The Christian Science Monitor has recently opened a full text Web edition that also provides Monitor Radio hourly broadcasts (in RealAudio format), the mid-day edition of Monitor Radio (available for 24 hours after the broadcast), continuous headline updates from Associated Press, and Our Place, an archive of stories and links related to books, arts and music, TV and film, family and community, travel, the outdoors, and kids. Available as well are features including an interactive crossword puzzle (which can be printed out for those with slow connections), email from correspondents all over the world, and four chat rooms. But perhaps the best feature of the site (besides full text of each day's issue) is a free, searchable archive of the newspaper's content back to 1980. The entire site is free at this time, though there will be charges for certain parts of it at a future date.
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