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INTERNET FOR DUMMIES (For Dummies (Computers)) (Englisch) Hörkassette – Gekürzte Ausgabe, Audiobook

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Billed as a book for beginner to intermediate level Internet users, this guide covers all the basics at a level of depth suitable for those with no previous knowledge. It also aims to give you that little bit of extra understanding, so that your first forays into the Internet are better informed about its range and scope. For example, the first part of the book introduces the Internet, explaining what it does and how it works. You'll learn about the wide reach of the Internet, and about ensuring that your own data remains private when you want it to. You'll also find out about how to keep the Internet safe for the children in your household. But as well as that you'll pick up on intranets and extranets, two Internet-like systems that can benefit companies or organizations, which, while important, are not necessarily things that the absolute beginner needs to know about.

Later chapters look at areas like choosing an Internet Service Provider, the mechanics of getting connected, using the Web and e-mail, finding information and people, downloading files, using mailing lists and that growing phenomenon, online shopping. Because of its American origins, many of the examples given are not particularly geared for a UK audience, but the sample software used in the walkthroughs and technical stuff still holds, and the whole thing is put together in an extremely accessible way. --Sandra Vogel -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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"...this is a cracking read for anyone with an interest in the Net, regardless of ability." (Internet Made Easy, Book of the Month) "...guides even the most tentative surfer through the World Wide Web, refusing to breath through 'simple' steps such as knowing you've got a modem and choosing an ISP...invaluable title..." (Internet Made Easy, December 2002) -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Probably the hardest books to review are those that have the potential to be the very best and just don't make the grade. The authors have impressive backgrounds in the subject. The "For Dummies" series offers the potential for superior editorial guidance. Yet I felt that this book fell substantially short. Although many subjects were covered in depth the book consistently left me wondering "where's the beef?" For example many topics were often covered in just a perfunctory way leaving me thinking "I need more information on this subject just to begin the subject." Two examples of this are the coverage of downloading software off the WWW and ICQ. What if the authors would have not told their continual little cutsey jokes and puns and supplied more information? What if the publisher had not left so much unprinted space on each page and supplied more text? Perhaps then they would have delivered a superior book. As it is it is just mediocre.
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The Editor has done an excellent job of reviewing, as usual, and I just want to add a few details. Levine has a Ph.D. in computer science from Yale, and Young also has a Degree from Yale. You generally cannot go wrong with a mathematics, physics, or computer science book from Harvard, Yale, Princeton, MIT, etc. The ability to translate difficult concepts into ordinary English for all people requires Creative Genius of the highest order. See my reviews of some of the Schaum's Outlines and Scientific American for more on this, and some of my other mathematics and physics book reviews discuss it too. Translating in these fields requires moving from quantitative to qualitative or verbal language, and it often helps inspire the expert as much as the reader with new ideas. Levine et al are experts at summarizing, alphabetizing, isolating the core concepts, isolating errors and counterexamples, all of them key skills in translating into ordinary English.
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360 pages of all the facts you'll need about the Web, e-mail, service providers, and search engines. An encyclopedia of the easy to locate information you'll need to surf like an "expert." Provides a complete table of contents and an index of more than 2,200 entries. Topics range from The Net at Home and Work, Your Kids, Web TV and Shopping, to Your First Home Page, Mail, Messages, Chats, and Swiping Files from the Net. Written in the fun, but informative style of the "Dummies" series. At $ 15.95 you'll find a wealth of information to help you. I keep this book on my desk and refer to it often. My two sons are systems analysts and programmers, but I find the things I need faster in this book, than trying to understand what the boys are saying with their technical jargon ! After they answer my question, I still look it up in the book so I can understand the "practical" steps I need to take to get what I want.
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Von Ein Kunde am 31. März 1999
Format: Taschenbuch
I bought Internet for Dummies first, at least as far as the Internet is concerned, I really am one; second, it was highly recommended by my server when I signed up.
I expected to use it as a reference work, and still have that expectation, but I was surprised (I don't know why; too many over regimented do-it books I suppose), but I found it eminently readable - so I read it. All of it.
Interesting. Informative. Entertaining. Educational.
In my view, it should be required reading for every tyro cybernaut
Great job
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Von Ein Kunde am 14. März 1999
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I love the "Dummy" books, although I think they are a bit overpriced. Maybe I was a dummy, but I purchased this book after being on the internet for over a year. I guess I was hoping to learn things I had no prior knowledge about. For me, this book basically contained info I already knew. Don't be a dummy like me. Purchase this book while you are a newbie, otherwise you will be wishing you had better spent your money.
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Von Ein Kunde am 19. April 2000
Format: Hörkassette
Just felt it was out dated and way too basic for anyone who has ever been online. I was hoping for a little more meat. It was probably a great resource four years ago, but with the internet changing so rapidly, it needs to be updated tremendously. Most of my disapointment is my own fault... I should have seen the March 1996 publishing date and clicked away.
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Von Ein Kunde am 5. März 1999
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Am now the happy owner of four of the series,windows for dummies was very funny but this book is the most imformative yet. Up to buying the former I had not read a book for years but have now purchased and read my fourth Dummies book. Many thanks for the education and now look forward to purchasing E Mail for Dummies then I can sign off with a :) face.
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