National Geographic has featured anthropological portraits of everyone from the Kalahari's !Kung to Ecuador's blow-darting Huaorani -- yet they've consistently overlooked one of the world's most enigmatic tribes. Since you don't have a subscription to Golf, check out Stuff White People Like.
Started by a (white) Culver City corporate communications specialist, SWPL's a comprehensive study of the white person's mind -- his rituals, his art, his waffle makers. Topics range from love and spirituality (Divorce, Religions their Parents Don't Belong To) to hallmarks of tribal status (Indie Music, The Toyota Prius) to "black" (Mos Def). Each post is accompanied by detailed explanations and elaborations, e.g.:
If you are in the position where you need to take a white person to lunch for business or pleasure, saying "I know a great sandwich shop" will always bring out a smile.
Music is very important to white people.
(Standing Still at Concerts)
To handle observations from the field, the site boasts a burgeoning comment section, and amateur anthropologists can email in suggestions for new areas of White study -- like "Watching the FX Channel", or, perhaps even more fascinating, "Reading National Geographic".