Monthly Archives: March 2008

Reflections on Tainted Mozzarella

Today’s newspapers seem to be full of bad news about food–from Frankinanotechnology to tainted mozzarella. Usually, I welcome any kind of discussion that gets people thinking about their food. However, lately, I feel like people are just scared and misinformed … Continue reading

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Slowness and Speed

“Speed is the form of ecstasy the technical revolution has bestowed on man. As opposed to a motorcyclist, the runner is always present in his body, forever required to think about his blisters, his exhaustion; when he runs he feels … Continue reading

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