John Paczkowski

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John Paczkowski
Born John Paczkowski
(1969-08-10) August 10, 1969 (age 47)
Nationality American
Occupation Journalist, Blogger

John Paczkowski (born August 10, 1969) is an American journalist and blogger who authored the technology blog Good Morning Silicon Valley for Knight Ridder and The San Jose Mercury News from 1999 to 2007. He's a graduate of Brown University.

Of Paczkowski, venture capitalist Paul Kedrosky said, "(he) is quietly creating the most drily funny oeuvre of tech-related commentary anywhere. He is cheerfully adept at sticking in the knife, catching executives speaking sweet nothings, and generally providing much-needed context for the silliness that passes for Silicon Valley speak."

In January 2006, Paczkowski announced his retirement as Good Morning Silicon Valley's editor to take a position working with Wall Street Journal reporters Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher on, an online extension of the duo's annual D: All Things Digital conference.

In May 2007, Paczkowski was incorrectly named as the anonymous author of the Fake Steve Jobs Blog - a spoof diary of Apple's founder. The blog is actually authored by Daniel Lyons.

In February 2015, Paczkowski stepped down as Deputy Managing Editor at Re/code to manage the San Francisco bureau of news blog BuzzFeed.[1]


  1. ^ [1] Career Beat: John Paczkowski hired by BuzzFeed, Benjamin Mullin, Feb. 24, 2015

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