Chi-chi restaurants are now banning bottled water. How did the ubiquitous accessory become the latest environmental sin? When Alice Waters opened Chez Panisse in Berkeley, Calif., in 1971, it was at the vanguard of a “think globally, eat locally” gastronomic uprising.By ANNE KINGSTON11 min
'Problems happen in any community. The sense MySpace is where all these bad things are happening is overblown.’ MYSPACE CO-FOUNDERS TOM ANDERSON AND CHRIS DEWOLFE TALK WITH KATE FILLION ABOUT NARCISSISTS, CREEPS AND UNDERAGE USERS Chris DeWolfe is CEO of MySpace, Tom Anderson is president; MySpace is now owned by News Corp.
When a corporation holds meeting,a 60-year-old product isn't usually the big topic of conversation. And then there’s Song of the South, the 1946 Walt Disney film (a hybrid of live action and animation) that has dominated the news from two straight Disney shareholder meetings.By JAIME J. WEINMAN7 min
Small sacrifices will be essential to preserve the environment, but some scientists are thinking of even grander solutions GREEN REPORT 1. SOLAR-POWERED PAINT WHO’S BEHIND IT: Edward Sargent, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto.By ALEXANDRA SHIMO6 min
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