The Internet For Canadians For Dummies

Author: Andrew Dagys,John R. Levine,Carol Baroudi,Margaret Levine Young

Publisher: CDG Books Canada

ISBN: 9781894413022

Category: Computers

Page: 384

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Whether you're logging on to the Web for the first time or conducting an advanced search, the sheer amount of information available online can make your experience a frustrating one. Fortunately, The Internet For Canadians For Dummies provides a handy reference guide to help you figure out what's available, how to use it, and what's unique for Canadian Web surfers. The first part of this book introduces you to some important tips and terminology for getting started; it also explains basic trends in the online world. Later chapters explore the many uses of the Internet -- from shopping and investing to building your own Web page, it's all here in easy-to-understand English. The Internet For Canadians For Dummies also helps you stay connected with folks down the hall or across the world via e-mail, instant messages, chatting, and newsgroups. Use the enclosed CD-ROM to access a wide range of programs that enable you to send and receive mail, access cool graphics, download information from the Internet, and build personal Web pages.
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The Internet for Windows for Dummies Starter Kit

Author: John R. Levine,Margaret Levine Young

Publisher: For Dummies

ISBN: 9781568842462

Category: Computers

Page: 448

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Here is everything needed to access and cruise the Internet with ease and simplicity in one hot bundle! This Deluxe Edition includes: The Internet for Dummies Quick Reference, NetManage software, and The 1994 White Pages--the directory that puts over 100,000 Internet address listings at the user s fingertips. Even the most intimidated users will be cruising the Internet superhighway with this kit.
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The Internet for Physicians

Author: Roger P. Smith,Margaret J.A. Edwards

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1475730748

Category: Medical

Page: 207

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Does the Internet offer anything besides cybermalls and computer games? Is there anything out there for physicians? As Roger Smith and Margaret Edwards demonstrate in The Internet for Physicians, 2nd edition, the answer is a resounding "YES!" The authors describe the Internet in clear, easy-to-read language, how it is useful to the physician in practice, how to employ its various tools, and what hardware and software are required to "log on". Building on the success of the 1st edition, The Internet for Physicians, 2nd edition, continues to provide thorough coverage of Internet basics and now includes all-new chapters on advanced issues and options facing the seasoned surfer. Updates address choosing a service provider, search secrets, designing a personal web page, html programming, Internet security, laptop vs desktop, and hardware decisions such as choosing a platform. An expanded glossary explains Internet-related terms and a detailed bibliography suggests further reading. Additionally, the book offers an extensive directory of over 600 Internet medical resources, organized by disease and medical specialty, for both physicians and patients. With each site personally reviewed by Smith, it is a treasure trove of the Internet information available to doctors. What's more, a CD-ROM component brings the reader hypertext links to websites with the click of a mouse. Intelligent, informative, and witty, The Internet for Physicians, 2nd edition, offers medical professionals essential knowledge to keep their practices progressive, professional, and cutting-edge.
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The Internet for Windows 98 For Dummies

Author: Margaret Levine Young,John R. Levine,Jordan M. Young, II,Carol Baroudi

Publisher: For Dummies

ISBN: 9780764503504

Category: Computers

Page: 382

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At last, the world's most popular operating software now has everything you need to connect to the Internet and surf all four corners of the World Wide Web. With the release of Windows 98 comes a suite of programs designed to make life in cyberspace a safer and saner experience. Still not sure just what all this Internet stuff is about? The Internet For Windows 98 For Dummies leads you step-by-step through these key elements of Windows 98 and the ever-expanding Internet: * What is the Internet? * Selecting which Internet service to use * Sending and receiving e-mail * The World Wide Web explained (really) * Straight talk about channels, subscriptions, push technology, cookies, and other Web-related hype * Creating your own home page on the Web * The ins and outs of online shopping With The Internet For Windows 98 For Dummies as your guide, your online experience can be fun instead of frustrating.
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More Internet for Dummies

Author: John R. Levine,Margaret Levine Young

Publisher: For Dummies

ISBN: 9781568846064

Category: Computer network protocols

Page: 406

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Filled with tips on how to get the most out of the Internet, this book provides more information on Internet tools, Gopher, Archie, WAIS and the WWW. Completely updated, this book includes all the latest happenings on the Internet and the WWW, and even gives users more cool things to do on the Internet.
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Mobile Internet For Dummies

Author: Michael J. O'Farrell,John R. Levine,Jostein Algroy,James Pearce,Daniel Appelquist

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470414248

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 296

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You’re on the go all the time — maybe for business, maybe because it’s a byproduct of your busy lifestyle. But either way, your life would be easier if you had Internet access wherever you are. Well, when it comes to the Internet, you CAN take it with you! You just need the right stuff, and Mobile Internet For Dummies tells you what that is, how to find it, and how to use it. This easy-to-follow guide is packed with tips on choosing the best mobile device, software, and service provider for your needs, but that’s not all. You’ll see how to use your mobile Web browser, find made-for-mobile content (and create your own) and much more. Mobile Internet For Dummies explains how the Mobile Internet differs from the garden-variety Internet, and shows you how to: Find your mobile phone browser Use the Mobile Internet to surf, shop, blog, watch movies, and more — on the go Send and receive e-mail from your mobile device Locate other mobile applications Watch TV on your mobile phone Manage your kids’ access to the Mobile Internet Secure and name a mobile Internet site and acquire mobile Web development tools Build your own made-for-mobile Web site Use your Mobile Internet site to promote your business and generate revenue With the help of Mobile Internet For Dummies, you’ll be able to stay connected wherever you happen to be, and maybe even make it pay off with a bit of income.
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Internet: The Complete Reference

Author: Margaret Levine Young

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0072228296

Category: Computers

Page: 896

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Make the most of all the Internet has to offer with help from this comprehensive guide. Learn how to get connected, choose an Internet service provider (ISP) and Web browser, send e-mail, chat, use plug-ins, purchase goods safely, find tons of helpful and fun information online -- even create your own Web page.
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Getting a Web Development Job For Dummies

Author: Kathleen Taylor,Bud E. Smith

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 111896778X

Category: Computers

Page: 312

View: 890

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Craving a career in web dev? Chart your path with this helpful guide Getting a Web Development Job For Dummies provides a roadmap to one of the "hot jobs" in the booming world of tech. The web development field is large, and it encompasses many actual functions. This book helps you understand the web development career opportunities and determine the path you should take, based on your own personal needs and preferences, to launch your career. You'll learn about various career options, the skills you'll need to become an attractive candidate, how to go about learning the ropes, and proving your abilities to a potential employer or client. With so many possible goals and no one right way to get there, this book cuts through the confusion to put you on the path to a career you want. The web development industry is expected to grow for the foreseeable future, and there is already a shortage of trained workers to fill the jobs. Whether you lean technical or aesthetic, you can find your place in the industry with right skills—both hard and soft—and with the right plan. Getting a Web Development Job For Dummies is your guide to formulating that plan and getting started right. Find formal or informal ways to build the tech skills you'll need Discover where you fit, whether as a freelancer or within an organization Learn how to build a resume, develop a portfolio, and impress interviewers Get expert tips on finding resources, building a reputation, and more If your pet peeves include malfunctioning forms, flashing banners, and sites that take way too long to load, the web development world needs you. But before you begin your journey, you need a destination and a route in mind. Getting a Web Development Job For Dummies is your roadmap, so you can set out today.
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