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Renay San Miguel
Twitter: Brought to You by [Insert News Outlet Here]
03/13/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1406 Words

The possibilities are so intriguing to me that on Wednesday I sent a tweet to Evan Williams asking for his input: "primomedia@ev Renay San Miguel here with TechNewsWorld. For this week's column: would you consider selling to a media co. that owns...

Renay San Miguel
Sour Grapes, Part Deux: SXSW Shows New Media Its True Colors
03/05/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1812 Words

Renay,
I've been working on this at every angle since our chat and doubly since receiving your letter of assignment. We've also been working feverishly for the past several weeks to be sure that all the complimentary press credentials we've allotted...

Renay San Miguel
The 21st Century Journalist: PR by Day, Reporter by Night?
05/22/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1472 Words

Visions of typing endless lines of "all work and no play makes Renay a dull boy" also figured into my thinking, I admit. So I decided to use Wasserman's excellent column, with its recommendations for new editorial rules of the road, as a...

Renay San Miguel
Why Is Apple Tethering Itself to AT&T?
05/28/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1000 Words

The late British singer-songwriter Nick Drake's "From the Morning" lulls you into accepting all this as just another day in the U.S. right before the voice-over announcer brings us to the point with the (ahem) blanket statement: "AT&T covers 97 percent of all Americans." Even the ones using iPhones in San ...

Renay San Miguel
AT&T's Winter, Spring and Summer of Discontent
06/18/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1304 Words

Yet this is all a part of the continuing storyline that has AT&T blaming iPhone users for all the data they hog on the devices, hence the problems with dropped calls in San Francisco, New York and other areas. It's prompted a...

Renay San Miguel
Lost iPhone Brings Scoundrels, Sharks and Shysters Out of the Woodwork
04/30/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1433 Words

But then last weekend the Gizmodo editor who wrote about the prototype iPhone and conducted the video breakdown of it came home to find San Mateo County law enforcement officials raiding his home and confiscating his computers. They had broken in the door...

Renay San Miguel
Apple Parties Like It's 1985 - and That's Not a Good Thing
04/23/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1400 Words

Unless we've missed something in the technosphere, has Apple officially tried to trademark "Pad?" Is there an obligatory joke to be made about a forthcoming Apple brand of feminine hygeine products? And if Apple has taken the moral high ground with adult content on its iPhone, is any of that going to roll downhill soon for users of iPods, iPod touches, iMacs and MacBooks? This may come as a slight shock to those using Apple products in its home court: the San ...

Renay San Miguel
That Was The Week That Was in Online Journalism
04/16/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1545 Words

His pointed, poison-pixel work for the San Francisco Chronicle 's site, SFGate.com , brought him the honor. The jury said "his biting wit, extensive research and ability to distill complex issues set a high standard for an emerging form of commentary."

Politico's...

Renay San Miguel
The Incredible, Invulnerable, Indispensable Social Network
07/23/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1100 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
The Sweet Smell of Social Media Success - and the Funk of Failure
07/16/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1131 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
Lessons Learned From a Career Tweeted Away
07/09/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1036 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
No Kin Do: Microsoft Keeps Limping Into the Mobile Era
07/02/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 882 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
A Gyroscope That Will Set the Tech World Spinning
06/11/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1008 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
Jobs at WWDC: Taking the Stage With Chutzpah Only Apple Can Afford
06/04/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1122 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
Facebook Is Flirting With a Big Business Backlash
05/21/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1268 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
Whose Wikipedia Is It, Anyway?
05/14/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1419 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
How One Reporter Used Social Media to Build Bridges
05/07/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1501 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
Net Neutrality Will Score a Net Win in Congress
04/09/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1299 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
The Great Firewall of China Will Engulf the Gutless
04/02/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1151 Words

TechNewsWorld columnist Renay San Miguel started his journalism career with his hometown newspaper in Texas in 1979. He moved to television in 1985, anchoring, producing and reporting in Austin, Dallas and San Francisco before joining CNBC as a technology correspondent from 1997...

Renay San Miguel
iPad's Not Soft Enough to Cushion Journalism's Hard Landing
01/29/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1147 Words

The NY Times demonstration Wednesday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco came the closest yet to delivering on that promise. It was classy, elegant and useful.

Sorry to say, but none of that means that Apple's tablet...

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