"PC Magazine" Best of the Internet

"PC Magazine" Best of the Internet

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With millions of Web sites out there, how do you find the good ones? Ask your friends at "PC Magazine"! Forget those laundry-list catalogs that give you hundreds of URLs and nothing more! Don Willmott, "PC Magazine" contributing editor, has personally checked out thousands of sites and provided thoughtful summaries of about one thousand that are worth your time. He even sorted the sites into logical categories so you can find what interests you, then selected the best of the best in every one. And just in case that's not enough, he crammed each chapter with great tips, useful downloads, and stuff that's just plain fun. A few of the categories you'll find in this work include: special search engines; gadget resources and tips; techie sites; film reviews; fun with fast access; current events; weblogs; fantasy sports leagues; home improvement; kid-safe sites and resources; alternative health; small business resources; executive recruiting; adventure travel; and, national security.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 456 pages
  • 195.58 x 236.22 x 25.4mm | 657.71g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764544748
  • 9780764544743

Table of contents

Preface.Acknowledgments.Chapter 1: Portals and Starting Points.Chapter 2: Searching and Reference.Chapter 3: Communicating.Chapter 4: Computing.Chapter 5: Entertainment.Chapter 6: News and Current Events.Chapter 7: Sports.Chapter 8: Pastimes and Hobbies.Chapter 9: Kids and Family.Chapter 10: Education.Chapter 11: Health.Chapter 12: Lifestyles.Chapter 13: Religion.Chapter 14: Finance/Investing.Chapter 15: Careers.Chapter 16: Shopping.Chapter 17: Travel.Chapter 18: Government.Chapter 19: The Weird, Wacky, and Wonderful Web.Index.
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About Don Willmott

Don Willmott is a contributing editor to PC Magazine and the genius who compiles the popular Backspace humor page. For four years he managed the magazine's Web site, penned a weekly online column about the digital lifestyle, and wrote the quarterly Top 100 Web Sites feature. Don has discussed Internet topics on ABC News, CBS News, CNN, NPR, and others.
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