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1. Hitchhiker's Guide to the Internet
$0.67
2. The Whole Internet for Windows
 
3. The whole Internet user's guide
$5.00
4. The Whole Internet: The Next Generation
5. Whole Internet Calendar: 2000
 
$15.85
6. Whole Internet: User's Guide and
 
$9.95
7. Western Canadian Medicinal Chemistry
 
8. The hitchhikers guide to the Internet
 
9. The Whole Internet for Windows
10. Whole Internet Page-A-Day Calendar
 
$199.00
11. Removable Partial Denture Design
 
$5.95
12. tools of the trade.(Review) (book
 
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13. The Whole Internet User's Guide
 
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1. Hitchhiker's Guide to the Internet - New Century Edition with DirectLink Technology
by Ed Krol
Kindle Edition: Pages (2010-06-17)
list price: US$1.99
Asin: B003T0G5CU
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This book has DirectLink Technology built into the formatting. This means that we have made it easy for you to navigate the various chapters of this book. Some other versions of this book may not have the DirectLink technology built into them. We can guarantee that if you buy this version of the book it will be formatted perfectly on your Kindle. ... Read more


2. The Whole Internet for Windows 95 (Nutshell Handbooks)
by Paula Ferguson, Ed Krol
Paperback: 644 Pages (1995-11-01)
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Asin: 1565921550
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The best book on the Internet now covers Windows 95.The WholeInternet for Windows 95 is the most comprehensive introduction to theInternet available today.For Windows users who in the past have struggledto take full advantage of the Internet's powerful utilities, Windows 95'sbuilt-in Internet support is a cause for celebration.And when you get onlinewith Windows 95, this new edition of The Whole Internet will guide youevery step of the way.This book shows you how to use Microsoft Internet Explorer (the World WideWeb multimedia browser) and Microsoft Exchange (an email program).It alsocovers Netscape Navigator, the most popular Web browser on the market, andshows you how to use Usenet readers, file transfer tools, and database searching software.But it does much more.You'll also want to take advantage of alternativepopular free software programs that are downloadable from the Net.Thisbook shows you where to find them and how to use them to save you timeand money.Amazon.com Review
The Whole Internet for Windows 95 is a very good firstbook on the Internet for those who are already fairly comfortableusing their computers. The writing is lively and engaging, and theauthors seem to appreciate the value and diversity of theInternet. What's more, they present the Net to the reader like atantalizing invitation to come sample what it can offer.

If you're looking for a tour guide to the Internet that won't treatyou like a dummy, this is top choice. On the other hand, if you'remore comfortable with a very systematic, handholding approach to theNet, investigate some of the other titles in this category.

A version of this book that is not specific to users of the Windows 95operating system is also available. ... Read more


3. The whole Internet user's guide
by Ed Krol
 Paperback: 504 Pages (1995)

Asin: B0006QIVR2
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4. The Whole Internet: The Next Generation
by Kiersten Conner-Sax, Ed Krol
Paperback: 556 Pages (1999-11-15)
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Asin: 1565924282
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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In 1992, The Whole Internetintroduced millions of readers to the new Internet phenomenon.But times have changed, and the Internet has moved on.In 1992, you had to tell people how to use a web browser. These days, any third grader can tell you how to click on a link.The Whole Internet: The Next Generationa book for a new generation of Internet users.There are more applications, more exciting information, and more problems to deal with, ranging from mere annoyances to outright theft.So we've written a book that illuminates how you can use the Internet effectively in today's environment.We don't need to convince you that the Internet is a valuable resource--whether you're a corporate attorney or a gourmet chef, you already know.But you may not know how to make the Internet work for you.If you need to catch up with the many changes that have taken place in the last few years--if you'd like to try some of the next generation tools that are now available--The Whole Internet: The Next Generation is a book you have to read.Amazon.com Review
For a snapshot of something that is mutating as quickly as the Internet, The Whole Internet: The Next Generation exhibits remarkable comprehensiveness and accuracy. It's a good panoramic shot of Web sites, Usenet newsgroups, e-mail, mailing lists, chat software, electronic commerce, and the communities that have begun to emerge around all of these.

This is the book to buy if you have a handle on certain aspects of the Internet experience--e-mail and Web surfing, for example--but want to learn what else the global network has to offer--say, Web banking or mailing-list management. The authors clearly have seen a thing or two online and are able to share their experiences entertainingly and with clarity. However, they commit the mistake of misidentifying an Amazon.com book review as a publisher's synopsis of a book.

