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- Premiere! ROD AMIS examines alternatives for educational policy in the United States in the first installment of AGENDA.
- THE BEST OF G21: MAXINE surfs the 'Net. Reprinted from December, 1996.
- Weekly cartoons by OLIVER GASPIRTZ. Come back every Sunday for an update of CARTOONS BY GASPIRTZ.
- DAY ONE: WOLF DEVOON on the challenges of "Individualism."
- LONDON CALLING!: FELICITY USSHER reports on the tenth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
- MEMOIRS OF THE INFORMATION AGE: JEAN-YVES DUROCHER asserts that the greatest barrier to the growth of the Internet is American ideology.
- POWERSSOUND: BOB POWERS reviews new music from VINX, ROD MACDONALD, TONIO K, THE JOHN HARMON TRIO and DAVE VALENTIN.
- DON'T READ ME FIRST!: ROD AMIS gives the background skinny in his weekly Publisher's Note.
- PLANETARY MADNESS: JENNIFER BLUE has this week's horoscope for your amusement and amazement.
FEED THE HUNGRY. You can help someone else in this world and IT WON'T COST YOU A DIME. If you simply remember to drop by The Hunger Site every day that you surf and click a simple button ONE LESS PERSON WILL GO HUNGRY. The food is distributed by the United Nations World Food Programme and paid for through the sponsorship of companies that care. Do your part.
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