According to author Ken Leebow the Internet should be fun, but for many it is a frustrating place that often disappoints them. This guide to the Internet offers useful tips on making the whole thing work faster and in a more satisfying manner.
Using the Internet should be fun, not frustrating. With over 168 million Americans going online, millions of Web sites have sprung up on a mind-numbing amount of topics. Weeding through them all can be a time-consuming hassle. With 1001 INCREDIBLE THINGS TO DO ON THE INTERNET, beginners and experienced users alike can learn to “surf without the search” and bypass those search engines that take forever to download and too often don’t provide the right information anyway. In this complete compendium, conveniently organized from A to Z, author Ken Leebow lists the very best sites on everything from car shopping to personal credit ratings to playing games with people online. If there’s an important site on a particular subject, readers can be sure that Ken Leebow has included it here.
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