The Silent Partner
Jason Goldman helped build Google and Twitter into what they are today — but few outside of tech's inner circle know his name. On shunning the spotlight in a star-obsessed industry.
Aaron Wants To Be Free
The late prodigy Aaron Swartz was a product of — and an engine behind — the Web's open-access culture.
The First 25 People On Facebook
Today is Facebook's ninth birthday. Meet the students who celebrated its birth — and find out where they are now.
The Earliest Adopters
Would there be a Facebook without Mark Zuckerberg? Nine years later, his Harvard classmates weigh in.
Grief And Anger At Aaron Swartz's Memorial
The information activist was "doomed to be just Aaron," recalls a friend. But a prosecutor was "hellbent on destroying his life."
Google's Lost Social Network
How Google accidentally built a truly beloved social network, only to steamroll it with Google+. The sad, surprising story of Google Reader.
15 Companies Getting Back Into The Businesses They Killed
That Words With Friends board game is just the tip of the disrupted iceberg.