The Internet and the World Wide Web: a time-saving guide for new users
Here is IBM's concise guide to using the Internet and World Wide Web, with special coverage for OS/2 and AIX users. The book starts by introducing the Internet--how to connect to it, what services are available on it, and some important security issues. Then it covers the World Wide Web in detail. This time-saving guide is ideal for all Internet/WWW users and potential users, especially in an IBM environment.
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