From today until Friday, BBC Radio 3's Music Machine will be holding its Net and Music week. A series of programmes will tell people about the Net - you do not need a computer, just a wireless. Details in Radio Times (or, if you are wired up, at http://www. webzone1.co.uk/www/sadie/ musmac1.html).

A service for, and about, charities has been launched on the Net by Hemmington Scott. CharitiesDirect includes information on the top 5,000 UK charities. It is at http://hemscott.co.uk/hemscott. Practise charity direct via the Globe Theatre's page at http://www.globe.jhc.net. You can make credit- card donations to the theatre direct - your details are protected by the NetGain encryption system.

If you want to buy posters through the Net, look at the virtual gallery at http://www.gbposters.co.uk/gbp/

An official website for the Muslim community has opened at http://www. umma h.org.uk. The Royal National Institute for the Deaf is now on the Web and can be located at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ UCL-Info/Divisions/ Library/RNID.

The Electronic Publishing conference is at the Hilton National London Olympia on 7-8 December. It has a Web site at http://www.learned.co/ep95.

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