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Apple vets steal GMSV's exit strategy

Acquicor Is it 1998 all over again? Three former Apple execs took their new company public the other day and investors pumped $150 million into it, though Read More →

For fundraising purposes, we went with Progress & Freedom instead of Stasis & Tyranny

"We could instantly hook up to the Internet everyone who can pick up a radio signal, and they could pump through as many bits as they could ever want. We'd go from an economy of digital scarcity to an economy Read More →


"15 year old student, Tom Vendetta has been hired by search engine giant Google Inc. The student will receive a lowered salary, which will be placed into a bank account for future education, said Google CEO Larry Page. When asked Read More →

Hey, Melinda, what do you call a crank on a computer? Nicholas Negroponte.

Surely it was mere coincidence that moments before publicly deriding the $100 laptop to be provided to developing countries as part of Nicholas Negroponte and MIT's "One Laptop Per Child" program (see "And we don't expect any complaints about Read More →


"The fact is that innovation was a little different in the 20th century. It's not easy (now) to come up with greater and different things. If you're looking for the next big thing, stop looking. There's no such thing as Read More →

Audience members wearing eyepatches and carrying parrots should be viewed with suspicion

And ticket takers should report anyone who says "Argh."

Why is it so difficult for Hollywood to admit that going to the movies just isn't as fun anymore? That consumer habits are changing and the film industry must change its Read More →