The World Wide Web Unleashed 1996

Front Cover Pub., 1995 - Internet - 1392 pages
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The Web Unleashed 1996 is designed to be the only book a reader will need to help him get on the World Wide Web and continue to guide him as he becomes more experienced.
-- Describes how to connect to the World Wide Web and get the most out of popular browsers
-- Shows readers how to explore the Web's amazing world of electronic art museums, online magazines, virtual malls, and video music libraries
-- CD-ROM includes starter software such as Netscape, Mosaic and advanced tools

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December and Randall try to tell you everything about the Web in a whale of a book. Divided into six sections, with three appendixes and a glossary, this compendium takes you from history to browsers ... Read full review


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About the author (1995)

Novelist, short story writer and poet, Neil Randall was born in Norfolk, England in 1975. His literary life, however, began during a trip to St. Petersburg in the mid-nineties. The richness of this experience aroused a great passion for Russian literature and culture, providing the inspiration for his novels. While influenced by classic authors such as Gogol, Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky and Chekhov, Randall is also a big admirer of contemporary writers such as Andrey Kurkov and Olga Grushin, especially Death and the Penguin and The Dream Life of Sukhanov.

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