CM March 22,
1996. Vol. II, Number 23

Notable Web

Every week, CM presents a brief collection of noteworthy, useful, or just interesting sites we've turned up and actually checked.

Please send us URLs and evaluations of any web-sites you think deserve the exposure.

Comet Hyakutake
A Guide to Comet Hyakutake, the Great Comet of '96

Okay, you must have heard about Comet Hyakutake by now, right? Finally, a comet that works, not just that blurry little snowball that was our turn at Comet Halley.

Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in Science

You know, after robots and spaceships, the best part about science is the ethical quandries. ("What happens if we press this button? I dunno, let's find out!") This site may be worth several hours of Star Trek re-runs in its ethical content.

African Primates at Home Home Page

A little slow, but lovely, and --

"Where else can you *hear* a chimpanzee scream, a gorilla chest-beat, and a mangabey whoop-gobble? Follow the trail to explore these and other primates' East African habitats.... (brought to you by a research scientist)"

Source: Gleason Sackman

Association of Young People with M.E. (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome)

Okay, now that it's made the cover of the Rolling Stone, maybe Chronic Fatigue Syndrome will finally become a hip disease. It's a serious problem, and large numbers of children have it. Point 'em here if they need information or support.

Internet Anagram Server
(formerly known as: Inert Net Grave Near Mars)

Okay, after all of that science and medicine we're rounding off this week's notable web sites with the Anagram server. I typed in my e-mail address address (cmeditor) and got a long list back, of which the most sadly appropriate seemed to be and, just for this week,

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