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G21 Table of Contents & Back Issue Info
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G21 LIGHTNING STRIKES: IF you are not reading this yet, you are so behind the times. Catch up now.
G21 AFRICA: Our in-depth reports from Africa have included reports from around the continent. Find out why this is award-winning writing. This week="Holy Poverty" by STEVE OGAH, Lagos, NIGERIA
ON FILM: Our Media Editor brings you insights on the latest films, life and times in the world's most exciting city. The most recent article = "God-forsaken Continent? - Food for Thought"" by MORAA GITAA, Mombasa, KENYA
SMOKE & MIRRORS: Our Publisher's column has always been challenging. Now he takes it to a new level. He talks about life, the magazine's internal operations and whatever strikes his fancy. The most recent feature = "A New Era" by ROD AMIS, G21 World HQ
IRISH EYES: One of our most popular and simultaneously most controversial features. The real news from Ireland, including exclusive interviews, a bit of blarney and song, can be found here. The most recent feature = "Memoir of a Civil Servant (Ration-Books to Government Ministers)" by MATTIE LENNON, Dublin, IRELAND
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VOX POPULI: This is our "Letters to the Editor" and writers page at G21. Almost every week YOU have something to say to us. We enjoy the love. S
o we write back. "A Few Final Letters"
ON FILM: Our Media Editor brings you insights on the latest films, life and times in the world's most exciting city. The most recent article = "G21 Interviews: Glen Hansard & John Carney"" by BRAD BALFOUR, New York, NY, USA
GLOBAL*BEAT: The best of what the Internet has to offer. Interviews, reviews and more from around the world. This week=""Biro: One Uganda's Journey"" by ROD AMIS, Austin, TX, USA
HOT LINKS (Not from Louisiana): This is where we feature our Link Partners and what we consider the other best sites on the Web. Check it out!
RADIO RAHEEM, Oakland, CA, USA
G21 WEEKEND UPDATE: Being Mac Addicts here, we've always believed in offering little surprises. In Mac Parlance, these are known as "Easter Eggs." Now we go public with our weekend updates.
The Latest Weekend Update: Yerba Buena in the House.
AMERICAN DREAMS: Our domestic perspective presents life in the United States of America from all its aspects. The most recent feature= "Billy Bradley's New American Story" by ROD AMIS with a special audio podcast by TOM PARISH, Austin, Texas, USA.
GLOBAL*BEAT: The best of what the Internet has to offer. Interviews, reviews and more from around the world. This week="Ken Kamoche: A Fragile Hope" by ROD AMIS, Austin, TX, USA
G21 ASIA: Our coverage the most populace continent has always been lauded for its depth and spirituality. The most recent article = "Tourism As Tsunami Relief" by ATONIO GRACEFFO, North Adaman, THAILAND
TABLOID HART: Texas bad boy THOMAS HART returns to his old column (1999-2004) to bring a pop culty spin on our view of the news. The most recent article = "Katie, Paris, Gonzo & Other Delusional People" by THOMAS HART, Austin, TX, USA
G21 MIDEAST: Often controversial, always informative, writers from around the world contribute compelling reports from the world's most conflicted region. "G21 Podcast: Alison Weir 4/28/2007" by TOM PARISH & ROD AMIS, Austin, TX, UNITED STATES
HOUSE OF CARDS: We return to one of our founding traditons by offering YOUR JOKES inside your World's Magazine. "We Could Use a Few Laughs" Enjoy!
