Graeme Thickins
Technology Writer & Analyst

Advancing Knowledge in IT Trends, Technology Startup Issues,
Innovation and Growth, Software, Mobile, Apps, Big Data, Analytics,
Cloud Computing, APIs, Collaboration, Social Media, and More


  • Articles & White Papers

  • Content Strategy/Development

  • Message Development & Positioning

  • Industry Relationships

Could you use a writer with 25+ years of broad technology experience?
Email Graeme now to discuss your writing project

Read more about Graeme here:

1) His background and experience

2) His profile at CloudBook:"Where the Cloud Community Connects"

The best, most recent examples of Graeme's writing are here:

1) His blog: Graeme Thickins On Tech

2) Minnov8 (where he's a regular contributor and weekly podcast participant)

... and he's guest posted at several other blogs, including ReadWriteWeb and CloudAve.

Here's some recent coverage he did for for ProgrammableWeb - of a major developer event,
the Glue Conference in Denver (May 2014):

Developers at Roundtable Ask, 'Are APIs Copyrightable?'

'API First' Isn't Just for Startups Anymore

How to Secure Your REST API the Right Way

10 Reasons Why Developers Hate Your API

Reverb, Apigee Announce Swagger 2.0 Workgroup

As APIs Proliferate, Can Search Scale to Keep Up?

API Design Should Be About 'Interactive' and 'Tinkering'

Two of Graeme's popular Flipboard Magazines:

1) "Big Data in the Wild"
2) "Healthcare Tech News"

Graeme doesn't pay much attention to this stuff - but, in the past, he's been named (twice) to the list of "Top 100 Analyst Bloggers"
published by Edelman UK's blog Technobabble 2.0, where he has been ranked #52. He has also been named to their list of
"Top Analyst Twitterers," where he has been ranked #13. This is Graeme's Twitter page.

Here's a Sampling of Graeme's *Earlier* Published Work:

Could you use a writer with 25+ years of broad technology experience and highly refined editorial skills?

For more information, please email me at: graeme (at)
Let me know if you have a potential assignment or engagement, and I'd be happy to discuss.

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