Posts By Arik

What HP’s Meg Whitman Appears to Have Learned From Steve Jobs

Yammer Adds SAP to the List of Business Software It Supports

Whitman: HP’s Turnaround Is a Multi-Year Journey That’s Just Getting Started

HP Beats Street’s Lowered Expectations

Downgrades Aplenty for Dell After Earnings Miss

Big Blue Goes Big on IT Security

Never Mind! Cisco Still Totally Hearts Set-Top Boxes.

There’s a Storm Ahead for HP’s Printer Business

Results From HP and Dell May Be Pretty Good After All

Meet Mountain Lion: The Latest Mac OS

JIBE Makes It Easier to Get Referred for the Job You Want

Cisco Appeals Europe’s Approval of Microsoft’s $8.5 Billion Skype Acquisition

For Hackers, Attacking Phones and Tablets Is the New Hotness

Guess What? This Mobile Internet Thing Just Might Be a Big Deal.

Investors Sure Love Them Some Jive Today

Seven Questions for ARM CEO Warren East Likes Facebook, Loves Big Deals Ahead of Earnings Report

Seven Questions for Cisco Systems CEO John Chambers

Oracle Acquires Taleo for $1.9 Billion

Cisco Fits Back in Its Skinny Jeans, Drops $1 Billion in Annual Costs

Cisco Reports: It’s Getting Better

Will the Turnaround at Cisco Systems Stick?

Newly Public Jive Beats the Street

AMD Sales Chief Ghilardi Leaves

Oracle to Court: Let’s Try SAP Again

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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