Internet Help Guides

  1. BetterWhois.com – enables users to do a ‘universal search’ for a name, retrieving data from whichever registrar registered that name.
  2. BrowserWatch – Update your browser
  3. Cheltenham Computer Training – Download and preview complete PC training courses for FREE
  4. Cookie Central – Site provides information on Internet ‘Cookies.’ If you don’t know what cookies are this is the place to start.
  5. Explore the Net – introductory information on and links to Usenet, FTP, Gophers, Email, Listservs, IRC, WAIS, the Web, HTML, Search Engines, FAQs and more.
  6. Find Tutorials – A Web index and search engine dedicated to bringing you the best of the Web’s tutorials and online courses.
  7. Free Online Courses and Tutorials – Thousands of links to free online courses, tutorials, tips, tests, and exams.
  8. Glossary of Internet Terms
  9. How to Shop for an Internet Service Provider
  10. Internet Beginner’s Guides: Online Courses – Courtesy of Yahoo
  11. Internet Web Text
  12. JavaScript Source – “An excellent cut & paste JavaScript library.”
  13. Learn The Net
  14. ModemHelp – site is designed to help you find answers to your modem questions.
  15. Net Lingo
  16. Newbie.NET
  17. Snowhawk’s Gateway for Beginners
  18. Tutorials
  19. Usenet Info Center Launch Pad – “Help with Usenet”
  20. WebNovice
  21. WebReference.com
  22. Webguardian
  23. Whatis.com – Hyper-linked definitions of more than 1,000 Internet and computer related terms
  24. Who Is – InterNIC – The InterNIC’s Whois service provides a way of finding e-mail addresses, postal addresses and telephone numbers of those who have registered “objects” with the InterNIC. Using Whois, you can also determine whether the domain name you desire is already in use; you can learn who administers a particular site; and you can view a list of a site’s name servers.
  25. World Wide Web Home – where it all started…
  26. Zen and the Art of the Net – Full text of this classic book about the Internet and how to negotiate, navigate, and live to tell about it. A must read for all Net ‘newbies.’

 

 

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