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> The time is ripe for an easy to use, easy to understand user's guide to
> Internet. If I'm behind the times, please give title and author.
Didn't you compile this list some time ago?
merhar -at- switch -dot- rockwell -dot- com
Here's a list of books recommended to me by TECHWR-L readers.
"Internet for Windows: America Online Edition"
Gardner and Beatty, Prima Publishers
"An Indexer's Guide to the Internet"
American Society of Indexers, P.O. Box 386, Aransas, TX
(May 1994) phone 512-749-4052
This book also contains a Select Bibliography.
"The Internet Directory"
Eric Braun, Fawcett Columbine, New York, NY. 1994
(FC is a division of Ballantine Books)
" The Internet Complete Reference"
Harley Hahn, Berkeley, CA, Osborn McGraw-Hill. 1994
"Navigating the Internet
Mark Gibbs and Richard Smith
"Zen and the Art of the Internet"
"Internet: Getting Started"
"Big Dumm's Guide to the Internet"
a text-only document (Oct. 1993)
download from Electronic Frontier Foundation
osprey.telcom.arizona.edu /NETWORKS.DIR;1 /INTERNET.DIR; 1
"Whole Internet Guide and Catalog"
Ed Krol, O'Reilley and Associates Publishers
nuts -at- ora -dot- com
"Internet Starter Kit for Macintosh," "Internet Explorer Kit for Macintosh,"
"Internet Starter Kit for Windows"
Adam C. Engst (includes disks with Internet tools)
"Teach Yourself series on Internet will be out in early July, Neil Randall.
Very much a getting started book
"The Whole Internet"
ISBN 1-56592-025-2, Ed Krol, O'Reilley and Associates, Inc.
nuts -at- ora -dot- com or uunet!ora!nuts
Ed Krol also wrote "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Internet."
"riding the internet highway"
Sharon Fisher, good beginners guide
"Welcome to the Internet: From Mystery to Mastery"
Tom Badgett and Corey Sandler (1993)
"Connecting to the Internet"
O'Reilley and Associates
Thanks to Joely, Lori, Nora, Val, Debbie, Steve, Lisa, Mary, Stewart, John,
Paula, and LaVonna. Now all I have to do is decide which book to buy.
(Should that be books?)