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==Coevolution Quarterly (1974 to 1985)== From 1974 to 1985, the Stewart Brand and Whole Earth colleagues published a magazine known as CoEvolution Quarterly. The name was changed to Whole Earth Review in 1985. CoEvolution Quarterly was founded to publish full-length articles on topics in natural sciences, invention, social evolution, arts, and other areas. The industrial designer and educator J. Baldwin served as the technology editor. The journal espoused architect [[Christopher Alexander]]'s approach to building and planning. Besides giving space to unknown writers, the quarterly (under its successive names) presented articles by authors including [[Lewis Mumford]], Howard T. Odum, Witold Rybczynski, [[E.F. Schumacher]], Gwynne Dyer, Karl Hess, Christopher Swan, Orville Schell, [[Ivan Illich]], Ursula K. Le Guin, Gregory Bateson, Amory Lovins, Steve Baer, Hazel Henderson, Gary Snyder, Lynn Margulis, Peter Calthorpe, Sim Van der Ryn, Paul Hawken, John Todd, [[Kevin Kelly]], Malcolm Margolin, Jay Kinney, Robert Gilman, Wes Jackson, Jerry Mander, Jeremy Rifkin, Mark Satin, Donella Meadows, and Daniel Imhoff. ==Whole Earth Review (1985-2003)== The short-lived Whole Earth Software Review was published in the early 1980s. In 1985 the Whole Earth Software Review was merged with CoEvolution Quarterly to form the Whole Earth Review. The Whole Earth Review, later called Whole Earth Magazine and finally just Whole Earth, was edited at different points by Jay Kinney, Kevin Kelly, and Howard Rheingold. The last issue, number 111 edited by Alex Steffen, was meant to be published in Spring 2003, but funds ran out. As of 2007, the Whole Earth magazine website still exists, but it does not appear to have been updated since 2003. ==Links== *http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CoEvolution_Quarterly *http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whole_Earth_Review [[Category:Whole Earth]]
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