December 31, 2001

Getting the message 4849

Getting the message

Two great advances have materialized as a result. The world is smaller-you can reach almost anyone anytime anywhere. And the messages are bigger-you can send encyclopedias of data, even real-time video. Now, the history of human communications has come down to this single point: that mobile Internet device you hold in your hand.
Bumping into Neverland 8081
Films

Bumping into Neverland

2001, a movie odyssey: moments of truth in a sea of storybook fantasy
Scary new world 2223
COVER

Scary new world

Sept. 11 left us thinking more about our place amid global tensions, and relying on our essential pragmatism to get by
The Week That Was 1617
The Week That Was

The Week That Was

A sober Klein vows to change his ways 'one day at a time'
In search of our role 2829
COVER

In search of our role

We want more security, but don’t want to be warriors
Hunkering down 3637
COVER

Hunkering down

A majority of us consider layoffs a ‘prudent’ move
THE DEFINING BORDER 5455
Essay

THE DEFINING BORDER

‘It is physically invisible, geographically illogical and emotionally inescapable’
Where the solitudes meet 3233
COVER

Where the solitudes meet

It’s hard to tell Quebec’s responses from the national results
Keeping our distance 2627
COVER

Keeping our distance

We’re sympathetic but not really close to Americans
Coping mechanisms 3435
COVER

Coping mechanisms

We’ve changed, but in subtle ways since Sept. 11
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