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The Internet for the Typewriter Generation

   by Daniel J. Fingerman

    Ten Speed Press
    15 September, 1999


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Editorial description(s):

Book Info
A step-by-step, crystal clear introduction to the Internet written for anyone...from those who have never even touched a computer to computer novices who want to expand their Internet horizons. Softcover.

Reader review(s):

Clear, helpful, excellent!, March 8, 2000
For me, a 50-something dinosaur with years of Selectric experience behind me, Fingerman has made sense of a lot of Internet jargon and scary technical stuff. I have been "on the Net" for a while now, but being self-taught, had a fool for a student, and there was an awful lot of really basic stuff I had missed. The tips and hints in the book are real time-savers, and there are some excellent Web sites referenced as well. Worth reading!

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