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Sites:
  • AOL Anywhere - NetHelp - Basic introduction to exploring the Internet. Provides information on things such as mailing lists, newsgroups, gophers, search strategies, Internet terms, and error messages in addition to AOL-specific products and access to member help services.
  • Beginners and Internet Help Information - Beginning with the first steps online to building Web sites and technical info... If you don't find what you need, you can e-mail questions.
  • The Comprehensive Internet Reference - Includes: discussion and information lists on the Internet, Usenet newsgroups, FTP sites, computer products, vendors and Internet and Web design companies.
  • Compu-KISS - Your host, Sandy Berger, humanizes cyberspace with special insights, easy to understand tutorials, product reviews, feature stories, computer news, and tips.
  • CyberU - Describes the internet before the WWW existed, how to navigate the WWW, how to evaluate content found on the web, how to search, and how to cite what is found.
  • Help4Free - This site lists a database of websites offering free help for computer related problems, errors, troubleshooting, and general computer information. [May not work in all browsers]
  • Help2Go - Computer advice, help, information, tutorial, and review articles.
  • How the Internet Runs - A free lecture-based presentation on how the networks of the world interconnect to create the Internet. Covers NAP, PNAP, Internet history, Internet organizations and Internet protocols.
  • How to share a broadband internet connection - Article describing three techniques for sharing a broadband internet connection with multiple computers.
  • InetDaemon's IT Compendium - A collection of tutorials and references centered around Internet, web, telecommunications and related networking technologies explained by InetDaemon.
  • Internet Guides - Internet tips and help by Suranga Manage.
  • Internet Overview - Brief insight into the history, protocols and uses for the WWW.
  • Internet Resource - Help-Net is an educational discussion list dedicated to helping people to become more experienced Internet users, and to discussing Internet related topics.
  • Internet Scambusters - How to avoid being ripped off by Internet scams, fraud, misinformation, and hype.
  • Internet: The Big Picture - Answering the question "What are the major pieces of the Internet, and who are the major players in each segment?" By Russ Haynal.
  • Internet Web Text - A training resource for helping students learn about the Internet and World Wide Web. Links to important resources for further exploration and searching, including major guides.
  • Introduction to the Internet - Basic explanations and tutorials organized by topic.
  • The Kim Komando Show - Official home page of a US radio show about computers, the Internet, online security and the World Wide Web. Includes podcasts, tips, downloads and newsletters.
  • Learn the Net - An Internet Guide and Tutorial.
  • MIC - A personal website of Max Nokhrin. It offers help in many different areas, including online viruses.
  • Netshack - Internet related help documents including information on web browsers, e-mail, and file types.
  • The New WWW FAQs - Frequently and recently asked questions and answers about the World Wide Web.
  • The Newbie Club - Jargon free tutorials with screen shots, e-books, and magazine subscription.
  • The Online Feedback Guide - This site offers an interactive feedback board, the online "feedmeback" guide and contains several methods to boost surfers participation to your feedback requests.
  • Schindler's Cyber List - Steve Schindler writes software and Internet related reviews and articles.
  • Sharpened.net - Sharpen your knowledge of computers and the Internet. Glossary, help center.
  • Suite 101 Internet Tips - Tips and articles related to computers, technology, and the Internet.
  • Teacher Web - Teacher Web provides and instructs teachers with and to a way of creating their own website to communicate with students outside of class.
  • Thirdage.com - Simple internet tutorials.
  • Tizag Beginner HTML Tutorial - The tutorial walks the beginner web designer through the process of making their first web site.
  • Vijay Mukhi's Technology Cornucopia - Tutorials for Java, Internet protocols (HTTP, sockets, CGI) OLE, COM, ActiveX, CORBA, and other web technologies.
  • @Web Philippines - The Philippine source of information for Internet and technology. Tutorials on internet marketing, web designing and how to establish an internet presence for your company.
  • Web Wiz Guide - Development informational site with tutorials on Active Server Pages, Database manipulation, statistical counters and e-mail.
  • Wow Area - Guides and tutorials for beginning internet usage, HTML, javascript, cgi, and search engines.
  • Zen and the Art of the Internet - Intended to introduce a user to the benefits and facilities available through the Internet.

 
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