Outside Magazine, May 2008
2008 BEST JOBS
From resort host to action-sports agent, how to score a surprisingly attainable, life-changing, 21st-century job. Plus: Great companies our first annual guide to the Best Places to Work.
F E A T U R E S
CNN’s Anderson Cooper, the silverback gorilla of TV news, tells Patrick Symmes how Outside inspired him to hit the front lines hard.
HAS A SURFER/SNOWBOARDER WHO LIVES IN A VAN REWRITTEN PHYSICS? MAYBE.
Garrett Lisi refuses to take jobs that don’t jibe with surf-bum summers and huck-junkie winters. Oh, yeah, and he’s being called the next Einstein.
By Evan Ratliff
1,000 MILES OF NADA
Join Steven Rinella on a road trip down the wild and woolly spine of Baja for a week of “nothing” that ends up anything but.
KING OF THE HILL
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In an exclusive preview of his book Dark Summit, Nick Heil reveals the real Russell Brice, the most respected and controversial outfitter on Everest.
D E P A R T M E N T S
» FIRST LOOK: Cycling’s baddest squad
» NEWS FROM THE FIELD
» MILESTONES: Inside the tragic death of freeskier Billy Poole
» FOOD & DRINK: Sushi’s mountain-town boom; Portland’s new green brewpub
» MEDIA: Harrison Ford talks vine swinging and elephant riding; David Breashears returns to Everest
» BOOKS: A new Miki Dora biography tackles the legend of the rebel surfer; Jennifer Lowe-Anker tells all in her memoir
» TRADING PLACES: Our favorite photographers don the spring’s coolest threads and step in front of each other’s lenses
» THE MASTER PLAN: CYCLING Everything you need to know about riding your bike, in the second installment of our four-part series
THE BIG IDEA
Is America’s fitness dedication making us more efficient or just more whiny?
By Gabriel Sherman
The next big alt fuel is … algae?
By Elizabeth Hightower