Aside from that transgression, The Whole Internet presents detailed information on much of the Internet. In most cases, coverage explains what something (online stock trading, free homepage sites, whatever) is all about and then provides you with enough how-to information to let you start exploring on your own. Coverage ranges from the super-basic (how to surf) to the fairly complex (sharing an Internet connection among several home computers on a network). Along the way, readers get insight into buying, selling, meeting, relating, and doing most everything else on the Internet. While other books explain the first steps into the Internet community with more graphics, this one will remain useful to the newcomer long after he or she has become comfortable using the Internet. --David Wall

Topics covered: Basic Internet connectivity, Internet software, mailing lists, newsgroups, netiquette, personal information security, shopping, auctions, games, basic Web publishing with HTML, and advanced home connectivity with local area networking. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great 'User's Guide' for the 'Net'
Over the past ten years or so, the Internet has seen tremendous change and has had a profound effect on our culture and society. While the first two editions of this book reflected those changes, they are now almostcompletely outdated. This third edition reflects the latest changes,describing all the brand new Internet technologies.

The authors'conversational (and at times gently humorous) style makes reading about allthese potentially daunting topics very easy. And at times you becomefascinated by all the things you can do on the 'Net, like searching for along-lost friend, paying your bills online, or buying the latest CD fromSteely Dan or the latest Stephen King novel online.

There are chapters inthis book about using email (and conquering email problems) and net news,protecting your privacy online, a chapter to building your own web page,what to do when you have trouble getting online, and playing online games(and avoiding "lag" and disconnects).

I also loved theResources section near the back of the book, which lists a number ofdifferent web sites for various topics. The book also looks to the futureand what technologies we can look forward to seeing in the next few years.

If you want a good overall view of what the current Internet looks like,this is the book for you.

I also recommend the Internet In A Nutshellbook. ... Read more


5. Whole Internet Calendar: 2000
by Ed Krol
Calendar: Pages (1999-10-28)

Isbn: 076111551X
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6. Whole Internet: User's Guide and Catalog - Academic Edition (Nutshell Handbook)
by O'Reilly, Ed Krol, Bruce Klopfenstein
 Paperback: 609 Pages (1995-12-13)
list price: US$25.95 -- used & new: US$15.85
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Asin: 0534506747
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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An exclusive academic edition of the bestselling Internet textbook onthe market, The Whole Internet User's Guide & Catalog unlocks theInternet's vast resources.Co-published by O'Reilly & Associates andIntegrated Media Group (IMG), an imprint of Wadsworth Publishing Company,and adapted into a textbook by Bruce Klopfenstein, this specialized bookcovers everything from basics such as electronic mail to the newestdevelopments.By keeping technical language to a minimum, The Whole Internet iscompletely accessible to novice computer users.This edition adds creativefigures depicting network functions to demonstrate otherwise complicated andtechnical information graphically, and adds research-oriented examples tohelp you use the Internet for academic research purposes.It also suppliesinformation about news groups and FTP archives, eliminates some of the morecomplex UNIX information, and expands its glossary and resource listings. ... Read more

Customer Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars By the author of "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Internet"
Everyone has to start somewhere. Most people think that the World-wide Web is the Internet. Others are still trying to spell DARPA. The topics covered in this book include: What the Internet is, how it works, and what you can do. . Basic Internet utilities (telnet, ftp). Electronic mail and USENET News (bulletin Boards). How to find the resources you want with tools like Archie Gopher, WAIS, and the World-wide Web. . What recourses are available: a catalog of over 300 resources, on topics ranging form Aeronautics to Zymurgy. . How to be connected to the Internet: a list of Internet service Providers.

To really take advantage of this book it is best to have a shell account. Then you can go where no browser has gone before.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best Internet Handbook!
Very well written!The organization of this book offers the reader the option to learn a little or dig deeper, either way, the reader will gain functional, usable knowledge.Each chapter builds upon itself, makingdigestion of complex material very simple.I highly recommend reading thisif you want more than AOL has to offer!

