Table of Contents: May-June 2004

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May-June2004
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Notes from the Underground
What the record industry can learn from a subway musician
by Nicholas Thompson, from The Washington Montly


Slow Seeing
To go beyond mere looking takes time–lots of time
by Rebecca Solnit, from Orion


Oslo’s Magic Track
Why do people run so fast in Norway’s Bislett Stadium
by Kenny Moore, from Runner’s World


Types

Typed & Transformed
Personality typing isn’t exactly psychology–it’s something better

Typecast in the Workplace
Is typing making corporate hierarchies worse?

by Clive Thompson, from This Magazine

7 Paths to Your Secret Self
Plot yourself on seven of the major personality typing systems
by Jon Spayde 


Tricksters of the World, Unite!
How going crazy will help save America
by Bradford Keeney 


Street Artists Speak Up
Artists with a conscience are going public in bold new ways
by Amanda Luker and Madeleine Baran, from Clamor

The Picasso of Protest
On the streets and in The New Yorker, Eric Drooker’s images mix politics and passion
by Kari Lydersen, from Punk Planet

How to Make a Stencil
Start with a manila folder, end up with street art
by Josh MacPhee 


The Two Sides of Fear
How a dreaded emotion can save our lives
by Frances Moore Lappé and Jeffrey Perkins, from You Have the Power

Fear and the Word
Even where speaking out can be fatal, the truth gets told. What’s our excuse?
by Ariel Dorfman, from Autodafe


Pedestrian Power
A new movement that’s got legs
by Jay Walljasper 

An American in Madrid
In Madrid, more and more of the streets belong to the people
by James Nolan, from North American Review


Focus: On Off-Beat Travel
Misguided Guidebooks?
“Authentic” travel guides may be masking global reality
by Chris Turner, from Outpost

The Couch Potato Adventure
Pedaling across Prince Edward Island on a sofa
by Jacqueline White 

Have Hoe, Will Travel
Seeing the world one organic farm at a time
by Andi McDaniel 

Unfaithful to Old Faithful
Why are Americans staying away from our national parks?
by Keith Goetzman 


View
Europe’s Food Fight
What happens when cherished traditions meet European Union regulations?
by Eric Larson 

The Naturopathic Way
A popular form of healing begins with the belief that nature cures
by Orna Izakson 

Literary Labels
Independent record companies turn to publishing books
by Chris Dodge 

The Guerrilla Gatherers
Harvesting forest plants is becoming big–and troubling–business
by Laird Christensen, from Whole Terrain

The Fight Against Fistulas
Organizations are rallying to save women from a humiliating condition
by Kari Browne, from Ms.

Whole Earth Review (1974-2003)
by Jay Walljasper 

High-Tech Help for the Hungry
Aidmatrix uses online savvy to make food aid more efficient
by Sarah Karon 

Remembering Terrell and Tariq
Two fathers honor their slain sons by refusing to hate the killers
by Jacqueline White and Jon Spayde 

The Green M.B.A.
A new business school model teaches students to look beyond the bottom line
by Leif Utne 


Gleanings
Worshipping Mr. Loh
Our personal deity is a 76-year-old Chinese guy
by Steve Wilson, from Clamor

From the Chernobyl Notebooks
What the animals knew that we didn’t
by Svetlana Alexievitch, from Autodafe

Ceci N’est Pas Une Comic
by Peter Kuper, from Empire

Dear Classmates
An alumni note
by Anita Dolman, from Geist

Sleep is Death Lite
Fear and trembling atop the raised platform
by Jeff Kay, from Crimewave

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