The Internet companion: a beginner's guide to global networking

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Addison-Wesley, 1993 - Computers - 196 pages
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In clear non-technical langauge, the authors introduce the intricacies and workings of the Internet. It shows how to benefit from the rich resources of the system, including communication throughout the world for the cost of a local telephone call, tapping into university research databases, and downloading articles from online archives.

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