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Events on the Internet

March 09, 2000|PATRICIA MARROQUIN

Today

* 4 p.m.: Women's Global GT Racing Series winner Cindi Lux discusses cars, racing and her fast-paced career.

http://www.wesweat.com/chat

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Friday

* 5 p.m.: Go backstage at the Palladium in Los Angeles for the 16th Annual Soap Opera Awards. You can talk with your favorite daytime stars, who will go from the podium to the keyboard to answer your questions.

http://chat.yahoo.com/c/events/info/2000 /03/10/031000digest.html

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Saturday

* 11 a.m.: The Web TalkGuys radio show features Ted Ganchiff, founder of GiveMeTalk.com, who will explain how consumers and businesses can produce on-demand audio programs on their computers and broadcast them on the Internet for free.

http://www.webtalkguys.com/coming.htm

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Sunday

* 1 p.m.: Check into "The Million Dollar Hotel" for a chat with U2's Bono. The singer has co-written and produced the Mel Gibson film and also has a hand in its soundtrack.

http://chat.yahoo.com/c/events/info/2000/03/12 /031200bono.html

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Monday

* 7 p.m.: Before you write your next chapter, talk with Arthur Vanderbilt, author of "The Making of a Bestseller," who'll give advice and insight about writing and publishing.

http://www.iuniverse.com/community/specialevents.asp

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Tuesday

* 4 p.m.: Well-known dog trainer Matthew Margolis will discuss his latest book, "Grrr!: A Complete Guide to Understanding and Preventing Aggressive Behavior in Dogs."

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/community/aud /uaud.asp

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Wednesday

* 8:30 a.m.: Grab a cup of coffee for "Breakfast with Dell: Migrating to Windows 2000." You'll learn from Dell Computer Corp. officials what you need to consider if you want to shift your business to Microsoft's new operating system.

http://webevents.broadcast.com/dell/breakfast/home.asp

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