Written by a dentist for a dental audience, this guide uses as little technical jargon as possible in order to guide the reader new to the Internet through from the early stages of getting connected to the more advanced realms of benefiting from user groups and searching the World Wide Web. With dentistry becoming more and more reliant on the Internet in the future, this book aims to provide a starting point for the dental professional to learn the advantages that the Internet has to offer for business, education and pleasure uses. Readers will learn, amongst other applications, how to send and receive e-mail, search the web for a wide variety of information and make the most efficient use of the Internet.pdownes.demon.co.uk \ This is the unique part of the domain name that identifies my computer on the internet. ... How to a#39;get on-linea#39; Assuming that you have acquired the five items listed above, the next stage is to actually connect to the internet. ... name system The internet uses both a system of names (domain name) and numbers (IP address) to identify computers and individuals on the internet.
|Title||:||The Internet Guide for Dentistry|
|Author||:||Paul K. Downes|