Wash. Post goes online

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Digital Ink Co., Washington, has a new online publication enabling people outside Washington to read The Washington Post on the day of publication. National and international readers will receive every article from the Post, as well as searchable versions of Associated Press and Reuters wire services, full text of selected legislation and Supreme Court rulings, and the CIA World Factbook. Digital Ink will be delivered on AT&T's Interchange Online Network for $9.95 per month, which includes five hours of use per month. Separately, Ziff-Davis Publishing launched ZD Net on Interchange. ZD Net--featuring computer information based on several Ziff-Davis titles like PC Magazine, PC Week and Computer Shopper--is already available via CompuServe, Prodigy, eWorld and the World Wide Web. The Interchange version costs $5 per month through yearend. Ziff-Davis sold Interchange to AT&T last year.

Copyright July 1995 Crain Communications Inc.

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