Internet starter kit for Macintosh

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Hayden Books, 1994 - Computers - 990 pages
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A book/disk set that provides users the software they need to connect to the Internet and information on how to navigate the Internet via their Macintosh. It includes all the guidelines to introduce terminal programs, news services, and communication with people around the globe. Disk contains valuable programs including MacTCP, Eudora, InterSLIP, Fetch 2.1.1 and TurboGopher, and StuffIt Expander.

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Engst here provides the cure for the Internet disenfranchised. Packed into nearly 1000 pages is an exhaustive overview of the Internet and its history, tools, and resources. A great deal of the book ... Read full review


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About the author (1994)

Adam Engst is the publisher of TidBITS, one of the oldest and most-respected Internet publications, and the best-selling "Take C""ontrol" series of electronic books. His writing credits include a co-author spot on two editions of" The Wireless Networkin""g Starter Ki""t," the best-selling "Internet Start""er" "Kit" series, and contributing editor positions at "Ma""cUser," "MacWEE""K," and "Macworl""d," Industry surveys rank him as one of the most influential people in the Macintosh community, and he has been turned into an action figure. His digital camera is almost always in his pocket.

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