To Our Readers: Jun. 19, 1995

While cyberspace is still a murky universe for many grownups, it is becoming a playground of vibrant invention for more and more of America's children. TIME got a keen sense of just how innovative these computer kids can be when we invited students from the U.S. and Canada to submit their online creations to our first Internet contest.

The event, which was co-sponsored by AT&T, drew nearly 100 entries. Teachers and students were asked to develop interactive educational projects that could be shared with other schools over the computer networks.

The results were as impressive as they were diverse. One student...

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