By Ann Limpert
Updated January 12, 2001 at 05:00 AM EST

Don’t be fooled by the name: The OSWS, a vibrant exhibit of the life, work, and fabulous friends of Andy Warhol, the elusive, silver-haired ghost of Pop art, is much more than a store. Developed by the Andy Warhol Museum, the site offers plenty of methods for getting inside the artist and filmmaker’s head: You can listen to conversations among Andy’s gang, delve into excerpts from Warhol’s philosophical manifesto, and take in the full range of his visual art, from sketches of the male anatomy to that ubiquitous rendering of Marilyn Monroe. A