Google is terrible at marketing. A new service is accidentally discovered by CNET...
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.
Ad Age has analyzed the job numbers and digital media companies have become the second largest media sector employers. But what are the new jobs? Are they low-paid "press release" flippers?
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?
Intel's plans for gigantic 450 mm chip fabs will be derailed if it can't fill their production lines...
Looking for insults on the Internet invariably rewards the searcher.
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.
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.
Andrew Keen makes a good living as a professional techno-pessimist. There's room for more.
GE is building a formidable Software Center in San Ramon as part of its goal of transforming industry sectors and boosting its own productivity.
Competition among giant marketing and advertising groups could be a boon for Silicon Valley investors...