[Updated with video.]I'm spending a few days at Fortune Magazine's invite-only Brainstorm conference.
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.
I was at Intel's Centrino 2 launch on Monday and I'm hoping that Centrino 2 can do the same thing Centrino 1 did for WiFi but this time for WiMAX -- make it a reality.The timing for Centrino 2 to be a change agent for WiMAX, as Centrino 1 was for WiFi is perfect.
I was recently over at Intel as part of the Intel Insiders group of leading bloggers pulled together to offer marketing advice to the world's largest chip maker. Sean Maloney, the number 2 exec at Intel and Chief Marketing Officer spoke about the "fog" of marketing online.
The recent $100 million acquisition of Powerset, the semantic search engine company, by Microsoft looks to be more to do with advertising than beefing up the software giants' search capabilities.So far, Powerset has only demonstrated its technology against Wikipedia.
I just finished a news story about VeriSign's (NASDAQ: VRSN) secure OpenID services chosen by Microsoft for HealthVault users. The story discusses VeriSign's DNS services and its OpenID services and asks if this is a problem or a feature.
Online rule: Don't get into a fight with anyone online.This one is adapted from a recent Twitter experience in which I got into a twit fight with a twit...
I was shocked when I first heard that Bill Gates was going to move much of his time away from Microsoft and devote it to giving away money.MSFT is doing well financially but its short to long term prospects are challenging to say the least.
Dave Douglas is Chief Sustainability Officer at Sun Microsystems and he writes a monthly column in "Environmental Leader." This month he writes about a concept he calls "Peak Carbon.
Associated Press upset a lot of people with its new policy of restricting the use of its news stories in blogs and other web sites. But I have a proposal that could benefit everyone that creates content that is re-used or quoted by others.
San Jose suffered a massive calamity just a few years ago that cost it 225,000 jobs - nearly one quarter of its entire population - the worst job loss anywhere in the US since the Great Depression.The dotcom dotbomb from 2001 to 2003 was a period that San Jose wants to avoid this time around.