Articles, animations, virtual environments, webcams, and more than 1,500 photos--that's just part of what Eternal Egypt (www.eternalegypt.org) brings to your computer screen. It's a veritable deluge of information, but how good is it? Great, if volume is what you're looking for. Great, too, if you want to go beyond pharaonic Egypt to the Coptic and Islamic periods. But some of the digital bells and whistles are more successful than others. The animations, such as how the Nile flood was measured in ancient times, are good, while the virtual Tut's tomb is less evocative than the old black-and-white photographs first taken after its discovery in 1922.