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Do we want music, software, and books to be free – or not? By Lawrence Lessig
The open-source movement is the largest threat the software giant has ever faced. Does Bill Gates have a plan?
Contrary to what Lawrence Lessig says, a truly free society allows for proprietary systems.
Michael Crichton’s new novel fingers the wrong villains in global warming.
Alan Greenspan avoided the mistakes of his Federal Reserve predecessor.
A collection of research papers touts the promise of neuroeconomics.
Does Google’s plan to digitize millions of print books spell the death of libraries; or their rebirth?
The founder of The Whole Earth Catalog believes the environmental movement will soon reverse its position on four core issues.
The Arctic refuge may soon be in the hands of Big Oil. Will it drill clean?
The founder of Red Herring and AlwaysOn traveled to the World Economic Forum annual meeting and reported back to Technology Review’s editor, Jason Pontin.