Surfin' the Net! is an abbreviated, easy-to-understand reference for everyone who uses or is thinking of using the Internet.
Author: A. R. Stumbo
Publisher: Addax Publishing Group Incorporated
Surfin' the Net! is an abbreviated, easy-to-understand reference for everyone who uses or is thinking of using the Internet. Surfin' the Net! provides the information you'll need to get connected and online to start exploring the electronic superhighway. Learn about the latest connection kits, browsers, modems and service providers ... and how to make the most of the net's tools and features such as World Wide Web, newsgroups, e-mail and freeware."
SARAH BANET - WEISER 15 Surfin ' the Net ... evidently provided not only instructions on how to make homemade pipe bombs , but also plugged these two smart yet " impressionable " youngsters into the vast , dark wasteland of the Net .
Author: Marita Sturken
Publisher: Temple University Press
Category: Social Science
For as long as people have developed new technologies, there has been debate over the purposes, shape, and potential for their use. In this exciting collection, a range of contributors, including Sherry Turkle, Lynn Spigel, John Perry Barlow, Langdon Winner, David Nye, and Lord Asa Briggs, discuss the visions that have shaped "new" technologies and the cultural implications of technological adaptation. Focusing on issues such as the nature of prediction, community, citizenship, consumption, and the nation, as well as the metaphors that have shaped public debates about technology, the authors examine innovations past and present, from the telegraph and the portable television to the Internet, to better understand how our visions and imagination have shaped the meaning and use of technology. Author note: Marita Sturken is Associate Professor in the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California and the author of Tangled Memories: The Vietnam War, the AIDS Epidemic, and the Politics of Remembering and Practices of Looking: An Introduction to Visual Culture (with Lisa Cartwright). Douglas Thomas is Associate Professor in the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California. He is author of three books, most recently Hacker Culture. Sandra Ball-Rokeach is a Professor and Director of the Communication Technology and Community Program in the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California. She is author of several books, including Theories of Mass Communication (with M. L. De Fleur).
... you the insights of Internet users and other high-tech wits Surfin' the Net (Terri Cutherell) So I think I'm in the clear, the boss is nowhere in sight. I log on to the Web and start to surf, and then my hair stands up with fright.
For more than 20 years, Network World has been the premier provider of information, intelligence and insight for network and IT executives responsible for the digital nervous systems of large organizations. Readers are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the voice, data and video systems their companies use to support everything from business critical applications to employee collaboration and electronic commerce.
Surfin' the Net log on and you're there plug in and I'm here surfing along electronic super highways coming together like joining data streams byte to byte and site to site joins clicking hands across all the connections to make a love ...
Author: Joe A. Crawford
A book of verse that is both insightful and thought provoking, with a full range of poetry that goes from the depths of the human heart to the upper reaches of all existence.
As we followed him in, he explained, “I was just surfin' the Net and gettin', like, the four-one-one on our bud here.” “You mean Wally?” Wall Street asked. “You were checking up on Wally?” “Well, that's one name,” Flabbyjowls said as he ...
Author: Bill Myers
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Through a series of incredible mis-adventures (so what else is new), our boy blunder finds himself participating in the Skateboard Championship of the Universe. (It would be "of the World" except for the one kid who claims to be from Jupiter-a likely story, in spite of his two heads and seven arms.) It's a tough crowd where anything goes as long as you win. Amidst the incredible chaotic chaos by incurably corrupt competitors (say that five times fast), Wally learns there is more to life (or in his case, near-death) than winning.
Surfin'. the. Net. and. Groovin'. to. Tunes. In This Chapter A brief history of the Web Using Mozilla to surf the Web Plugging in plug-ins Playing, ripping, and burning CDs Building your sound system ...
