Posts By Arik

The Clock on the Wall Says It May Be Time for More Analog Deals

Texas Instruments to Acquire National Semiconductor for $6.5 Billion

The List of Companies Affected by the Epsilon Breach Grows and Grows and Grows

RSA Explains How It Was Hacked

Is Cisco Undervalued? At Least One Analyst Thinks So.

Thousands of Web Sites Hit With New Twist on Old SQL Injection Hack

Seven More Questions for Gil Elbaz, CEO of the Data Mercenary Factual

Oracle's Hurd Says Directors Will Soon Be Auditing IT Security

A Closer Look at the Salesforce Deal for Radian6

The Secret to Some of Lucasfilm's Magic: Nvidia's GPU Chips

Google Jazzes Up Kansas City's Broadband To Acquire Radian6 for $326 Million in Cash and Stock

Google Adds Instant Results, Local Availability to Commerce Search

Apperian, Enabler of iPhones and iPads for the Enterprise, Lands $9.5 Million

A Virtual Tour of the Town of Dirt, from the Animated Film "Rango"

The Nintendo 3DS Appears Pretty Profitable, Judging by the Teardown

Lucasfilm's Data Center, and an Encounter With the Real Death Star (Video)

Got Any Old IP Addresses? Need to Raise Cash? You May Be in Luck

Oracle Delivers on Earnings and on Its Promise to Profitably Acquire Sun

Oracle Beats the Street, Boosts Dividend

Short Supply of Japanese Electronic Parts Hitting Global Car Industry

InsideView, an Intelligence Dashboard for Salespeople, Raises $12 Million

Featured Video

View all videos »

Search »

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