Media insiders point to glaring errors in his analysis.
Tom Foremski: IMHO
Former Financial Times reporter Tom Foremski writes about Silicon Valley business trends and the intersection of technology and media.
In May 2004, Tom Foremski became the first journalist to leave a major newspaper, the Financial Times, to become a full-time journalist blogger. He writes the popular news blog Silicon Valley Watcher--reporting on the business of Silicon Valley. Tom arrived in San Francisco in 1984, and has covered US technology markets for leading computer journals and newspapers around the world. Silicon Valley has become a media valley.
San Francisco based InPowered is taking on the native advertising trend with a focus on trusted, independently produced articles.
The best defense against malware is to identify it by its behavior.
Media and banking have the lowest levels of trust. Tech industry is highly trusted but vulnerable unless actions are taken.
The easy ones have already been minted. New ones require original experiences.
Lack of eye contact and a lack of empathy are sure signs of autism...
The combination of Big Data and predictive analytics will create a new type of agile business but the business processes need to change.
Google's hardware strategy is in tatters after huge losses. Will Larry Page find his voice and face Wall Street analysts at the Q4 earnings call?
AdSense represents about one-third of total revenues and is important to lots of media companies.
A grassroots event celebrating the engineering and design teams behind the 30 year old Apple Macintosh was excellent but poorly attended. Does Silicon Valley respect engineering?
Telecommuting solution to Silicon Valley conflicts - Google HR boss says there's no loss of productivity
The Internet enables people to work from home. It's great - Silicon Valley companies such as Google should try it.
Silicon Valley firms use cult-like practices to isolate their workers but it breeds conflict in neighborhoods.
Technology makes a transformative difference in the world. Yet tech companies are indifferent to their neighborhood problems.
Dan Farber helped launched this very ZDNet blog network you are reading right now, among many other achievements
GoodData CEO Roman Stanek says many businesses analyze less than 10 per cent of their data.