5-0 out of 5 stars A great book for net-novices who aren't computer-illiterates
The first book I ever read about the internet. I got this book way back in '92 (or perhaps the spring of '93). It was one of only two books that were out (at least that people knew about on the net), the other one being The Hitchikers Guide to the Internet, or something like that. I still have the old copy, so I can't vouch for the newest releases, but since the author is the same, I trust his text has only improved. It was a great book to start out learning about the net because it didn't just skim the surface, but got into the nitty gritty of many different aspects, including email, ftp, the web (then in its infancy), usenet news, telnet, WAIS, GOPHER, and even connecting your computer to the net (not an easy task in 1992!), and more, all in just 350 or so pages! It was enough to get me hooked and to make all the cryptic unix commands that you had to deal with if you were connecting via a university (not many other choices back then) seem a little less cryptic. If you are a relative newcomer to the net, this book is a great place to start, unless you are very computer-illiterate, in which case you'll probably have an easier time with a Dummies book which doesn't go into as much detail. Even for those who are not so new to the net, Kroll has a good deal of historical information about the net and some stuff on the actual network systems that connect everything - the mbones and all that - so you will gain a lot from this as well. All in all, a very useful book!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great, but slightly out of date
I really liked this book. It was recommended to me by a web-designer friend.He gave me the book to read and told me what was out of date.The parts that are still usable were very informative, but when it comes to computers you must admit that it is better to get a new publication.I hope he writes a third edition soon, I'll buy the first copy.

2-0 out of 5 stars Too complicated
This book was WAAAAYYYY to complicated for the average person. ... Read more


7. Western Canadian Medicinal Chemistry Workshop.(RECOGNITION/RECONNAISSANCE): An article from: Canadian Chemical News
by Ed Krol, David Palmer
 Digital: 2 Pages (2009-02-01)
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This digital document is an article from Canadian Chemical News, published by Chemical Institute of Canada on February 1, 2009. The length of the article is 417 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Western Canadian Medicinal Chemistry Workshop.(RECOGNITION/RECONNAISSANCE)
Author: Ed Krol
Publication: Canadian Chemical News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: February 1, 2009
Publisher: Chemical Institute of Canada
Volume: 61Issue: 2Page: 32(1)

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8. The hitchhikers guide to the Internet
by Ed Krol
 Unknown Binding: Pages (1989)

Asin: B00072679O
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9. The Whole Internet for Windows 95: User's Guide and Catalog
by Ed Krol
 Hardcover: Pages (1995)

Asin: B003Q9YPXK
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10. Whole Internet Page-A-Day Calendar 2002
by Ed Krol
Calendar: Pages (2001-08-01)
list price: US$10.95
Isbn: 0761123164
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As the Internet grows by leaps and bounds, Ed Krol, author of The Whole Internet User's Guide & Catalog, remains its most-trusted navigator, and his calendar is the ultimate Internet travel guide, with an exciting new destination every day.

Not sure if your brand of gingko biloba delivers? Check out consumerlab.com for an impartial scientific analysis. On Flag Day, go to americanhistory.si.edu/ssb/ to view the very flag, tatters and all, that inspired Francis Scott Key to write the national anthem.Updates for the calendar are also available year-round via e-mail: update@workman.com. ... Read more


11. Removable Partial Denture Design 5ed
by Arthur J Krol
 Paperback: Pages (1999)
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Asin: B000Q152HY
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12. tools of the trade.(Review) (book review): An article from: Strategic Finance
 Digital: 4 Pages (1999-11-01)
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Asin: B00099JKVC
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This digital document is an article from Strategic Finance, published by Institute of Management Accountants on November 1, 1999. The length of the article is 922 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: tools of the trade.(Review) (book review)
Publication: Strategic Finance (Refereed)
Date: November 1, 1999
Publisher: Institute of Management Accountants
Volume: 81Issue: 5Page: 87

Article Type: Book Review

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13. The Whole Internet User's Guide and Catalog. (book reviews): An article from: Technical Communication
by Eric J. Ray
 Digital: 4 Pages (1994-02-01)
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Asin: B0009210V2
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This digital document is an article from Technical Communication, published by Society for Technical Communication on February 1, 1994. The length of the article is 928 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: The Whole Internet User's Guide and Catalog. (book reviews)
Author: Eric J. Ray
Publication: Technical Communication (Refereed)
Date: February 1, 1994
Publisher: Society for Technical Communication
Volume: v41Issue: n1Page: p112(2)

Article Type: Book Review

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