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The Cutting Edge: COMPUTING / TECHNOLOGY / INNOVATION

August 16, 1995|ADAM BAUMAN

America Online

Today, 10 a.m: Author Ann Martin, who wrote "The BabySitters Club," in an on-line conference. Keyword: Centerstage

Thursday, 5 p.m: Internet business consultant

Dave Taylor who wrote "Creating Cool Web Pages," and Business Week Editor John Verity discuss making the World Wide Web work for you in an on-line chat. Keyword: Centerstage.

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CompuServe

Today, 10 a.m: Actor Patrick Stewart talks about his role in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" in an on-line chat. Go SHOWBIZ

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Prodigy/TimesLink

Today, 7 p.m: Newsweek arts critic Jack Kroll talks about this summer's box office hits and misses in a Prodigy on-line chat. Jump: CHAT

Friday, 7:30 p.m: Comedy writers and producers Elias Davis and David Pollock, who have written episodes of "Frazier" and "Cheers," in a TimesLink on-line chat. Jump: CHAT

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Internet

Fedworld, a veritable storehouse of digital federal data, has finally hit the Web. The site includes links to dozens of federal agencies and information on business, health and safety and the environment. Plus, you can browse listings of federal job opportunities. Fedworld is at http: //www.fedworld.gov/

Keyword-searchable full-text versions of House and Senate bills and the full Congressional Record can be found on the government's Thomas Web site at http://thomas.locgov/

Fox Broadcasting launches its Fox World Web site this week, featuring interactive information on the fourth network's fall programming schedule as well as "Fox Favorites" such as Melrose Place and "The X Files." At http://www.foxnetwork.com. The site also includes constantly updated sports statistics and an area for kids.

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