Online Family: Your Guide to Fun and Discovery in Cyberspace

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Wiley, Feb 27, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 368 pages
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Plan a complete family vacation on the Internet.

Learn how to keep your kids safe online.

Get news and reviews on family-oriented movies, television, and music.

Find out where to go for help with homework.

This user-friendly, jam-packed guide is a great resource for finding the best family-related sites on the Internet. Preston Gralla, author of Online Kids and a leading authority in the field of family computing and Internet resources, explains how families can best access and use cyberspace. His expert advice covers everything from choosing the right online service and navigating the World Wide Web to sending e-mail, using newsgroups, and keeping safe online. You'll discover the best places to go online for current events, entertainment, and up-to-the-minute information on vacation and travel, home improvement, games and hobbies, finance, parenting, and much more. Each chapter includes dozens of useful site listings. Put the awesome potential of cyberspace to use for you and your family!

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Contents

Using the Internet and Online Services
1
Keeping Kids Safe in Cyberspace
17
Communicating in Cyberspace
30
Copyright

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PRESTON GRALLA is a journalist, author, and experienced online surfer who writes for Family PC, Computer Life, and other magazines. An Executive Editor at ZDNet, he is the author of Online Kids: A Young Surfer's Guide to Cyberspace (Wiley), PC Computing Guide to Shareware, and How the Internet Works.

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