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I do not own this book, but I was impressed when I looked
through a friend's copy. I may be biased, but it seemed to be
especially well organized because it is written by a technical
_Welcome to the Internet: From Mystery to Mastery_
by Tom Badgett and Corey Sandler (1993)
The book that I have read parts of is _The Whole Internet_,
which is published by O'Reilley. It is more detailed.
If your interest is in "How do I get on the 'net?" then
look for books like O'Reilley's _Connecting to the Internet_.
These are the books that I know of, but the market is becoming
flooded on the subject. (BTW, I am sending this to the list because
I am hoping that others have comments on Badgett's book.)