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From the editor in chief
Energy: Now you can buy your electric power online.
DNA is Wall Street’s latest craze.
Can it adapt to the New Economy’s love of intellectual property?
One company offers a way for Internet users to keep their activities private.
The Cluetrain Manifesto: The End of Business as Usual
The New New Thing: A Silicon Valley Story
Rembrandts in the Attic: Unlocking the Hidden Value of Patents
Normal Accidents: Living with High-Risk Technologies
It was just a trial-until quarters jammed the prototype.
The father of the MPEG says a wired world needs a way to acquire-and pay for-content online.
Are you ready to send and receive ten times as much e-mail as you do today? Probably not. We all need to adopt e-mail survival strategies: birth control and euthanasia.
Bob Swanson, the founder of Genentech, embodied virtues that today’s venture capitalists are badly in need of.
Am I old-fashioned? It offends me that Mary Meeker, “Queen of the Internet,” earned $15 million last year.
Media corporations are stealing our cultural heritage. Can we take it back?
An elegant animation technique is sowing delight-and confusion.
Ex-Byrd flies high on MP3.