The week

Strauss, Bob
January 1996
Entertainment Weekly;1/12/96, Issue 309, p60
Reviews various interactive multimedia programs and computer network resources available in the United States for 1996. Critique of home video games `Toy Story,' and `Sci-Fi Movie Machine'; Reference made to Web sites `Artists Against Racism,' and `The Don Ho Hohouse.' INSET: Swording things out..


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