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Back to the Future: How the New York Times Saw the Web in 1995

Free Music Site SpiralFrog Finally Calls It Quits

The New York Times Slaps Another Web Wrist

Palm: Never Mind Our Earnings–The Pre Is Going to Be Awesome

Sony, Google Fire Back at Amazon’s Kindle With… “Black Beauty”?

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on Yahoo Talks: We’re Still Waiting for Carol

Live from New York: Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer

Time Inc. Wonders What You’ll Pay For on the Web

Viacom CEO Dauman: Yep, We’re Still Suing Google

Sony Fesses Up, Slashes Its Dividend, Too

NBC CEO Jeff Zucker: Jon Stewart Was “Incredibly Unfair” to CNBC

Google Sells Advertising to Advertisers

Someone Who Used to Work at The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Gets the Last Word

A Fail You Can’t Blame Twitter For: ABC’s McCain Interview

Discovery To Amazon: Hands Off Our Kindle!

Blockbuster Investor Bets Against Chapter 11

Hearst Shuts Down Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Replaces it with Website

Mr. Hulu Gets a New Gig: Former NBC Digital Boss George Kliavkoff Goes to Hearst

What Happened at South By Southwest? A Google Guy Explains.

Why Is Pepsi Paying for Web Radio, Twitter and Facebook?

Meet Ms. Techmeme: Megan McCarthy Explains All

What Does Facebook Connect on the iPhone Mean? A Big Web Brain Explains.

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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