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Kodak was never going to be the Kodak of digital photography

Don't blame the once-mighty company too much for its decline--it was never meant to dominate photography in the 21st century,

By January 20, 2012


The speed of technology's 'creative destruction'

The Internet, built on open source, may well hasten the creation and demise of tech start-ups, but companies focused on long-term customer value will thrive.

By December 10, 2009


To troll or not to troll, is that the question?

The Supreme Court is considering the validity of business method patents, but there's a more fundamental question for entrepreneurs: should one exercise one's patent rights?

By December 2, 2009


Judging Wintel on the eve of a new era

The proliferation of Netbooks and the emergence of Internet-based computing raise myriad questions for Microsoft and Intel-and there are no easy answers on the horizon.

By January 13, 2009


All together now: 'Long Flat Balls' for free!

A Norwegian director of B movies is pleased as pie that some goofball paid money to enter a theater and rip off his latest film. Sanity check time.

By April 4, 2008