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Magazine articles on ancient and modern culture issues.
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April 2008
Greg Beato
I'm With Stupid Slogans on t-shirts are a vivid reminder that free speech is woven into the fabric of our culture. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
April 2008
Michael C. Moynihan
Rant: Take Them Back to Dear Old Blighty Drawn by a plummeting dollar, the British are arriving en masse on American shores, pumping much-needed money into the American economy, and providing us with a long-overdue corrective to our self-image as lesser Brits. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
April 4, 2008
Jim Heskett
Who Owns Intellectual Property? Content-sharing sites and branding efforts that are designed to be co-opted by others remind us that intellectual property ownership is being challenged in new and different ways. How will intellectual property be valued for financial purposes? mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
January 2008
Greg Beato
Where's the Beef? Thank McDonald's for keeping you thin. It's easy to forget that before America fell in love with cheap, convenient, standardized junk food, it loved cheap, convenient, independently deep-fried junk food. mark for My Articles 149 similar articles
Psychology Today
Nov/Dec 2007
Nando Pelusi
The Privacy Paradox It's all too easy to lock the door and bask in the privacy our ancestors could only dream of. But our search for solitude can subvert an even stronger need -- to connect with others. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
December 2007
Greg Beato
Say You Love Santa Pop culture's war on secularists: Christians and heretics alike may decry the commercialization of the holidays, but when gift exchanges confer grace, and delicious turkey dinners are the gateway to piety, it's easy to have faith. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
November 27, 2007
Joel Stein
Meet the Mario Maestros Who Have Videogame Music Rocking Concert Halls Video Games Live has been performed more than 40 times over the past two years, in venues as stuffy as Toronto's Massey Hall, Rio de Janeiro's Claro Hall, and London's Royal Festival Hall. Videogame symphonies offer something greater than fond memories -- they offer nerd redemption. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
November 27, 2007
Wired-Tired-Expired Wired: I am legend... Tired: We are marshall... Expired: You got served... etc. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
The Motley Fool
November 21, 2007
John Rosevear
Giving Thanks for the Modern World From online shopping, to cleaner, safer automobiles, to new medications, to hundreds of television stations, this is a good time to be alive. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2007
Susan Karlin
Inuits in Arctic Canada Use Internet to Connect to Each Other Inuits in Arctic Canada use the Internet to pass along traditions and bridge a generation gap. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
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