The Really Simple Internet Guide: Everything You Always Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask (Paperback)John Morrish (author)
Paperback Published: 28/09/2000
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You don't have to know how a car works in order to drive it. You don't have to understand frequency modulation and cathode ray scanning to watch TV. So why should you learn about TCP/IP, caches and servers to surf the Net? This book is a manual for the millions of people who are intimidated or mystified by the Internet, or who would just like to know more about it. In simple, everyday language, and focusing on the practical uses of the Internet, John Morrish familiarizes readers with common features of the Web, and shows them how to use email, how to chat online and how to access discussion groups. To make sure no stone is left unturned, there's a comprehensive A-Z reference section that covers everything you always wanted to know about the Internet, but were afraid to ask. The book includes reviews and walkthroughs of several of the UK's top websites.
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Weight: 135 g
Dimensions: 178 x 109 mm
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