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This Week* Tuesday, 5 p.m.: California Democratic...

This Week

* Tuesday, 5 p.m.: California Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer will talk about being a liberal during the “Republican Revolution.” America Online. Keyword: AOL live

* Tuesday, 6 p.m.: Television’s odd couple, Tony Randall and Jack Klugman, will try not to drive each other crazy. America Online. Keyword: Nick.

* Tuesday, 7 p.m.: Screenwriters Charles Pogue (“Dragonheart”), Nick Kazan and Robin Swicord (“Matilda”) and others will chat from the Writers Guild’s Spago Summer Party. America Online. Keyword: Centerstage

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* Wednesday, 7 p.m.: Julia Child will share culinary secrets. America Online. Keyword: eGG

* Thursday, 6: p.m.: Former NAACP executive director Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. will talk about his new organization, the National African American Leadership Council. RBG Online. (Download its free software from https://www.rbg.com on Wednesday).

* Friday, 5:30 p.m.: Dilbert creator Scott Adams discusses his new book, “The Dilbert Principle.” Compuserve. Go CONVENTION

* Sunday, 5:30 p.m.: Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis will talk about his preparations for the Summer Games in Atlanta. America Online. Keyword: Olympic news

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ON THE NET

* Go behind the scenes at the San Diego Zoo and the San Diego Wild Animal Park at https://www.sandiegozoo.com.org. Learn about the thousands of animals at the zoo and park and meet the people who take care of them. The Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species has posted information about endangered animals and pictures of babies born in its care.

* For its 100th anniversary, the New York Public Library has prepared an exhibit about the Internet and its power to summon up all kinds of information. Fittingly, the exhibit comes with a Website (https://globallib.nypl.org).

* The Better Business Bureau’s home page (https://www.bbb.org) offers the latest news on faulty products, scam advisors and consumer advice. There’s also a link to Consumer World (https://www.consumerworld.org), where visitors can read about product recalls, check for low fares contact corporate customer service departments and even read movie reviews.

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