NETIZENS WEARY OF WASHINGTON'S PREOCCUPATION with the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal are sending a message to Congress: Move on!

Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Wes Boyd and Joan Blades--whose former company, Berkeley Systems Inc., created the Flying Toasters screensaver and the CD-ROM game You Don't Know Jack--have launched a bipartisan Web movement called the Million Move-on March.

The campaign's goal is to collect 1 millioN names by Election Day on a Web site whose message recommenDs that President Clinton be censured and Congress focus on more vital issues. As of Oct. 2, more than 125,000 people had visited the site (www.moveon.org) and endorsed the campaign's move-on message.

On Nov. 2, the organizers are planning to stage a demonstration on the steps of Capitol Hill. The specifics of the event haven't been worked out yet, but when it comes to public sentiment, Blades suggests, Congress doesn't know Jack.

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