At least 500,000 people now use Mosaic to view graphics, video, and even read a little text on the Internet. This book is indeed a quick examination of Mosaic, with lots of pointers to home pages and an introduction to home-page construction. Branwyn devotes very little time to installing Mosaic, taking you quickly through the ways to customize Mosaic and manipulate its menus. Then it's off to a lot of home pages for a tour of WebSpace. Too little information is provided about HyperText Markup Language and creating your own home pages. In addition, there's not much about Web worms, robots, and other finding tools, and information about some of the Web servers, such as Britannica Online, is slightly off. Still, if you're just starting to use Mosaic, you'll find this useful.