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By offering young company founders advice and about $17,500 each, Paul Graham is reshaping the landscape of the tech business.
Technology startups are booming. But is a shortage of mentors holding some back from success?
At 23, Seth Priebatsch has a life that’s all about winning, and not much else.
Cleanweb entrepreneurs come armed with computer skills, a profit motive, and a determination to solve environmental problems.
A digital guerrilla fighter explains what’s wrong with anti-piracy laws, why the Internet and copyright law don’t get along, and how he got into politics.
For a new generation of technology company founders, money is the easy part.
As it readies for an IPO, the social network puts engineers, not HR, in charge of a global search for young programmers.
17-year-old Laura Deming doesn’t drive and can’t vote. Is now her chance to change the world?
Young stars dominate the technology headlines. But outside the Internet, research shows, innovators are actually getting older as complexity rises.
Information technology means we can rethink transportation.