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Social Networking
Provides information on using the social networking site Twitter, covering such topics as setting up an account, building an audience, Twitter etiquette, and using Twitter on a browser, desktop, and phone.
A guide to audio and video podcasting covers such topics as developing a podcast, podcasting equipment and tools, recording a podcast, encoding software, the video and audio editing process, getting listed in podcast directories, the podcast community, and making money with podcasting.
Computer Security
The luminaries and pioneers of network security take readers beyond the headlines, hype, and hearsay to provide insight into why new measures are being undertaken and how they work.
An expert in information security shows how to keep home and small business networks, and data, safe from thieves and glitches.
Office 2003
In this beginning course, learn about starting word, creating documents, shortcuts, essential skills, formatting text, proofreading and printing documents. Also learn about opening and editing an exisitng document, using symbols and more.
In this beginning course, learn how to start Access, open an existing database, view and navigate table data, add records to a table, find and replace, modify the appearance of a datasheet, use AutoFormat and much more.
Office 2007
Provides a step-by-step tutorial of the word processing program Microsoft Word 2007.
Provides a step-by-step tutorial of the spreadsheet program Microsoft Excel 2007.
For individuals and companies interested in buying, reselling and using computer hardware, software and peripherals. Articles offer information on popular models of computers, software, new products, club news, network news and magazine reviews.
The plain-speaking guide to computers for people who don't want to get a science degree to use computers at home for work or play.
Learn the Net is a privately-held company based in San Francisco, California. The company focuses on delivering high quality educational products and services in print, CD-ROM and to the desktop, via the Internet and intranets. is a webmaster help site featuring standards-based HTML tutorials, CSS tutorials and other web design help including articles and tutorials about search engine optimization and web design in general.
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