I've been away from the blogosphere, or rather mediasphere for three days, and I noticed that it is still here.I spent those moments with my kids and I've grown to like spending my time offline.
Tom Foremski: IMHO
Former Financial Times reporter Tom Foremski writes about Silicon Valley business trends and the intersection of technology and media.
Tom Foremski reports on the business and culture of Silicon Valley at the intersection of technology and media.
Defending against Oracle's attempt to wipe out large open-source communities will be difficult.
I was fortunate to meet my fellow ZDNet blogger Steve Gillmor on Tuesday evening. And I have to say that he is now my favorite of the Gillmor Gang, and that includes his brother, Dan Gillmor.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini is investing in marketing as he seeks to remake the image of the world's largest chipmaker in highly competitive markets
As a media professional of nearly 25 years, it is especially wonderful that media is now in the forefront of this technology boom. The new media really is the new technology--a concept that sounds strange at first but I think you will begin to see what I mean over the next year or so.
About fifty years ago a raw and passionate literature began to emerge and society tried to beat it back -- the Beat Generation was born
Let the search engines optimize themselves--web sites should focus on the user and not the searchbot
Journalists do it every day--do bloggers have the same stamina?
Google, Skype and VC's invest $21.7m to create planet-wide wi-fi network--leading bloggers give PR support
Yes, it is official, the 14-year old programmers are back, that means concrete proof that we have a new dotcom boom emerging--but this time with an interesting twist.The twist is this: The 14 year olds are not being employed by corporations, as was the case during the dotcom-hungry-for-html-skills mania of Internet 1.