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> The time is ripe for an easy to use, easy to understand user's guide
> to the Internet. If I'm behind the times, please give title and author.
I've found the book "Navigating the Internet" by Mark Gibbs and Richard
Smith helpful in figuring out how to do things on the Internet. I also
like "The Internet Directory," which was mentioned by Lori Lathrop.