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Weekly Web Guide: Jan. 21, 2002 Issue

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Among the news stories covered in the Jan. 21, 2002, issue of TIME are Michael Jordan, a proposed national ID card, an overload of award shows and the investigation into Enron's downfall.

The following are web destinations related to those stories.

(Return each week to time.com/webguide for the companion to the current issue.)

MICHAEL JORDAN

• Jordan Items on eBay — If his name or face is on it, it's probably available

• MJ's Official Site — Every franchise must have one. This site is more style than substance

• Flight Times: A Michael Jordan Timeline — A TIME.com special from September 2001

• TIME Archive: Michael Jordan — See all related articles published in TIME since 1985

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NATIONAL ID CARD

• The Case for a National ID Card — It's not very American, says TIME.com managing editor Richard Stengel, but it's not a bad idea

• Oracle Boss Urges National ID Card — And Larry Ellison offers to donate the software to make it possible

• National ID Cards — A portal of media coverage and resources on the hotly debated topic

• Why Fear National ID Cards? — An editorial by Alan Dershowitz for the New York Times

• Threat of National ID — An editorial by William Safire for the New York Times

OVERLOAD OF AWARD SHOWS

• American Music Awards

• Academy Awards

• MTV Video Music Awards

• Emmy Awards

• Blockbuster Awards

ENRON'S DOWNFALL

• Frame-a-Stock: Enron — Purchase the nearly worthless stock framed for only $60

• Enron Field — Tour the home of the Houston Astros

• Enron Cartoons — Top cartoonists take their cracks

• TIME Archive: Enron — See all related articles published in TIME since 1985

PREVIOUS WEB GUIDES

• Jan. 14, 2001 Issue — Topics include Apple computers, India-Pakistan relations, Carson Daly and the NFL postseason

• Dec. 17, 2001 Issue — Topics include the rock group Creed, the popular SpongeBob and SqaurePants cartoon and the movie "Black Hawk Down"

• Dec. 10, 2001 Issue — Topics include George Harrison and the Beatles, cloning and the U.S. Ski Team

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