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October 30, 2000
The Cake Also Rises

With these luscious layer cakes, good old American decadence meets the big city.

October 23, 2000
Hollywood Vs. the Hacker

Until this year, Emmanuel Goldstein was a hacker activist with a name cribbed from an Orwell novel and a 'zine read by the Secret Service. Then he took on Hollywood and hooked up with Martin Garbus to challenge copyright law as we know it. If he fails, he'll go bankrupt.

October 16, 2000
Tech 2001 /
The Second Coming

With the arrival this month of the Playstation 2, Sony's latest bid for gaming-world domination, Derek de Koff examines the soul of the machine -- and worries about his own.

October 16, 2000
The Dresser

Harold Koda, a soft-spoken fashion scholar who's more passionate about seams than scenes, is anything but a diva. But as the new head of the Met's Costume Institute and curator of the blockbuster Armani show at the Guggenheim, he can't help but cause a stir. What would Mrs. Vreeland think?

October 16, 2000
Tech 2001 /
The A-List

You won't find digital wristcams, virtual-reality goggles, or other cool but basically useless James Bond-esque gadgets in our fall roundup of tech toys. Just totally smart, totally essential gear -- with plenty of blatant sex appeal.

October 16, 2000
Tech 2001 /
The Truth Is Really Out There

Guys who set their hair on fire! Confused old ladies! Lovers caught on tape! Can SonicNet founder Tim Nye's latest start-up, Alltrue.com, save broadband with its bite-size streaming morsels of depravity? A reality check in fifteen acts.

October 16, 2000
Jungle Boy

For Alexis Rockman, no organism is too small (or too repulsive) for his fantastic (but obsessively realistic) dioramas.

October 16, 2000
Tech 2001 /
When Ruby Met Webby: A Star Is Born

With "Big Brother" making stars out of nobodies, I felt it was my duty to share Ruby with the world. And under the unblinking eye of a wireless digital videocam, she performed like a pro.

October 9, 2000
Sounds of Simon

After getting clobbered by critics for Capeman, Paul Simon returns to folk-rock form with You're the One, an upcoming tour, and a few choice words about that sound he hears in his head.

October 2, 2000
The Cowboy Chronicles

Twenty years after riding a mechanical bull to big-screen fortune and fame, the urban cowboy returns as a stage hero -- and the author finds that putting on a show isn't anything like they say it is in the movies.

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