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"This book succeeds in keeping up with the ever-changing Internet as few others do. The frequent updates enhance its usefulness to anyone who relies on the Net for information. It is visually appealing and explains in simple terms what's out there and how to get it. I have used The Internet Handbook as a classroom text for university journalism courses since the original edition, and will continue to do so. It is also never far from my own computer whenever I'm online."--Dan Pottier, BJ, MA, School of Journalism, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
"This book offers an outstanding list of Web sites for journalists, plus effective advice on how to use them. Student journalists, or even pros looking to improve their reporting skills, will write better-informed stories by following these authors' advice. The authors recognize that the Internet offers more than just the Web, and they offer sound tips for using e-mail and other online resources to help journalists improve the quality of their reporting."--Robert Niles, online reporter and editor; Editor, ThemeParkInsider.com; 2001 Online Journalism Award Winner