We've done it. Brigham Young Magazine has finally jumped on the Internet bandwagon, creating our own little bit of weave on the World Wide Web. And although you may not be able to comfortably curl up with your computer in your favorite living room chair, with a click of the mouse, you can search through past issues, write a letter to the editor, update your address, or print out a copy of an article.
From the home page of the BYM Web site, you can connect to the most recent issue of the magazine, complete with all the articles in full text. The main page can also take you to a searchable archive of past issues, which, when completed, will include all issues of BYM and its predecessor, BYU Today.
Also available on the site are links to the Web sites of our advertisers and information about sending an e-mail letter to the editor or updating your address. BYM can be found on the Web at http://www.byu.edu/bym/.
Also on the Web: Prospective students can now apply to BYU without using a typewriter or licking a stamp. The Admissions Office has set up an application form that can be filled out and submitted on the Internet. The ecclesiastical report, high school information, and letters of recommendation still must be mailed in, but the rest can be submitted electronically and the entire application packet is available for downloading and printing. Application forms and instructions are found at http://adm5.byu.edu/ar/proj/app_intro.html.