February 3, 1996
Web posted at: 10:40 p.m. EST
The New York Times has hit the Internet.
The site contains the in-depth articles normally found in the Times and it's updated throughout the day.
A must-see at the site is the New York Times Navigator, a guide to the Internet in the CyberTimes section.
Its list of jumps includes everything from journalism sources to rock-climbing sites to recipes.
If it's music you're after, try Jazz Central Station.
Jump on the train to Jazz Destinations, where you can see who's playing near your town.
The Listening Car features samples of some of the recommended music ... and if you like what you hear, you can order a CD.
The site has first-rate graphics, and certainly, if you're a jazz fan, you should check it out.
And the Girl Scouts are roaming the information highway selling ... cookies.
A Boston area Girl Scout troop has gone high-tech, and will be accepting Internet cookie orders until April first.
It's easy to do, and shipping costs are reasonably low.
The page also has some Girl Scout facts and history.
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