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Forget Goopon–Why a Groupon-Foursquare Combo Makes More Sense

"Hit Me Up" Was Facebook's Breakout Slang in 2010

Video: Picplz's Dalton Caldwell Says It's All About the Money

The Year in YouTube: Justin Bieber and the Bed Intruder

Shocking Bieber Upset: Oil Spill Tops Twitter's 2010 Trends

New Facebook Profiles Susceptible to Pranks

When Facebook Bought ConnectU From the Winklevii (Or, Parsing Legal Filings for Fun)

Viral Video: 2010 As Told Through Google Products

Help Wanted: Twitter Seeks Product Direction

Twitter Is So Mainstream Now: Eight Percent of Online Americans Use It

Involver Helps Brands Speak the Language of the Social Web

Flipboard CEO Mike McCue Live at Dive Into Mobile

Dennis Crowley Live at Dive Into Mobile

YouTube Adds Personalized Channels to Lengthen Living Room Sessions

Pulse News App for iPad Gets Social

SFund Invests in a Not-Particularly Social Site,

Facebook Engineering Director Aditya Agarwal Departs

Everything Will Be Social–And That Includes Sweating

Myspace Modernizes Mobile Site and App

Twitter Gets a Hollywood Guy: Omid Ashtari

Dubya to Zuckerberg: We Have So Much in Common!

Lady Gaga and Alicia Keys Go on Twitter Strike for AIDS

Twitter's Buffet of Options: Investors Like DST or Acquirers Like Google

The Turducken-Free All Things D Thanksgiving Reader (And Watcher)

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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