Superstar coders, like actors and athletes, now have agents.
Ted Nelson's Xanadu project began in 1960 and was supposed to be the universal, democratic hypertext library that would help human life evolve into an entirely new form. It didn't go that way.
Update: The software was finally, quietly released in April.
For the first time, the giants of the tech industry are spending more on creating, buying, and fighting patents than they are on R&D.Part of New York Times' ongoing iEconomy series.
A look inside Google’s Ground Truth.
How the self-proclaimed “inventor of all things streaming” went from dot-com millionaire to crime ring accomplice.
The story of an opportunity missed.
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