You might as well bet on the prison industry. We're stripping ex-cons of their chances to go straight.
Alessandro Di Benedetto and Team Plastique lost a race but showed investors how to profit from technology.
With less-reliable, smaller players joining the CA industry, Web security looks as unsettled as the Wild West.
Shaggy's ski-making business should be a Web success story, but the outdoors is actually all bricks and mortar.
Cooperation is not communism. But for investors, it might turn out to be just as dangerous.
The same customized, 'give it away and make it up on volume' approach is leaking into manufacturing.
It's no longer a question of if we let software analyze data and write the reports. It's how much we still get to do.
Nike, Lululemon and a seemingly endless number of start-ups are keen on health tech. But can they make it pay?
Because you can't run cool software on a computer that does not run.
Rally or not, Internet or not, Information Age or not, in the context of history, this is not sustainable.