Web sightings

Everything you ever wanted to know about the Industrial Liaison Program can be found on the Web. The Office of Corporate Relations' ILP site has information about its services, research labs and centers, directory of research, and conference registration, descriptions and proceedings (and there are even maps of Boston and Cambridge for help in getting to the campus).

The Web page of the Harvard-MIT Coop provides information about the Coop's locations and hours, textbook purchasing and buyback, and its history, bylaws and board of directors, as well as an on-line insignia catalogue with pictures. There are also links to the Harvard, MIT and City of Cambridge home pages.

Those with a humorous bent can browse through the rich history of MIT Hacks. The latest hacks are prominently featured, while pictures and descriptions of past hacks are indexed chronologically, by location and topic.

Reengineering at MIT has a site featuring a directory of the reengineering Steering Committee, team members and Index staff; pages for each team; and links to Tech Talk articles on reengineering.

Anyone with an MIT-related Web site to suggest for this column can e-mail Tech Talk Assistant Editor Alice Waugh at .

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on December 13, 1995.

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