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Vodafone: Texting Still Down in Egypt, Except for Government Propaganda

Five Questions for Spiceworks Co-Founder Jay Hallberg

Intel's Chip Troubles Cause PC Shipping Schedules to Slip [Updated]

The Internet Is Back to Normal in Egypt; the Country, Not So Much

A Very Short Letter From a Friend in Cairo

Six Questions for ARM President Tudor Brown

In Case You Needed Reminding, Social Enterprise Software Is Going to Be Big

As Egypt's Last Internet Connection Goes Down, Alternatives Appear

Intel Says Sandy Bridge Support Chip Has "Design Errors"

IBM Brings the Cloud to New York City

Microsoft: Every Current Version of Windows Has a Gaping Hole in It

Seven Questions for Sunny Gupta, CEO of Apptio, the CIO's New Best Friend

Salesforce.com to Promote Chatter.com During the Super Bowl

LinkedIn Aims to Raise $175 Million in IPO, Filing Shows

Police in the U.K. Arrest Five in "Anonymous" Web Attacks

On Deck, Which Helps Small Businesses Get Capital, Lands Some of Its Own

Michael Dell Thinks HP Paid "Way Too Much" for 3Par

Intel Invests $100 Million in Visual Computing Research at Universities

Obama Wants a Wireless Broadband Network for Everyone

Check It Out: Will.i.am Is Just One of Two Intel Pop-Music Partners (Video)

Why Is Google Spending $10 Million on Fflick? Perhaps to Predict Box Office Success.

Google Deal for SayNow to Make Google Voice More Interesting

Amazon Gets Into the Bulk Email Game

Start-Up Fusion-io Breaks EMC's "Record" on Enterprise Flash

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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