February 01, 1998
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts February 1998 Current Issue
February 1998

Everything meatless. For the vegetarian in the family, ( has a weekly magazine, more than 5,000 recipes, discussion boards, lists of restaurants, vegetarian readings and help with weight loss.

Ties to the past. Want to add a little history to your travel? The History Channel now runs a travel service ( that will help create revolutionary itineraries. The service is connected to Travelocity's booking site ( to help you arrange your time travel. Pages include a listing of historic hotels and their rates. The History Channel also offers tours; the Great Southwest itinerary hits Albuquerque and Santa Fe, N.M.; and Sedona, Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz.

Get the picture. For help unraveling the technobabble you're confronted with when trying to buy a digital camera, check out the resource page on the subject ( The sites offers reviews, message boards, links to other sites and information on good deals. * SARAH J.F. BRALEY

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