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s/t: A Beginner's Guide
Critics agree-this is still the best introductory guide to the Internet. Now fully revised and updated, this national bestseller includes a new section on using the World Wide Web and an appendix on HTMLs (with a pull-out reference card to HTML). Places special emphasis on child security and the Internet.
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Published January 28th 1994 by Prentice Hall (Englewood Cliffs, NJ) (first published January 1992)
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Erik Graff
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I started using the internet through Loyola University in the early eighties. One would log on to one's terminal connected to the university mainframe, dial down to the University of Illinois in Champaign and link up through them to other schools throughout the country. I'd use it for what amounted to the occasional email. Beyond that, at the local Socialist Party office in Chicago we had a Morrow Decisionmaker, a machine which cost thousands, which our national secretary would use to ...more
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Mar 31, 2013 Alison Cassidy rated it it was amazing
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The very first mainstream book on the internet. The first book to hit public consciousness. The first book to explain the internet in layman's terms. Even today, many years later, there still so much to get out of it. It's still on my bookshelf in work, next to my K&R and my O'Reilly collection.

Brendan, you're nearly two years gone now, and we miss you. Gone but never forgotten.
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