Zen and the Art of the Internet
by Brendan P. Kehoe
Number of pages: 86
The legendary best-selling Internet introduction, a convenient package that's just as friendly and easy-to-read as ever, is now fully-updated with coverage of the World Wide Web and much more. For years, Internet experts have referred newcomers to this book as the single best way to get started on the Internet. It's one of the few computer books that can truly be called a classic.
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by David H. Rothman - Prima Communications
The Net is revolutionizing the way millions of people work, learn, fall in love, create art, do business, make friends, and entertain themselves. Rothman explores this new electronic meeting place, as well as the controversy that threatens it ...
by Mark Handley, Jon Crowcroft - UCL Press
This book serves as an authoritative introduction to concepts and design required to use the WWW. The book is intended for systems operators and managers, IT managers, computer science undergraduates, and general Internet users.
by Linda McCarthy - Addison-Wesley
You download music, Google your homework, constantly IM your friends, check your email before dinner. While you're doing that, you also need to protect yourself. This book is about keeping safe -- protecting your data, your identity, and yourself.
by Marc Abrams - Prentice Hall
Topics covered: History and evolution of the WWW; Existing and evolving Web standards; Effective representation of information on the WWW; Use of object technology for the WWW; Social and legal issues surrounding the WWW; The future of the Web.