Posts By Arik

Cisco Probably Took a Hit From the Federal Shutdown

EMC’s Pivotal Wants to Help Your Company Build Its Software

Apple Starts Shipping iPad Mini With Retina Display Today

Don’t Get Too Excited About GlobalFoundries and Apple — At Least, Not Just Yet

Seven Questions for Lance Crosby, CEO of SoftLayer, IBM’s New Cloud Company

Box Has Picked Its Bankers for Its IPO Next Year

Nine Questions for Andy Jassy, Head of Amazon Web Services

Shane Robison Is Working on an Extreme Makeover at Fusion-io

Nutanix Teams With RiceHadleyGates on Global Expansion Push

The Mystery of the Google Barge Is Over, and the Answer Is Kind of Boring

Big Data App Engine Continuuity Names WebLogic Founder as Director

EMC Sues Pure Storage, Alleges Misuse of Trade Secrets By Former Employees

Enterprise Storage Startup Coho Data Lands $25 Million Series B

Acer Seeks to Regroup With New CEO, Job Cuts

iPad Air Has Spendier Display, Costs Less to Make Than Earlier Models

BlackBerry’s Thorsten Heins Stands to Make Up to $22 Million Upon Exit

BlackBerry Shares Crash on Word of Buyout Bid Failure

Western Digital Adds Something New to Hard Drives: Helium

HP Rises on a Day Full of Unusually Good News

Rockstar Patent Consortium Sues Google, and Practically Everyone Making Android Phones

Oracle, Google and Red Hat Engineers Ride to the Rescue of Health Care Site

How and Why HP Is Making a Long-Term Bet in Greece. Yes, Greece.

How the NSA May Be Tapping Yahoo’s and Google’s Fiber Optic Cables

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Just as the atom bomb was the weapon that was supposed to render war obsolete, the Internet seems like capitalism’s ultimate feat of self-destructive genius, an economic doomsday device rendering it impossible for anyone to ever make a profit off anything again. It’s especially hopeless for those whose work is easily digitized and accessed free of charge.

— Author Tim Kreider on not getting paid for one’s work