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Internet for Scientists

   by Kevin O'Donnell / Larry Winger

    T&F STM
    01 November, 1997


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Assuming no background at all, covers communicating with other people<-->e-mail, mailing lists, newsgroups, real time chat<-->and with other computers<-->file transfer, telnet, and the World Wide Web. Includes brief reviews of Web science sites, and instructions for building a Web site. Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR --This text refers to the

Book Description
You may be a teacher, struggling to find new and interesting material; you may be a student, keen to keep up to date without spending hours in the library; you could be a well-established and respected member of the scientific community, vaguely bemused by the computer on your desk. Whoever you are, this book will help you to communicate instantly with individuals or whole groups of scientists working in your field. It will guide you through the jungle of bad information to places of vital interest to your research, and help you to avoid the many pitfalls along the way. You will learn how to find and obtain files or programs of value, made freely available by your colleagues. You will be told where to look for information on any scientific topic and shown how to find other sites of interest. You will then find out how to make a useful and impressive web presence for yourself, your school, or your department. After all, it is a fact today that if you are not on the web you are going to
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