Roger Gathman

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Republic of Dreams:
Greenwich Village, the AmericanBohemia, 1910-1960
Words gone wild! The best and the breeziest for beating the heat in 2002

Books, May 31, 2002

Steve Almond's Existential Pleasures
Steve Almond's Existential Pleasures

Books, May 10, 2002

Book Review
Book Review
Jonathan Safran Foer's 'Everything Is Illuminated' has appeared under an unusually beneficent conjunction of stars for a debut novelist. The first chapter was excerpted in 'The New Yorker'. The book was featured on the very cover of 'The New York Times Sunday Book Review'. Reviewer Roger Gathman explains why all the fuss is being made.

Books, April 26, 2002

Notable American Women

Books, April 19, 2002

Book Review

Books, April 12, 2002

Blog to the Future
Where p2p might be taking journalism, or not

Screens, March 15, 2002

The Bruce & Cory Show
Sterling and Doctorow debate scarcity, or the lack of it

Screens, March 8, 2002

Behind the Web Site That Works
Behind the Web Site That Works
Heavy.com's wicked humor and winning strategy

Screens, March 1, 2002

Inherit the Net
Constitutional superstar Lawrence Lessig

Screens, March 1, 2002

A Botched Metamorphosis

Books, Feb. 22, 2002

Bruce Wagner: West Coast Wizard?
Bruce Wagner: West Coast Wizard?
Is Updike's enthusiasm for Wagner warranted?

Books, Jan. 25, 2002

Business Track: Collectively Sardonic, Surprisingly Fashionable
Intellectual Property, Résumé Building, Wearable Computers, and Other Tales From the …

Screens, March 23, 2001

Never Content
Never Content
David Talbot and Michael Hirschorn Search for Profits in a Sea of Free Online Information

Screens, March 2, 2001

Surreal Science
Surreal Science
How Medicine Is Unlocking the Evolution of Disease, Accident by Accident

Books, March 2, 2001

Still Life
Still Life
Laura Wilson Peels Back the Curtain of a Reclusive Christian Sect

Books, Feb. 9, 2001

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