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WECWeb-Empowered Church (open source web-ministry system; Ohio)
WECWorld Extreme Cagefighting (mixed martial arts sport)
WECWoods Equipment Company (various locations)
WECWorld Energy Council
WECWorld Enduro Championship (FIM Motorcycle Event)
WECWorm Egg Count (sheep)
WECWisconsin Energy Corporation (Milwaukee, WI)
WECWinbond Electronics Corporation (various locations)
WECWireless Ethernet Converter
WECWeb Extender Client
WECWeston Education Centre (UK)
WECWorld Environment Center
WECWildlife Ecology and Conservation (University of Florida)
WECWestinghouse Electric Company
WECWorld Endurance Championship
WECWave Energy Converter
WECWeb Extender Client (Microsoft)
WECWashington Environmental Council
WECWater Resources Environment Technology Center (Japan)
WECWhole Earth Catalog
WECWomen Entrepreneurs of Canada (Toronto, Ontario, Canada; est. 1992)
WECWorld Energy Conference
WECWind Energy Conversion
WECWestern Electric Corporation
WECWestern Engineering Competition (annual; Canada)
WECWater and Energy Commission (Nepal)
WECWorld Enduro Canada (motorcycle racing)
WECWorldwide Evangelisation for Christ
WECWork Experience Class (various schools)
WECWaterborne Education Center (Texas)
WECWorld Education Council (various locations)
WECWong Engineering Corporation (Malaysia; est. 1982)
WECWall, Einhorn, & Chernitzer, PC
WECWartime Engagement Criterion
WECWindow Edge Coordinate
WECWork of Engineering Construction (UK)
WECWatermelon Eating Contest
WECWar Ensemble Clan (gaming)
WECWest Executive Controller
WECWestern Economic Council (Cincinnati, OH)
WECWider Economic Cost
WECWonnarua Elders Corporation (Australia)
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"We are as gods and might as well get good at it," reads the Whole Earth Catalog's statement of purpose.
The Whole Earth Catalog and Whole Earth Supplement (1968-1998)
He wrote an entire book about the influence of The Whole Earth Catalog and the counterculture on the cyberculture.
Interest in Marshall McLuhan had been dormant for nearly twenty years when the Whole Earth Catalog inspired/staffed Wired Magazine published its first issue in January 1993, with McLuhan declared as its "Patron Saint." In the ensuing "McLuhan Revival," Fordham University held its "The Legacy of McLuhan" Symposium in March 1998 and an avalanche of McLuhan-themed books were published, along with many additional works by McLuhan himself, including his important Ph.D.
Stewart Brand, founder of The Whole Earth Catalog, is a supporter of nuclear generation of power.
As each new year approaches, John Brockman, founder of Edge, an online publication, consults with three of the original members of Edge--Stewart Brand, founder and editor of Whole Earth Catalog; Kevin Kelly, who helped to launch Wired in 1993 and wrote "What Technology Wants," a book to be published in October (Viking Penguin); and George Dyson, a science historian who is the author of several books including "Darwin Among the Machines." Together they create the Edge Annual Question--which Brockman then sends out to the Edge list to invite responses.
Brand, founder of The Whole Earth Catalog, and co-founder of The Long Now Foundation and The WELL, has never had any trepidation about seeking out controversial solutions or endorsing emerging technologies.
Counterculture Green: The Whole Earth Catalog and American Environmentalism.
Even as the Green Movement has gone more mainstream, Brand - originator of the Whole Earth Catalog - shows how its objectives can be linked to following science to innovate new ways of supporting a healthy environment.
MJ: That's surprising, since the Whole Earth Catalog was so much about-SB: Right!
Stewart Brand, creator and publisher of The Whole Earth Catalog, has said, "Once a new technology rolls over you, if you're not part of the steamroller, you're part of the road."