The sheer volume of information available on the Internet is both incredible and intimidating. The author shows how to find what you want in the vastness of cyberspace. Now extensively revised to reflect the dramatic growth of the Internet, this edition explores the new generation of graphically-based search tools designed for the World Wide Web and the Internet. It also features updated coverage of traditional UNIX search tools. You'll not only find out how each tool works but learn research strategies to make each search as valuable as possible.Organizing a Bookmark List If you go back to Figure 2.33 again, youa#39;ll see that my bookmark list is actually a series of topics. These range from ... Rather than inserting the complete URL statement into Netscape, I click and go to the site. How did I organize my bookmark list this way? Take a look at ... You do this by creating headers for the broad categories of information you want to collect. You then insertanbsp;...
|Title||:||Finding It On the Internet|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1996-01-31|