is a huge website with nearly 15,000 files. This unchanging first-time
user Home Page explains what's available and has links to some central parts of
ZNet. You can therefore use this page to familiarize yourself with ZNet's main
features. For repeated access to ZNet, however, please use our Top
Page (or our Framed
This is updated many times daily and is
where we prominently cover current crises and events.
Once you get a little comfortable with ZNet, to frequently return to it please bookmark our Top
Page (or our Framed
rather than this first-time user entry page, as your regular entry point.
The top page is where our up-to date material is highlighted, and is the
quickest route to all content. It is the best way to
regularly access ZNet.
is sponsored and hosted by Z
the print monthly.
We have years of articles online,
searchable in diverse ways, with monthly tables
of contents for more recent entries.
We of course have means for you to Subscribe
also have various related projects
sponsored by or allied with Z including the
a facility for ZNet users to enter poetry, short fiction, and lyrics. Enter your own or well known offerings that others will appreciate, or
search by topic, author, or keyword through the large store of materials that
have been placed by other users. Some related interactive facilities of ZNet are: ZNet
where cartoonists enjoying ZNet can share their work
with the rest of us;
Pen Pals, in which over
1,000 users from all over the world have entered brief biographical
information and email addresses to find one another for email
exchange; our Socializing
facility to help
folks get into direct touch with one another; our
Calendar to post
events and such; and our
Quotes Center including
a huge store of politically relevant quotes, uploaded by users and
searchable by topic.
InterActive facility to post or view
user posted reports, analyses,
photos, and links to our highly searchable, user friendly display areas.
Topical subsites are created as needed for national demonstrations,
Watch Areas are each subsites unto themselves, sometimes very large,
sometimes more modest.
They provide essays, reports, and links on the relevant topic often
prepared by volunteers for ZNet. The full list of
these sites includes: Activism,
Global Watch, Ireland,
Race, South Asia,
Crisis sections each focus on some facet of current struggle, providing
links, essays, analyses, etc. Some are modest, others are huge subsites in their own right. Our Crisis
sections include: Chiapas/Zapatista,
Mumia, Pacifica, Peltier, Puerto Rico, and
a Sustainer: Get
ZNet Commentaries daily, access Sustainer Forums
commentary writers. Check Commentators, Zine,
Commentaries and Posts.
has many "subsites," each including stores of regularly updated
content bearing on some area of activism or concern.
One of the most active is our Global
regularly creates subsections
on the fly for specific events and
demonstrations. Here, for example
are ZNet's Conventions
from the Summer 2000 political conventions.
graphic is typical of ZNet...
where we frequently include artwork
museums, etc., as well as
more topical pieces...
Do Have (some)
Vision and lots of theory and analysis!
ZNet includes, for example, topic guides for
Third Parties, and Ecology.
We have endless collections of
links around the web...
updated materials within ZNet itself
including articles from our many
We have the visionary Parecon
about a better economy. We have sections
Interviews and educational Instructionals,
any given moment ZNet is likely to have a few subsections dealing with
current controversies or exploring some ideas or topics, or debating
issues. Here are some examples: AIDS
Rationality and Postmodernism Debates, and
Libertarian Municipalism Debates.
parts of ZNet are being translated to provide access to non-English
speaking audiences. Multilingual
ZNet includes sections in Korean,