INTERACTIVE: ROADKILL: BITS & BYTES: MESSAGE TO AOL: WHY CAN'T I BUY A PIZZA?; SEARCHING FOR THE VATICAN'S VISION

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Cyberslice, the Web service that lets you order a pizza online (http://www.

cyberslice.com), has gotten raves from computer geeks too busy to use a phone to get their double-cheese and pineapple fix. But for those who try to access the site via America Online, it's just pie in the sky. An ad in AOL's Digital City San Francisco (Headline: "Click here to order a pizza now!") leads to a page saying Cyberslice doesn't work with the AOL browser. It offers to help download Netscape, but why tease us like this? We're hungry!

Searching for the Vatican's vision

Someone wrote to us looking for the text of the Vatican's paper on Ethics

in Advertising. So we went hunting. Our search led to the source: http://www.

vatican.va. Unfortunately, the site is being redesigned and now features a picture of the Pope above a graphic reading "Work in Progress." The database is scheduled to be resurrected around Easter a week from now. As for that text on advertising? It's in limbo.

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