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How Much Copyright Infringement Can You Cram Into a Single Tweet?

Web Commerce Isn't Really Social…Yet

Greylock's Reid Hoffman and David Sze on the Future of Social (Video)

For Ask.com, Foray Into Social Search Points to Mobile

Sky Falling on Secondary Markets? Now the SEC Is Investigating.

In Less Than One Month, CityVille Beats FarmVille to Become Zynga's Biggest Game

So Hot Right Now: Pictures and Ratings of Food

Video Meme: Hallelujah for Flash Mobs!

Stealthy Start-Up Sponge Builds Community Q&A for Companies

Help! I'm Addicted to CityVille

Meebo Finishes Series D at $27.5M

Salesforce Buys Small Contact Management Start-Up Etacts

Twitter Triples Team in One Year, Acqhires Q&A Start-Up

Google Social Researcher Jumps Ship for Facebook

Free Gmail Calling Is the New Landline

JibJab Picks Puppets and Politics for 2010 Recap

Top Docs on Scribd in 2010: Prop 8, P ? NP, GOP Pledge

Following Layoffs, Yahoo Cuts Products: MyBlogLog, Delicious, Yahoo! Buzz

Exclusive: TMS Acquires Online Video Guide CastTV

Flipboard Caves to User Demand; Adds RSS Feeds (And Flickr and Web Previews)

Putting Social to Work: Sustainable Seafood Mapping

Clicker Links Up Facebook for Video Recommendations

Glassy-Eyed Zuckerberg Is Time's Person of the Year

Facebook Is Best U.S. Place to Work (According to Its Employees)

Firefox Creative Lead Aza Raskin Leaves to Found Health Start-Up

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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