From the Web

TED on the Run

How a conference copes with success—and brickbats.

Mar 2013
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Why Moon Shots Matter

Google’s Larry Page on going all the way.

Feb 2013
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Inside Google’s Top-Secret Data Center

The search for what makes Google Google.

Oct 2012
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The Revolution According to Steve Jobs

Dec 2011
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Jeff Bezos Owns the Web in More Ways than You Think

Why Amazon’s CEO is the premier technologist in America.

Dec 2011
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Facebook, Spotify and the Future of Music

Nov 2011
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Inside Google+

How the Search Giant Plans to Go Social.

Jun 2011
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Battle of the Clipper Chip

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How the Propeller Heads Stole the Electronic Future

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Y Combinator Is Boot Camp for Startups

May 2011
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There’s No Year That I Didn’t Love My Job

Bill Gates looks back at the road he and Microsoft have traveled, and at what’s ahead for his foundation.

Jun 2008
From the Web

Google Goes Globe-Trotting

To train a new generation of leaders, the search giant sends young brainiacs on a worldwide mission.
Nov 2007
From the Web

Touch-Up Worth It?

Steve Jobs explains the new iPod lineup, the competitive pressures facing Apple and the potential for angry customers over the iPhone price cut.
Sep 2007
From the Web

Facebook Grows Up

At 19, Mark Zuckerberg came up with a new way for college kids to connect—and started an online revolution. Now 23, he’s trying to build out his business without losing its cool.

Aug 2007
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Covering All the Online Bases

The digital business of Major League Baseball started out as a mess. Now it has $400 million in revenue and may revolutionize the economics of the sport.
Jun 2007
From the Web

Meet the Next Billionaires

Calling all geeks! Do you have a hot idea for a start-up? If so, this boot camp where Silicon Valley meets American Idol is for you. That is, if you make the cut.

May 2007
From the Web

Inside Chrome: The Secret Project to Crush IE and Remake the Web

Sep 2008
From the Web

Prophet of Privacy

Whitfield Diffie took cryptography out of the hands of the spooks and made privacy possible in the digital age—by inventing the most revolutionary concept in encryption since the Renaissance.

Nov 1994
From the Web

The Man Who Cracked the Code to Everything

But first it cracked him. The inside story of how Stephen Wolfram went from boy genius to recluse to science renegade.
Jun 2002
From the Web

Lawrence Lessig’s Supreme Showdown

The Great Liberator Lawrence Lessig helped mount the case against Microsoft. He wrote the book on creative rights in the digital age. Now the cyberlaw star is about to tell the Supreme Court to smash apart the copyright machine.

Oct 2002
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The Trend Spotter

Tim O’Reilly built an empire on computer manuals and conferences that make sense of new technologies. Along the way he became the guru of the participation age.

Oct 2005
From the Web

Mission Impossible: The Code Even the CIA Can’t Crack

The sculpture named Kryptos at CIA headquarters contains a secret message—but not even the agency’s brightest can crack its code.

Apr 2009
From the Web

E-Money (That’s What I Want)

The killer application for electronic networks isn’t video-on-demand. It’s going to hit you where it really matters—in your wallet. It’s, not only going to revolutionize the Net, it will change the global economy.

Dec 1994
From the Web

Crypto Rebels

It’s the FBIs, NSAs, and Equifaxes of the world versus a swelling movement of Cypherpunks , civil libertarians, and millionaire hackers. At stake: Whether privacy will exist in the 21st century.

May 1993