Cyber dictionary: your guide to the wired world

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Knowledge Exchange, Jan 25, 1996 - Business & Economics - 313 pages
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For the first time, a dynamically designed book puts it all together for tens of millions of Net surfers and novice Netters. Organized in an easy-to-use A-Z format and written in concise, clear language, this reader-friendly reference is filled with fascinating min-essays, over 900 explicit definitions, and time-saving tips certain to make the Net accessible, exciting, and enlightening.

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Cyberdictionary: Your Guide to the Wired World

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Technical jargon tends to creep regularly into our everyday conversations, and it seems to be churned out incessantly when the subject is cyberspace. To keep a handle on it all and to preserve the ... Read full review

Contents

Using CyberDictionary
access avatar 1
The lnteractive Test Track 18
The Rise And Likely Fall Of The Bulletin Board 39
What Would George Orwell Say? 57
Dchannel DRAM
KSjj games guide 121
iway 139
nanosecond NTSC
object overlay 207
WUi jaggiesjukebox 156
RAM RTV 237
Everything You Wanted To Know About Cybersex
T1 carrier twistedpair cable 266
zine Zulu Time 310
Copyright

Why A Modem? 184

About the author (1996)

The author of works on both English and American literature, including Romanticism, and American Romanticism, Volumes I and II, DAVID MORSE is a lecturer in English and American Studies at the University of Sussex.

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