Author: Jon Hall
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Red Hat Linux, with its splashy brand name and recognizable logo, is undeniably one of the driving forces behind the Linux revolution—and, by far, the most popular Linux flavor. It’s used by businesses, individuals, and governments world wide to cut costs, improve performance, and just plain get the work done. You can use it as a desktop workstation, a network server, an Internet gateway, a firewall, the basis of an embedded system (such as a smart VCR or a robot), or even as a multiprocessor supercomputer. And thanks to the thousands of people who continually refine different parts of Linux, Red Hat Linux keeps getting more flexible and robust with each new release. Ready to put the power of the penguin in your PC? This handy plain-English guide to Red Hat Linux 9 shows you how—no experience required! It gets you up and running with everything you need to know to: Install, configure, customize, and fine-tune Red Hat Linux 9 Get connected to the Internet Work with Word documents Set up a Web server Customize your own flexible, powerful workstation Connect to a wireless network Build a firewall With world-renowned Linux expert and crusader Jon “maddog” Hall and Paul Sery as your guides, you’ll quickly master what you need to know about: Connecting to the Internet via broadband DSL and cable modems or old-fashioned dial-up modems Getting connected to your Local Area Network (LAN) Building simple Internet and LAN services, including Web pages and print servers Using Red Hat Linux to play CDs and MP3s and listen to radio stations Using OpenOffice desktop productivity suite, Evolution desktop organizer/and email client, the streaming multimedia player, and other cool applications On the 2 Bonus CD-ROMs you’ll find: Publisher’s edition of Red Hat Linux 9 Apache Web Server GNU compiler GNOME and KDE Desktop This amazing book/CD package is hands-down the quickest, easiest, and cheapest way to put the full power of Linux to work for you.
Surfin'. the. 'Net. Brad popped in on his grandfather Ed one afternoon after school. “What's up, Gramps? Thought I'd drop by and spend a little time with you.” Ed sat up from his easy chair and rubbed his eyes. “You caught me napping,” ...
Author: Karen O'Connor
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Category: Older people
These senior moments keep you laughing while you adjust to new technology. Have you looked for the "any" key after being told, "Press any key"? Talked into the TV remote instead of your cell phone? You're not alone! Karen O'Connor offers encouragement and tips to help you navigate the digital world.
Author: Monique Jellerette DejonghPublish On: 2015-02-11
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Author: Monique Jellerette Dejongh
Category: Family & Relationships
Ten of Monique and Cassandra's twenty-five tips... 1. Get your act togetha, so when you finally do meet Mr. Right, he can't resist you. 2. Smile and say "hello" to every Black man you see. 3. Forgive old lovers and make peace with them. 4. Tell everyone you know that you're looking for a husband. 5. Go on as may blind dates as possible. 6. Date men who are not your "type"--you may be pleasantly surprised. 7. If you ask a man a series of questions within the first five minutes of meeting him, he'll tell you almost anything you want to know. After that he clams up and won't tell you a thing. 8. If you realize right away he is someone you don't like but does have an interesting job or hobby, he may have a friend who's perfect for you. 9. If he's available and you like him, don't hesitate to let him know. 10. Dress conservatively. If you attract him with your body, how are you going to keep him with your mind? About six years ago, on the eve of her thirtieth birthday, Monique Jellerette was desperate to get married, but couldn't seem to find the right man. A married friend, Cassandra, offered some solid (albeit unsolicited) advice. Monique, determined to do it her own way, suffered through a few more dates from Hell before she realized Cassandra's tips might make sense. So she started putting Cassandra's suggestions to work, made up a few tricks of her own, and devised a plan of action...Six months later Monique met and married Bob and became Mrs. Monique Jellerette deJongh! Now, in How to Marry a Black Man, Mrs. Monique Jellerette deJongh and Mrs. Cassandra Marshall Cato-Louis share their secrets with women everywhere. Based on Monique and Cassandra's proven techniques, and coupled with the results of all-male focus groups on what Black men are really looking for in a prospective mate, How to Marry a Black Man is part manual/journal and part workbook, and delivers the goods on how to master the dating game and find a husband.