It's Never Too Late to Love a Computer: The Fearless Guide for Seniors

It's Never Too Late to Love a Computer: The Fearless Guide for Seniors

by Abby Stokes, Jeff Seaver, Jeff Seaver
     
 


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E-mail and receive pictures of the kids and grandkids

Shop without having to park it's fast, easy and secure

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Find medical information

Plus: recipes, up-to-the minute headlines, stock quotes, sports scores, weather reports and more

Everything you need to know to plug in, boot up and get online

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For Late Bloomers, Older Newbies & Technophobes

Stay in closer touch with your family. Keep track of investments. Look up old friends, do your holiday shopping in the middle of a snowstorm, book a weekend in Bermuda. Now it's your turn.

Reassuringly written for the reader who did not grow up with personal computers of use one in the office, It's Never Too Late to Love a Computer is everything you need to get wired. It introduces you to hardware and software, helps you choose the right computer and set it up in a safe and productive work area in your home. You'll get comfortable with the keyboard and mouse, select an online service and, before you know it, you'll be surfing the web. After that, just follow your imagination.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780761114819
Publisher:
Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
02/20/2000
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
7.08(w) x 8.94(h) x 0.63(d)

Meet the Author


Abby Stokes has taken on the role of the Johnny Appleseed of technology, crisscrossing the country to help “digital immigrants” conquer their fear. She has visited more than 20 states, 120 public libraries, and 100 senior centers/computer clubs, and has hosted webinars across the country. She has taught courses at both Cooper Union and NYU’s School of Lifelong Learning, and has also taught private and corporate clients. Ms. Stokes divides her time between New York City and Niantic, Connecticut.

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