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>"In the Mix", the PBS reality series for teens, has just re-launched a new
>website with expanded resources for teens and educators. Come visit at
>We will be airing a re-broadcast of our special, "Computers: Get Plugged
>during the week beginning Saturday, August 28, 1999. We invite viewers to
>tape the program off-air for use as an educational resource. Further
>information is as follows:
>FEED DATE: August 28, 1999
>Computers: Get Plugged In!
>It's a techno-jungle out there, but computers are really easy to learn,
>totally fun to use, the key to success now as well as in the future...and a
>brave new world where there's something for everyone. We meet young women
>learning to surf the World Wide Web to research colleges and careers, pursue
>interests, and make friends all over the world; a high school sophomore with
>his own web design business, and students learning how to draw and design
>clothing with cutting-edge computer software. The nosy - but persistent! -
>the Mix hosts uncover the secrets to getting free computer and Internet
>access, doing homework research online, creating original music on the
>computer, applying to colleges, and finding financial aid and career
>information through the Web.
>Further information about this special, as well as a Discussion Guide, can
>found on our website at www.pbs.org/mix. The free Discussion Guide can also
>be ordered by calling (800) 597-9448.
>Please note that different PBS affiliates will air this show at different
>times during the week-- please check your local listings or contact your
>local PBS station for exact airtimes in your city.
>For more information or to find out how to purchase a videotape copy of this
>30-minute special, please call the office at the above number, or e-mail us
>at [log in to unmask]
>Online Producer, In the Mix
Judith K. Graves
National Digital Library Program
Library of Congress
Washington, D.C. 20540-1320
[log in to unmask] (V)202/707-2562 (F) 202/252-3173