RECOMMENDED DAILY REQUIREMENT (RDR): Once a week our regular contributors, new writers and Op-Ed columnists appear on this page to give you commentary outside of our normal perspectives. Also featured here is our Web PICK OF THE WEEK. Find out why this is our most popular feature. TODAY'S ESSAY: "No One Gets Out Alive" by DANIEL PATRICK WELCH, Salem, MA, USA
RADIOACTIVE: One of our longest running features (formerly known as "Life on The Street") this is where the self-proclaimed "brother from the 'hood" shares a view of life in the USA from an African-American perspective. Often raw and controversial, but always worth a look. The most recent feature = "Poverty in America" by RADIO RAHEEM Oakland, CA, USA
G21 AFRICA: Our in-depth reports from Africa have included reports from around the continent. Find out why this is award-winning writing. This week="The Face of Global Poverty" by MORAA GITAA, Mombasa, KENYA
G21 FICTION: After years of a moratorium, your World's Magazine opens the floodgates for great fiction writing, as a complement to our journalistic focus. This week="The Fatigue of Travel" by JOHN KARANGA KARIUKI, Nairobi, KENYA
G21 POLLS: YOU helped us pick the person the world should laud for making it a better place.. "G21 Person of the Year: WARREN BUFFETT" by MEMBERS OF THE G21 MAILING LIST, THE WORLD
MEMOIRS OF THE INFORMATION AGE: How is technology changing our world and what are the implications? Provocative texts by Information Technology thinkers are featured here. And it's NOT geeky. The most recent feature = "Product Launch: John Edwards 2.0" by ROD AMIS, G21 World HQ
G21 BOTTOM 10 PEOPLE OF 2006: It's an annual tradition. At the close of each year, our Mailing List subscribers and writers pick the ten people who made the world a worse place to be. Here we go again! "The Lowest of the Low" by YOU, The World
G21 NEWS: Stories that provoke thought, stories that the Mouthpiece Media have given short shrift, stories that move you to action, that's what you'll find here.. The most recent article = "The World Trade Organization in Hong Kong" by KEN KAMOCHE, HONG KONG
LETTER FROM SOUTH AFRICA: GAYNOR PAYNTER brings us a perspective on a country changing faster than most others, facing many challenges. The most recent feature = "Today's South Africa" Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA
G21 EUROPE: Challenging perspectives from "across The Pond" have been one of our hallmarks for almost nine years. Go here to find out why. The most recent feature = "Stormy Weather: A Letter from Belgrade" by DRAGANA VICANOVIC, Belgrade, SERBIA
[EDITORIAL DISCLAIMER: This Table of Contents only lists currently active features of the magazine. There are a lot more features we've run in the last ten years on the Internet, but you have to find them in our BACK ISSUES section below. --- Ed.]
BACK ISSUE INFORMATION
A VERY OLD EXPLANATION (Like over a few hundred editions ago - or molded) BUT BETTER THAN A SHARP STICK IN THE EYE:
Okay, here's the deal: The problem with providing you with a simple Web archive of b
ack issues is that it would probably take about a Gigabyte of server space. The G21 has been around (first in hardcopy, then on the
Web) for eleven years now. We've been on the Web for eight-plus years at this writing. Thus, we have chosen to streamline the operation (and conserve bandwidth) by only featuring our last seven years of weekly publishing here on the Web.
But don't lose hope!
There are various strategies for finding our best features on the Web. We have listed them here:
- If you have a favorite feature or two, please notice that they are *numbered*. What that means is that you can type into your browser a back number of your faves. For example, the current POWERSSOUND is located at "http://www.generator21.net/ps105.html". Want to read number 50 (The Pinetop Perkins & Michael Parrish review)? Just type "http://www.generator21.net/ps50.html" into your browser.
- You want to see full-featured back issues here on the Web? Here's how: There are over three years worth of issues on our Web server. Just type "http://www.generator21.net/index###.html" ("###" = issue number you would like to see) into your browser. For example, to see our 200th issue, you would type: "http://www.generator21.net/index200.html". That will take you back to January of 2000. It's that simple.
- Please note that ALL features have a link a
t the bottom of the page to the PREVIOUS article. Just click on it and you're there. You can go back for years in most cases.... Try it, you'll like it.
You'll find a lot
of the wealth we offer at The World's Magazine.
23 December, 2002: There's NO WAY we can archive a site this big any time soon. Sorry.
2005 UPDATE: When most of the foregoing was written 3-5 years ago, there was A LOT less content here. We now thousands of articles, about eight years worth altogether. You could spend forever reading this site -- and we hope you do! Surf around when you have the time. If there's a topic we haven't covered, let us know. Bon apetit!
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