Silicon Valley Watcher (IMHO - Book)

2017
January
24,
2017
| 04:32 PM America/Los_Angeles
The Fake News epidemic is a direct result of our continued failure to create a stable business model around professional news media. We seem to have forgotten that the news media sector continues to be in turmoil. Take a look at a few of the h...
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2012
October
06,
2012
| 04:54 PM America/Los_Angeles
Financial Times Media Editor Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson wrote an interesting article:PR and news boundaries are being redrawn - FT.comHis report concludes that... search and social media trends suggest corporate content will only grow. Whether media o...
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2010
August
08,
2010
| 07:59 PM America/Los_Angeles
We live in a world of ubiquitous computing -- there are ever more computing devices everywhere.We will soon live in a world of ubiquitous video cameras. You probably have one staring at you right now just inches away from your face -- the camera in y...
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July
10,
2010
| 04:00 PM America/Los_Angeles
It's interesting that blogging started off in the San Francisco area because here, there is a long tradition of new forms of writing. I've long been fascinated with the literature of the Beatniks -- a word coined by San Francisco columnist Herb Caen ...
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June
28,
2010
| 04:37 PM America/Los_Angeles
Mobile, fragmented, and unrooted. These days our culture is becoming more mobile because we are more mobile. We have a vast torrent of mobile digital devices and the infrastructure to allow us to be on the move constantly, to become more nomadic. We ...
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June
25,
2010
| 08:12 AM America/Los_Angeles
California has by far the largest number of tech workers. According to TechAmerica Foundation's Cyberstates 2010 report, it has 993,000 tech workers, and its largest center is Silicon Valley. But it's not just Silicon Valley that impresses me. If you...
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