World's biggest bang

18th June 2004 at 01:00
The Beeb was the only "" presence in the education sector of the Webbies, but the others are well worth visiting. You can look at 306 newspaper front pages from 41 countries at the Newseum: the interactive museum of news (, while the Shakespeare: Subject to Change website (www.ciconline.orgbdp1) gives an indication of what cable broadband can deliver. The National Geographic (www.nationalgeographic.comeducation) shows what it does best - bring the world to your fingertips. And you can find out in astonishing detail about the world's biggest man-made explosion (in 1917 in Canada) at The Halifax Explosion website. www.cbc.cahalifaxexplosion

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