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Mark Cuban: On Second Thought, I Do Have Some Things to Say About These SEC Charges

How to Shut Mark Cuban Up: SEC Insider Trading Charges

When Will Hulu Catch YouTube? It Already Has

Twitterers, Bloggers Praise Motrin for Giving Them Something to Do Last Weekend

Wondering if AOL Is About to Kill Your Favorite Service? We Can Tell You

More Time Inc. Cuts: InStyle, Web Exec, Plus–Reader Mail

Nokia’s Warning Sounds Bad for the Music Business

Time Inc. Layoff Update: 30+ From Essence, Entertainment Weekly; Many More to Come

Universal Music Group: We’re Still Selling Tunes, Amazingly

Want to Hear What Katie Couric Said Yesterday? Don’t Read Portfolio

AOL: More Eyeballs, Less Money

Obama’s Post-Election Media Bump: Over

Katie Couric: I Got Help Before My Sarah Palin Interviews

Gawker Media’s Nick Denton: Anyone Want to Buy a Blog?

Nick Denton’s Payroll Shrinks by One: Right-Hand Man Noah Robischon to Fast Company

Yet More Google Estimate Cuts: Big Online Marketers Slashing Ad Spending

An Online Ad Bright Spot: Short Videos Made by Grown-Ups. One Catch, Though

The Online Ad Slowdown, by the Numbers

MC Hammer, Conference Correspondent

Condé Nast Web Arm CondéNet’s Turn for “Across the Board” Cuts

CBS Kills CNET Music Site It Never Launched

Shhhhhh! Media, Tech Moguls Meeting Today. Don’t Tell Anyone!

Datz’s All-You-Can-Eat Music Service: No iTunes Killer

VCs Closed Their Checkbooks Last Month

More Time Inc. Layoffs: 92 Jobs in Marketing, Sales

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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