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An Introduction and Connection Guide to the Internet and th…
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Titel: The Web Empowerment Book
Autor/en: Ralph Abraham, Frank Jas, Willard Russell

ISBN: 0387944311
EAN: 9780387944319
An Introduction and Connection Guide to the Internet and the World-Wide Web.
Auflage 1995.
Book.
Sprache: Englisch.
Springer New York

13. April 1995 - kartoniert - 228 Seiten

After many years of daily UNIX and Internet activity, we came to be enthusiasts of the World-Wide Web while trying to choose an authoring system for a CD-ROM project. We decided to use Web software for the CD-ROM, thus seamlessly integrating the two dis­ joint worlds of CD-ROM publishing and the Internet. We are grate­ ful to our publisher, Allan M. Wylde, for the initiative leading to that idea and then to this book. As we enter the third millennium and complete the computer revo­ lution, our future will depend on our creative actions taken today. The politics of cyberspace, our future world, are being determined now by those who are already empowered with full cyberfunction­ ality on the Internet - which today means the multimedia browsing capabilities of the WWW.theWorld-WideWeb.Itis urgent that concerned people extend themselves as soon as possible into this new world, to participate in the creation of the future. Our purpose in presenting this introduction and empowerment package is to enable as many people as possible to attain this level of citizenship in the future. Turn on, boot up, and jack in! The future is ours to create. xi Software Bundles Here is a minimal suite of software for WWW connection, as described in the Bootstrap chapters in part 2 of this book. Macintosh Level 2: . MacTCpl, from Apple Dealers . t InterSlip, from InterCon and free over the Internet.
1 An Introduction to the World-Wide Web.- 1 Introduction.
- 1.1 The history of the Internet.
- 1.2 Two classes of people.
- 1.3 Five steps in the evolution of the WWW.
- 1.4 Personal computing in the 1980s.
- 1.6 Four levels of citizenship.
- 1.7 A miniature WWW FAQ.
- 1.8 The plan of this book.
- 1.9 Our mission.- 2 A Brief Tour.
- 2.1 The population of India.
- 2.2 The secret is good guessing.
- 2.3 Backtracking.
- 2.4 What is unique to the WWW.
- 2.5 How can I use it if I don't know what's there.
- 2.6 Chaos reigns in the Internet jungle.- 3 WWW Basics.
- 3.1 The Internet at level.
- 3.2 Enter hypertext: the WWW.
- 3.3 WWW modes: http, gopher, ftp, wais, telnet.
- 3.4 URLs: addresses on the WWW.
- 3.5 File types on the WWW.
- 3.6 Multimedia displayers.
- 3.7 The difference between HTML and http.- 4 Hypertext.
- 4.1 What is hypertext.
- 4.2 Your first jump.
- 4.3 A file is one long page.
- 4.4 Hot text and jumps.
- 4.5 HTML format and anchors.
- 4.6 Inline graphics, cold.
- 4.7 Inline graphics, hot.
- 4.8 Inline hypergraphics (maps, imagemaps).
- 4.9 Side-window jumps.
- 4.10 Hotlists and bookmarks.
- 4.11 Forms.- 5 Hypermedia.
- 5.1 Traffic.
- 5.2 Speed limits.
- 5.3 The future of the Internet.
- 5.4 Graphics formats and displayers.
- 5.5 Sound formats and players.
- 5.6 Movie formats and players.
- 5.7 Other file types.- 2 Empowerment for the World-Wide Web.- 6 Internet Access Providers.
- 6.1 The real obstacle.
- 6.2 What is the difference between SLIP and PPP.
- 6.3 Alternatives to SLIP or PPP.
- 6.4 List of Internet Access Providers by state.- 7 How To Get Connected.
- 7.1 Level
1: No WWWay.
- 7.2 Level 0: ASCII and you shall receive.
- 7.3 Level 1: have modem will travel.
- 7.4 Level
2: SLIP me up Scotty (Windows).
- 7.5 Level 2: SLIP me up Scotty (Macintosh).
- 7.6 Level
3: Jacked in and ready for action.
- 7.7 Level
4: Totally WWWebbed.- 8 Macintosh Bootstrap.
- 8.1 From level 2 to level.
- 8.2 From level 1 to level.
- 8.3 Configuring MacTCP and InterSLIP.
- 8.4 Internet addresses.
- 8.5 What is a network gateway.
- 8.6 Activating an InterSLIP connection.
- 8.7 Using PPP instead of SLIP.
- 8.8 Insisting on software, support, and access.
- 8.9 Creating an InterSLIP gateway script.- 9 Windows Bootstrap (Commercial).
- 9.1 Internet in a Box, aka the Air Series.
- 9.2 Chameleon.
- 9.3 TCP/Connect II.
- 9.4 Buckle down WinSocky.
- 9.5 The future of Windows networking.- 10 Windows Bootstrap (Shareware).
- 10.2 Installing Trumpet WinSock.
- 10.3 Adding a new Windows workgroup.
- 10.4 Sample Trumpet WinSock connection script.
- 10.5 Configuring TCP-Man.
- 10.6 Configuring Netscape.
- 10.7 32-bit computing with Windows.
- 10.8 Can you see through Windoze.- 3 Beginning UNIX.- 11 UNIX Basics.
- 11.1 What is UNIX.
- 11.2 Advantages of UNIX.
- 11.3 Disadvantages of UNIX.
- 11.4 Logging in.
- 11.5 Documentation conventions.
- 11.6 Simple commands.
- 11.7 The UNIX tool box.
- 11.8 The online manual.- 12 Files and Directories.
- 12.1 The UNIX file system.
- 12.2 The file hierarchy.
- 12.3 Filenaming conventions.
- 12.4 Copy and move commands.
- 12.5 Permissions.
- 12.6 The chmod command.- 13 E-Mail.
- 13.1 The UNIX mail program.
- 13.2 Introduction to e-mail addresses.
- 13.3 Receiving e-mail.
- 13.4 The biff program.
- 13.5 Sending e-mail.
- 13.6 World-wide computer networks.
- 13.7 E-mail replies to messages.- 14 Shared Data: Internetworking.
- 14.1 Transferring files between machines.
- 14.2 Multi-file transfers using UNIX.
- 14.3 ftp, file transfer program.
- 14.4 Anonymous ftp.
- 14.5 File archiving.- 15 The UNIX Shell.
- 15.1 Introduction to the C-Shell.
- 15.2 Filename expansion.
- 15.3 Aliases.- 16 Conclusion.- Appendices.- 1 WWW Glossary.- 2 Webography.- 3 Bibliography.

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