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This Week in Cyberspace

The Cutting Edge: COMPUTING / TECHNOLOGY / INNOVATION

February 21, 1996|ADAM S. BAUMAN

America Online

* Monday, 6 p.m.: TV anchor Mike Wallace talks about power and broadcasting in a special online conference. Keyword: Centerstage

CompuServe

* Today, 6 p.m.: Candace Gingrich, sister of House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.). Go CONVENTION

* Thursday, 7 p.m.: Diane Vaughan, author of "The Challenger Launch Decision," discusses the space shuttle disaster. Go CONVENTION

Microsoft Network

* Thursday, 6 p.m.: Rap artist MC Hammer talks about his career and answers questions.

Prodigy

* Today, 7 p.m.: Computer columnist Lawrence J. Magid hosts presidential candidate Pat Paulsen. Jump: CHAT

* Thursday, 6 p.m.: Director Barbet Schroeder discusses his new film, "Before and After." Jump: CHAT

Internet

* Today, 6:30 p.m.: Catch the debut of "On the Record," a monthly interview program hosted by Linda Ellerbee. Guests will include Sen. Bill Bradley (D-N.J.), former Sen. Paul Tsongas and MTV's Tabitha Soren. It is at http://www.microsoft.com/Encarta

* Walt Disney Co. has a new Web site that offers information on almost all things Disney: the theme parks, the Disney Channel, Disney Home Video, Walt Disney Pictures and more. It is at http://www.disney.com

* A site that covers the Olympic Games in Atlanta has opened on the Web, featuring information about the city, restaurant reviews and a Webcam photo of downtown Atlanta that is updated every five minutes. It is at http://www.atlantagames.com/

Sources: Times, wire and company reports

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