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Windows on the Web
-- by Paul Silverman
Want to know all about the latest version of Windows? Editor Mike Elgan brings you the up-to-the-minute scoop at http://www.winmag.com/windows. You'll get a detailed look at all the new features in what will probably be called Windows 98-how it incorporates the new "Web View" Internet Explorer 4.0 user interface, and other breaking news, tips and downloads. You can also stop by our message area to share your opinions and pose questions to Mike and other industry experts. You'll find related links and extended coverage on the next generation of Windows at this month's Cover Story Online event at http://www.winmag.com/cover.
Once you've filled yourself in on the latest about Win98, get the buzz on the rest of the goings-on in the industry. Our new listserv delivers industry headlines, news briefs and Web links to your desktop via e-mail every week-and it's free. Head over to WinMag's News Now site (http://www.winmag.com/news) and follow the subscription instructions, or send an e-mail directly to email@example.com and enter the following into the message: SUBSCRIBE NEWS first name last name.
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Finally, check out our month-long special on animated GIFs. The exclusive online extension to this month's Windows on the Web feature includes a showcase of animated GIFs, explanations and graphical representations of how they were created, and downloads of the best animation tools.