August 13, 2010 Since its creation the internet has been a kind of economists dream; a place without barriers, where any idea can get a hearing, where the best ideas win. But some worry the dream could be ending.
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August 24, 2009 On today's Planet Money, author Julia Angwin argues that the founders of MySpace wanted to recreate the chaos of a nightclub. She says it helped that they knew next to nothing at the outset.
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September 12, 2008 Over the coming weeks, my colleagues and I will blog about the various decisions that we made while developing the API. The purpose of this series is to continue to be as transparent as we can be and to be an active, engaging part of the technica...
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