metrics... How much bullshit is out there?

Delphix - How virtual databases can close data centers

Delphix is by far the most impressive startup I've seen all year and I meet with a lot of companies...

Giant General Electric Says It Needs Silicon Valley

I had the chance to speak with GE CEO Jeff Immelt about how Silicon Valley's innovation engine can spark GE's future.

The changing role of PR in the era of 'Pageview Journalism'

What happens when PR companies develop the ability to drive traffic to news stories about their clients?

Fake press releases and negative SEO - New problems for company announcements

Businesses need to be careful how they send out press releases, Google is increasingly judging them by the company they keep...

Fake press releases and flawed newsrooms could trigger Google action

Businesses need to be careful how they send out press releases, Google is increasingly judging them by the company they keep...

Chris Anderson: Why I left Wired - 3D Printing Will Be Bigger Than The Web

Chris Anderson, former Editor-in-chief of Wired magazine, believes home-based "replicators" will transform our future.

Is the future of serious journalism in the hands of corporate media?

Corporations are beginning to produce serious journalism. Is this the funding model for the future of high quality journalism?

The inexorable rise of corporate media and the decline of journalism

Corporations are dabbling in journalism and other forms of publishing... A report from the Global PR Summit.

Can public relations become 'brand journalism'? What is it?

Public relations companies are increasingly having to produce a lot of media for their clients. Does that make them into some new type of journalist?

NASDAQ plans to unify private shares markets for startups

The trading of shares in venture backed companies is a fragmented market and prone to price manipulation. NASDAQ has plans to launch a single market.

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