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July 01, 1996

Today, 5 p.m.: Comedienne and talk show host Rosie O'Donnell discusses her latest film, "Harriet the Spy." America Online. Keyword: Nick

* Today, 7 p.m.: Candace Gingrich, half-sister of House Speaker Newt Gingrich, talks about her life as a lesbian. Prodigy. Jump: Chat


* Get to know Army soldiers serving in Tuzla, Bosnia, at Members of the Army Airspace Command and Control Cell share what it's like to live in their barracks and spend their days monitoring the movement of jets, helicopters and weapons fire. The site includes a wish list of items to send to soldiers (magazines, junk food and old board games) and a directory of e-mail addresses so you can correspond with soldiers individually.

* E-land ( is full of information about business on the Internet. It has news, facts and figures on Web usage for business purposes and practical advice on how to get an online business started. E-quotes and e-toids (electronic factoids) are scattered about. There are also lists of other valuable business sites on the Web.

* Sole Mothers International ( is a nonprofit organization of single parents. Its Web site has articles and resources for single mothers and fathers, including tips for surviving summertime schedules and a series on parenting in the 21st century. Also included are links to government-sponsored child-support resources, legal advice for single parents, information on pediatric health and forums on day care and welfare reform.

* ( is a weekly magazine focusing on politics, policy and issues ranging from health care to good sportsmanship. Readers will find articles, political cartoons and selections from editorial pages around the country. Editors seek and share opinions from online readers.

* A Girl's World ( is a cyber clubhouse for young Web surfers. There are recurring characters who share their diaries and solicit advice from visitors. Girls are also introduced to celebrities such as Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop. A page for parents and teachers explains the site to grown-ups.

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