Here's the picture: 'Sentiment analysis' is cool but suspect. It only takes one fake tweet to crash the Dow, anyway.
It turns out it's best to treat one's apps like one's friends: Be very, very careful about which you let close.
It looks like Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile are going to have one less gigantic revenue source to tap.
The Recording Industry Association of America has opened its archives, revealing digital devastation.
The truth is, the number of successful small businesses is actually shrinking.
The lifeblood of the corporate information economy is about to get commoditized, killing some suppliers.
Unlike financial markets, art markets work.
What makes real money these days is keeping it small and local, staying calm and ignoring the Web.
Yes, tomorrow is a fabulous thing. But you still have to sell it.
Never mind the $25 million and the Oscar. Shirley Jones has grandkids, and they're not on Facebook either.