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Voices from the Net
Clay Shirky

Ziff-Davis Press, 1995

Voices From the Net looks at the Internet as a developing community, with a culture all its own. Clay Shirky listens to the diverse and plentiful identities that this cyberspace community has created and brings them together in this one-of-a-kind book, giving readers a brief history of the Net.
  
  











  



  
PC Learning Labs Teaches Excel 5: 0 for Windows
Logical Operations, Pc Learning Labs

Ziff-Davis Press, 1994

This classroom-tested book/disk learning system provides a fast introduction to this powerful Windows-based graphical spreadsheet program. The uniquely integrated book/disk package combines an easy-to-follow tutorial with carefully constructed examples on disk. The PC Learning Labs series teaches skills that can be applied directly to vital workplace tasks.
  
  











  



  
Database Backed Web Sites: The Thinking Person's Guide to Web Publishing
Philip Greenspun

Ziff-Davis Press, 1997

From the creator of Travels With Samantha and The Bill Gates Wealth Clock! comes this title that Internet geeks will know well. At once a book on how to do sites the Greenspun way, and an intermediate/high end tutorial, this book shows how to implement a Relational Database backed Web site.
  
  











  



  
How Desktop Publishing Works
Pamela Pfiffner, Bruce Fraser

Ziff-Davis Press, 1994

Offers a visual guide to desktop publishing tools and procedures, without becoming bogged down in how to design newsletters or use specific software. Original. (Beginner).
  
  











  



  
The Mac Almanac
Sharon Zardetto Aker

Ziff-Davis Press, 1994

Written in the same conversational tone that made The Macintosh Bible such a success, this book takes the concept of the ultimate reference book one step further. With completely updated information, more graphics, and dramatically improved internal design, this book is destined to become the premiere general reference book for today's Mac enthusiasts.
  
  











  



  
How Weather Works (How It Works (Ziff-Davis/Que))
Rob DeMillo

Ziff-Davis Press, 1994

Addresses the mystery of our day-to-day climate observations using nontechnical language and informative full-color illustrations. Paper.
  
  











  



  
Acrobat 2.1: Your Personal Consultant
Roy Christmann

Ziff-Davis Press, 1995

A guide to using and developing applications with Adobe Acrobat, the first half of this book is a tutorial on using the Acrobat tools. The second half describes how to use Acrobat in real applications, including the Internet and CD-ROM publishing. This section also covers material available in the Acrobat Software Developer's Kit.
  
  











  



  
Pcweek Switched & Fast Ethernet
Robert A. Breyer

Ziff-Davis Press, 1996

Computers and networking are becomming increasingly more pervasive. Ethernet has emerged as the technology standard for networking hardware. Here, case studies provide real-world examples of how networking professionals can effectively use Switched and Fast Ethernet to radically improve the performance of an existing network.
  
  











  



  
PC Magazine Guide to Connectivity
Frank J., Jr. Derfler

Ziff-Davis Press, 1995

Offering the latest product information to users of little or no experience, this reference provides lab-tested product comparisons, practical advice, and the latest in network utilities, considering features, price, compatibility, and other issues. Original. (Beginner)
  
  











  



  
PC Week Intranet & Internet Firewalls Strategies
Edward G. Amoroso, Ronald Sharp

Ziff-Davis Press, 1996

This complete guide shows why you need firewalls and how they work. Master the essential basics of firewalls: configurations, protocol issues, administration and more. By identifying the real threats to your network, you can establish packet filters or application-level gateways before security is breached.
  
  











  



  
How Music Computers Work (How It Works (Ziff-Davis/Que))
Erik Holsinger, Holsinger

Ziff-Davis Press, 1994

Computers and music are on a collision course that is bringing us an entirely new sound for the turn of the century. How does it all work? Multimedia expert, Erik Holsinger, answers this and many other questions in this completely illustrated, comprehensive overview of music and computers and how they work together. CD-ROM includes both music and an interactive graphical interface.
  
  











  



  
How the World Wide Web Works (How It Works (Ziff-Davis/Que))
Chris Shipley

Ziff-Davis Press, 1996

Following in the footsteps of the successful How the Internet Works, this title brings lavish full-color illustrations and the bestselling how-it-works format to the subject of the World Wide Web. Shipley caters to the millions of Web surfers out there, as well as would-be net surfers.
  
  











  



  
How to Program Delphi 3 [With CDROM]
Frank Engo

Ziff-Davis Press, 1997

Aimed at users who have some familiarity with programming concepts and teaching about optimizing Delphi's native code compiler to take advantage of direct connect with a Web server. The book also contains 70 reusable procedures and functions written for Delphi developers.
  
  











  



  
Internet by E-mail
Clay Shirky

Ziff-Davis Press, 1994

A tremendous way for the millions who would like to tap the resources of the Internet, but can't access it in their areas, can't afford it, or simply don't want to learn complicated protocols, this book shows how E-Mail users of MCI Mail, Prodigy, CompuServe, America OnLine, college or business E-Mail accounts, and other similar services can tap the vast resources of the Internet.
  
  











  



  
How to Use Internet Explorer 3.0 (How It Works (Ziff-Davis/Que))
Sherry G. Hubert, Rich Schwerin, ...

Ziff-Davis Press, 1996

Full-color illustrations and step-by-step instructions lead the user to greater productivity in a short amount of time. Each "spread" in this how-to-use book is dedicated to a task so that the reader can accomplish a lot without having to read through a great amount of text.
  
  











  



  
Interactive Media
Brian Bulm

Ziff-Davis Press, 1995

Now that you have your multimedia equipment, what do you do? By mapping out the design process from start to finish, this book answers that question and others. By leading the developer through guidelines and checklists, with dozens of realistic examples, author Blum gives the reader the foundation needed to embark on a successful multimedia development project.
  
  











  



  
How Computer Graphics Work
Jeff Prosise

Ziff-Davis Press, 1994

An illustrated guide to the magic of computer graphics, this book explains everything from how familiar devices such as flight simulators, CAD systems, medical imaging machines and video games work, to how image processing, 3D photorealistic imaging, and special effects work. Bestselling author Jeff Prosise also discusses many of the algorithms used in today's computer graphics programs.
  
  











  



  
How to Program HTML Frames: Interface Design and JavaScript
Jason Cranford Teague

Ziff-Davis Press, 1997

Focuses on the design issues of using Frames, guiding readers through the programming tasks necessary to implement a good frame set, and the companion CD contains source code, templates, and design tools. Original. (Intermediate).
  
  











  



  
How to Use Prodigy (How It Works (Ziff-Davis/Que))
Douglas A. Hergert

Ziff-Davis Press, 1994

Organized into everyday, common-sense topics with step-by-step illustrations on every page, this book shows Prodigy users how to connect to the service and set up memberships for each person in the family, explaining how they can turn immediately to the topics--news, weather, shopping information, etc.--that interests them the most.
  
  











  



  
How to Use HTML 3.2 (How it works)
Scott Arpajian, Robert Mullen

Ziff-Davis Press, 1996

The "how to use" graphical, step-by-step format in this book presents HTML coding to new and beginning web page developers. How to Use HTML 3.2 addresses users who are going to an intermediate level, teaching them how to do things like tables, add images and figures, create forms, and includes an introduction to frames, style sheets, and embedding ActiveX controls and Java applets.
  
  











  








   



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