03/08/00- Updated 08:05 AM ET

Our guide to hot sites: For Wednesday, March 8, 2000.
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Interactive Calendar
Lenten devotions find their way to cyberspace, with an interactive calendar that offers facts, reflections and quotations. http://www.ewtn.com/faith/lent/index.htm
New Bible
Speaking of devotion, "queen's calligrapher" Donald Jackson puts goose quill to calfskin vellum in what's billed as the production of the first illuminated Bible since the printing press was invented. http://www.saintjohnsbible.org
Venture Capital Lists
Got a brilliant e-com idea but need somebody to bankroll it? The new search engine Clickey has corralled about 200 sites that might help. (Fun to browse even if the idea hasn't occurred to you yet.) http://www.clickey.com/search.cgi?keyword=venture+capital
Bicycle Cuba
No one had ever ridden a bicycle across Cuba before. These intrepid folks found out why -- and created a Web journal to demonstrate what they saw. http://www.esquiremag.com/features/2000/april/cuba/
Reptilian Archive
At last -- a site that dares to answer the age-old question of whether all extraterrestrials are reptilian! The aptly named Reptilian Research Archives also solicits research contributions, whether or not you happen to be a reptile. http://www.reptilianagenda.com/index.html

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