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