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Feb 2003  *  273 Power Laws, Weblogs, and Inequality
Jul 2003  *  172 A Group Is Its Own Worst Enemy
Mar 2003  *  136 Permanet, Nearlynet, and wireless data
Nov 2003  *  125 The Semantic Web, Syllogism, and Worldview
Mar 1998  *  116 In Praise of Evolvable Systems
Mar 2004  *  115 Situated Software
Sep 2003  *  99 Fame vs Fortune: Micropayments and Free Content
Mar 2003  *  78 Social Software and the Politics of Groups
Nov 2004  *  68 Group as User: Flaming and the Design of Social Software
Oct 2002  *  64 Weblogs and the Mass Amateurization of Publishing
Jan 2003  *  48 Customer-owned Networks: ZapMail and the Telecommunications Industry
Jan 2004  *  45 Is Social Software Bad for the Dean Campaign?
Dec 2003  *  43 The RIAA Succeeds Where the Cypherpunks Failed
Apr 2002  *  41 Communities, Audiences, and Scale
Oct 2003  *  36 File-sharing Goes Social
Dec 2000  *  33 The Case Against Micropayments
Aug 2004  *  30 The Possibility of Spectrum as a Public Good
Jun 2003  *  26 The FCC, Weblogs, and Inequality
Dec 2002  *  25 IN-room Chat as a social tool
Sep 2002  *  23 Broadcast Institutions, Community Values
Jan 2003  *  22 The Music Industry and the Big Flip
May 2004  *  21 Nomic World: By the players, for the players
May 2001  *  21 Hailstorm: Open Web Services Controlled by Microsoft
Jan 2003  *  17 LazyWeb and RSS: Given Enough Eyeballs, Are Features Shallow Too?
May 2003  *  16 Grid supercomputing: The Next Push
Jun 2002  *  16 Half the World: An investigation of the phrase “Half the world has never made a phone call.”
Jun 1999  *  13 An Open Letter to Jakob Nielsen
Feb 2004  *  11 VoIP - Plan A vs Plan B
Nov 2002  *  10 DNA, P2P, and Privacy
Mar 2001  *  8 Interoperability, Not Standards
Apr 2001  *  7 P2P Backlash
May 2002  *  5 Domain Names: Memorable, Global, Non-political?
May 2000  *  5 RIP, the Consumer, 1900-1999
Jan 2001  *  4 The Parable of Umbrellas and Taxicabs: Different kinds of resources in P2P systems
Feb 1999  *  4 The Interest Horizon of Open Source
Apr 1998  *  4 View Source... Lessons from the Web's Rapid Development
Feb 2001  *  3 P2P Smuggled In Under Cover of Darkness
Dec 2000  *  3 In Praise of Freeloading
Oct 2000  *  3 PCs are the Dark Matter of the Internet
Apr 1997  *  3 Help, the Price of Information Has Fallen and It Can't Get Up
May 2001  *  2 Security and Decentralization
May 2001  *  2 Slashdot Interview
Dec 2000  *  2 Peers not Pareto
Sep 2000  *  2 XML: No Magic Problem Solver
Jun 2000  *  2 WAP and International Net Adoption
Apr 2000  *  2 Napster and music distribution
Jan 2000  *  2 Open Source and Quake
Sep 1999  *  2 An Open Letter to Microsoft
Jun 1999  *  2 Why Smart Agents Are A Dumb Idea
Mar 1998  *  2 Playfulness in 3D Spaces
Jun 2001  *  1 The Java Renaissance
Jul 2000  *  1 The Toughest Virus of All: Why viral marketing can never be a general purpose tool
Jun 2000  *  1 Napster and "User as Media Outlet"
May 2000  *  1 Time-Warner and ILOVEYOU
May 2000  *  1 WAP's Closed Door Approach
Apr 2000  *  1 Napster and "Content at the Edges"
Jan 2000  *  1 AOL’s Brilliant Climbdown
Jan 2000  *  1 The fusing of desktops and servers
Dec 1999  *  1 The WTO and the Seattle Protests
Nov 1999  *  1 ATT and Cable Internet Access
Nov 1999  *  1 Interview with Media Life magazine
Nov 1999  *  1 The Cable Internet Industry is an Over-hyped Meltdown Waiting to Happen
Oct 1999  *  1 How Television Ratings Portend the Death of Mass Media
Oct 1999  *  1 Suns Quasi-Open Source model
Sep 1999  *  1 Culture is Just Another Word for "Arbitrage Opportunity"
Aug 1999  *  1 The Internet and the Size of Government
Jul 1999  *  1 Language, The Internet, and the Next Century
Jul 1999  *  1 The Internet and Hit-driven Industries
Apr 1999  *  1 Web Traffic and TV Ratings
Nov 1997  *  1 The Icarus Effect
Oct 1996  *  1 Dont Believe the Hype: User preference and product design
May 2005     Ontology is Overrated: Categories, Links, and Tags
Apr 2001     The Real Wireless Innovators
Feb 2001     Peak Performance Pricing
Jan 2001     The Wal-Mart Future: You can't pursue an inflationary path to a deflationary ideal
Oct 2000     Wireless Auction Follies
Oct 2000     The DNS System is Coming Apart At the Seams
Oct 2000     The Napster-BMG Deal
Oct 2000     Darwin, Linux, and Adaptive Radiation
Aug 2000     Resist the lure of simplified history
Jul 2000     Napster and the Death of the Album Format
Jul 2000     The Music Industry Will Miss Napster
Jul 2000     Its the Communication, Stupid
Jun 2000     We've (Still) Got a Long Way to Go
Feb 2000     Ford, Subsidized Computers, and Free Speech
Feb 2000     WAP (Wireless Access Protocol) and Intellectual Property
Dec 1999     The Abuse of Intellectual Property Law
Dec 1999     1999: The Year the World Wide Web Went World Wide
Nov 1999     Internet World 99: A View From the Floor
Nov 1999     Internet World 00: A View From the Floor
Oct 1999     Kasparov vs. The World
Oct 1999     EasyEverything and Internet Use in Europe
Sep 1999     Time to Open Source the Human Genome
Aug 1999     Why Stricter Software Patents End Up Benefitting Open Source
Jul 1999     Internet Use and National Identity
Jun 1999     Citizens and Customers: National Identity vs. Economic Identity
Jun 1999     Pretend vs. Real Economy
Jun 1999     Who Are You Paying When You're Paying Attention?
Mar 1999     Free PC Business Models
Feb 1999     Social Computing in Student Populations
Dec 1998     The Divide by Zero Era: The Arrival of the Free Computer
Oct 1998     Short Takes on Linux
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