Zen and the Art of the Internet: A Beginner's Guide
For someone learning about the Internet for the first time, the sheer size of it can be overwhelming. This revised beginner's guide to the Internet not only helps readers break through the intimidation barrier, but also provides them with enough tools and confidence to help others use the Net as well. It explains why the Internet works as it does and how people interact in this environment. This edition has a two colour format and has been completely updated to cover changes in Internet technology.
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