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- Oct. 10, 6 p.m.: Diplomat and hostage survivor Terry Waite talks about his new book "Footfalls in Memory." Keyword: AOL Live.- Oct. 14, 7 p.m.: Comic Harland Williams gives the inside scoop on his new movie "Rocket- Man," a high-flying space comedy from Disney. Keyword: Extra Online.

- Oct. 15, 6 p.m.: Warrick Dunn, a rookie running back with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, chats about the season. Keyword: AOL Live.

COMPUSERVE

- Oct. 13, 7 p.m.: Actors John Considine and Kale Browne, who play Reginald Love and Michael Hudson on the soap opera "Another World," discuss their characters' longtme on-screen rivalry. GO TVZONE.

PRODIGY

- Oct. 13, 7 p.m.: Jake Steinfeld, whose "Body by Jake" program has worked wonders for Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford and Bette Midler, talks about his new book "Power Living." Jump: Spotlight.

- Oct. 14, 7 p.m.: Terry Murphy, co-anchor of "Hard Copy," talks about the business. Jump: Spotlight.

- Oct. 16, 8 p.m.: Bestselling author Barbara Taylor Bradford talks about her latest novel-turned-miniseries, "Love in Another Town." It premieres Oct. 19 with Victoria Principal. Jump: Spotlight.

MICROSOFT NETWORK

- Oct. 12, 4 p.m.: Author Rudy Ruettiger, author of "Rudy's Lesson For Young Champions: Choices and Challenges," talks about staying motivated. Teen Forum.

- Oct. 13, 8:45 p.m.: Actor Nestor Carbonell, who plays photographer Luis Rivera on NBC's "Suddenly Susan," discusses his character and the show. OnStage: Nelson's World and online at (http://nelsonsworld.msn.com).

- Oct. 15, 7 p.m.: Actor Steve Hytner, who plays Bania on "Seinfeld" and is co-starring in the new NBC series "Working," talks about his shows. OnStage: Nelson's World and online at (http://nelsonsworld.msn.com).

Net Buzz

- You can register to win a trip to Los Angeles on Oct. 28 as part of the launch festivities for the new Entertainment Asylum Web site, which is being billed as the premiere site for info on movies, television and celebrities. Sign up at (http://www.asylum.com).

- Yeah, yeah, yeah, it's a bunch of commercial hype. But the celebrity milk faces at Club Milk (http://www.whymilk.com) are worth a look. The site wants to be a place where teens hang out and where, of course, they learn why milk is so cool. Mooobe. Best bets here are the Mustache Moo-seum and the ESP page, where you can get a sneak peek at upcoming ads and learn how they get the milk to stay on.