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MIT News Office puts home page on Web

The MIT News Office has joined the ever-growing number of people and organizations with home pages on the World Wide Web.

The page, which was created by editorial and design assistant Lisa Damtoft with input from science and engineering writer Elizabeth Thomson and Tech Talk assistant editor Alice Waugh, includes links to news releases and the office's regular publications, Tech Talk and Research Digest, as well as news from other sources including the Sloan School of Management and the Office of the Arts. Those who access the page can also send questions or comments to the News Office via an electronic response form.

The URL is .

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on March 1, 1995.

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