The Internet Yellow Pages
With over 200,000 copies in print since its release in early 1994, The Internet Yellow Pages has become the preferred Internet reference tool. This new edition is expanded to include many categories and resources, plus a fully annotated list of Usenet newsgroups. It retains the witty and engaging style, original phone-book design, and easy-to-reference alphabetical format. (Communications/Networking)
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The Internet and This Book
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