Where the actual online money is centralized, and where Google will have to go to continue chasing it.
Wednesday, December 1
Tuesday, November 30
What happened to the minds behind Napster, Gnutella, WinAmp, and BitTorrent after their creations irrevocably changed business and culture.
Wednesday, November 10
The prosecutor in the case of hacker turned F.B.I. informant (but still hacker) Albert Gonzales and his organization Shadowcrew : “The sheer extent of the human victimization caused by Gonzalez and his organization is unparalleled.”
Thursday, November 4
The perpetually underpaid author takes a moonlighting job with Demand Media, publisher of search-engine optimized articles with titles like “Hair Styles for Women Over 50 With Glasses”, absurdity ensues.
Friday, October 29
Many experts believe it’s inevitable that in the coming decades, humans will figure out how to live considerably longer lives. It might not be a good thing.
Wednesday, October 27
An early attempt to explain the world-changing power of computer software—and the minds of young programmers like Bill Gates—to a mass audience. “Software,” the article begins, “is the magic carpet to the future.”
Monday, October 25
How two Italian teenagers hacked the Soviet space program and may have heard the dying breaths of a lost cosmonaut.
Are we at war? The U.S. government’s evolving response to cyber security and its impact on privacy.
Tuesday, October 12
Diapers.com has a stripped-down business model, a massive warehouse staffed by robots, and a legitimate chance to outsell Amazon.
Thursday, September 30
How the mind behind Lemmings and Grand Theft Auto plans to push gaming further.
Monday, September 27
Can real activism happen on Twitter and Facebook? Malcolm Gladwell says no.