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The current (May 1995) issue of VIDEOGRAPHY (a mag for video professionals)
features an article on the World Wide Web with special mention of the Web
page associated with SCREEN-L (SCREENsite) and its spin-off, MediaWeb (a
Web page and discussion list for media webmasters).
 
In fact, they're two of only a dozen or so sites that are listed.
 
And MediaWeb even gets a special sidebar:  "MediaWeb gives me hope that
perhaps there can be some grassroots cooperation to bring some sanity to
this cyberworld of ours."
 
Thanks go to Jon Leland, the author!
 
P.S.  If you'd like more information about SCREENsite or MediaWeb, come
tour our home page yourself:
 
http://www.sa.ua.edu/tcf/welcome.htm
 
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 Jeremy Butler   *  [log in to unmask]   *  [log in to unmask]
      SCREENsite -- a Film/TV-studies site on the World Wide Web:
                http://www.sa.ua.edu/TCF/welcome.htm
 Telecommunication & Film Dept. * University of Alabama * Tuscaloosa
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