The Surfers Journal
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After a year of riding waves every day, one surfer decided to keep going.
An ex-surfer and award-winning writer remains focused on the deep.
Privacy is dead. Technology is king. Resistance is futile.
When it comes to beach access, let’s just agree to disagree with ourselves.
Faced with a terminal condition, what solace can surfing really offer?
If aviary flight patterns mirror surf styles, is surfing just an act of nature?
Long live surf film!
Sea level rise could drown your favorite wave. Is there a way to stop it?
Spontaneous order and social dynamic theories in a crowded lineup.
“You’d think I was a con. The way I set things up. I said nothing to no one. The things you do for surf.”
A United States surf citizen charts his path.
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