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Tom Foremski

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Columnist, ZDNet and Blogger, Silicon Valley Watcher — ZDNet

Ex-Financial Times journalist. Silicon Valley is changing into a High-Tech Media Valley zdnet.com/blog/foremski/ siliconvalleywatcher.com

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Former Financial Times journalist and columnist. Founder of SiliconValleyWatcher.com — reporting at the intersection of technology and media.

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@tomforemski — 28,430 followers, 16,835 tweets

@sramana That sounds great! BTW when would #400 come up?
382nd Mby1M Roundtable For Entrepreneurs January 18 ... #400 is coming up! I'd love to hear about Sramana's experience in advising so many entrepreneurs... How well do they take advice or are they already set on a path? Would be my question...  https://twitter.com/sramana/status/954222213850390529 
@zatlyn I'm a big fan of Cloudflare. It's San Francisco's secret tech companies — and one of the most important on the Internet. It is also one of the defenders of DNS and the hyperlink. If we lose the hyperlink we lose the web.  http://zd.net/2lYPmLN 
Russian interference is nothing. The Russians have taught us how to destabilize important information.Those simple but effective techniques will be now be used by Republicans and Democrats… Hold onto your seats. It’s not illegal to do it if you are American.
Yes and we should mention @TDefren colleague @juliecrabill founder of @iclabs who jumped on it immediately with great enthusiasm  https://twitter.com/robbrown/status/951191498778923008 
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Awards

Holmes Report IN2 Innovator 25

2013 - Innovator
Aarti Shah wrote: "For having the foresight to see that every company is a media company even before the content craze took hold. For being the PR industry’s Silicon Valley, sounding the alarm for industry disruption and plainly pointing to pockets of new opportunities. And for being among the first brave journalists to take the leap from the analog to the digital realm even when the model was still half-baked, at best."