Christopher Marsden (Sussex): Law and Technology. Adam Candeub (Michigan State): Behavioral Economics, Internet Search, and Antitrust. Scott Shackelford and Jamie Darin Prenkert (Indiana) and Timothy L. Fort (George Washington): How Businesses Can Promote Cyber Peace. What happens when Amazon and Google start a price war over the future of the Internet? From the new Vox.com, why the government should provide internet access: Ezra Klein interviews Susan Crawford, former Special Assistant to President Obama on science, technology, and innovation policy, on how the internet is too important to be left to the private market. In Silicon Valley there really is a class war going on, a wage-fixing cartel that’s pitting the one percent against everyone else. Yiren Lu on Silicon Valley’s youth problem: In start-up land, the young barely talk to the old (and vice versa); that makes for a lot of cool apps — but great technology? Selena Larson on Yahoo, destroyer of startups: Yahoo is shutting down innovative apps and services right and left as it snaps up startups — to no clear purpose. From New York, is this a tech bubble or not? Kevin Roose wants to know; a look at the failure fetish in Silicon Valley; and what’s become of the tech scene? Heart of blandness: Ken Layne on a walking tour of Silicon Valley. Mark Oppenheimer on how technology is not driving us apart after all. Tim Wu on why making technology easier to use isn't always good. From Edge.com, John Brockman interviews Kevin Kelly on the Technium. The social in the machine: Barbara Hahn on how historians of technology look beyond the object.