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.Because the WebTV box connects to your TV set by using RCA jacks, those cables with round things on the end that just push in, the box ... The hardware comes with a usable set of instructions that tell you how to connect it to your TV, either directly or through the VCR ... Find the nearest phone jack in your house, remove the phone cable from it, insert the splitter, and then put the phone cable back in.
|Title||:||The Internet For Canadians For Dummies|
|Author||:||Andrew Dagys, John R. Levine, Carol Baroudi, Margaret Levine Young|
|Publisher||:||CDG Books Canada - 1999-09-30|