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- AMERICAN DREAMS: Guest Writer JOHN MC GINNIS predicts that the World Trade Organization presages an era of Neo-Mercantilism. "Velocity of Change"
- CULTURECAST: JENNIFER BLUE looks at the nature of memory, nostalgia and "advertised history" in her latest deconstruction. "Erasure Head"
- Weekly cartoons by OLIVER GASPIRTZ. Come back every Sunday for an update of CARTOONS BY GASPIRTZ.
- DAY ONE: KEVIN CAREY continues his rumination on the meaning of the failed World Trade Organization summit. "Wait"
- G21 NEWS: A Special Report, "Voices from Seattle."
- HOT LINKS(Not from Louisiana): RAHEEM is back with all-new Link Partners, including Fort Worth Star-Telegraph columnist ROBERT PAUL REYES. (The last time we looked, RAHEEM had collected links to over seventy of the Hottest places on the 'Net. The brother is tireless!)
- MEMOIRS OF THE INFORMATION AGE: ROD AMIS on the challenges of the next decade. "Dreaming the Future"
- MY GLASS HOUSE: Take another visit to our Publisher's sand-box.
- POWERSSOUND: BOB POWERS uses the new CD by T.K. BLUE as the springboard to a reminiscence. "Birth of A Jazz Addict"
- PLANETARY MADNESS: JENNIFER BLUE has this week's horoscope for your amusement and amazement.
- VOX POPULI: Our "Letters" page shows what other readers of The World's Magazine think about efforts old and new. Kudos and Brickbats for our drug reform coverage, our reports from Serbia, Rod's latest efforts, John McGinnis, and much more!
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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