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The Internet navigator / Paul Gilster.

By: Gilster, Paul, 1949-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Wiley, c1994Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xxxii, 590 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0471052604 (acidfree paper) :.Subject(s): InternetDDC classification: 004.6 Online resources: WorldCat details Summary: A thorough revision of its highly successful predecessor. All addresses and instructions in the first edition have been carefully checked and updated. All significant new services affecting the dial-up user are described. Includes detailed coverage regarding the expansion of Internet access by large commercial online services as well as the ``no frills'' approach of using ``mail only'' access to the net. Features an extensive list of local service providers—small companies offering low-cost access to individuals.
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"The Internet navigator : the essential guide to network exploration for the individual dial-up user".

Includes bibliographical references (p. 567-572) and index.

A thorough revision of its highly successful predecessor. All addresses and instructions in the first edition have been carefully checked and updated. All significant new services affecting the dial-up user are described. Includes detailed coverage regarding the expansion of Internet access by large commercial online services as well as the ``no frills'' approach of using ``mail only'' access to the net. Features an extensive list of local service providers—small companies offering low-cost access to individuals.

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