*The inside scoop on broadband connections
*The bottom line on browsers
*The last word on Internet searches
*Indispensable e-mail tips, including how to filter out spam
*Intriguing news about Usenet newsgroups
*The ins and outs of Web site design
*Little-known facts about HTML, XML, and scripting
*Hidden details no one else tells you about e-commerce
*Invaluable information on running an intranet or ISP
*Insider advice to help you go global
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About the Author
About the Author John R. Levine has written or cowritten a dozen computer books, including several bestselling Internet titles. A former software developer, John lectures frequently on the Internet and moderates a newsgroup. He is also a board member of the Coalition Against Unsolicited E-mail, a user advocacy group, and runs the Network Abuse Clearinghouse, which helps users deal with abusive online behavior.
Table of ContentsPreface.
PART I: Getting to Know the Internet.
Chapter 1: How Does the Internet Work?
Chapter 2: Who's Paying for the Bandwidth?
Chapter 3: Internet Standards.
Chapter 4: The DNS Wars.
Chapter 5: How the Domain Name System Works.
Chapter 6: Whither the Internet.
Chapter 7: Internet Culture and Folklore.
PART II: Internet Power.
Chapter 8: Connecting to the Internet.
Chapter 9: Scenes from the Browser Wars.
Chapter 10: Using FTP.
PART III: E-mail Power.
Chapter 11: How Does E-mail Work?
Chapter 12: E-mail Filtering with Procmail.
Chapter 13: Running a Mailing List.
Chapter 14: All About Spam.
Chapter 15: How Does Usenet Work?
Chapter 16: Power Usenet for UNIX and Linux.
Chapter 17: Internet Telephony.
PART IV: A Crash Course in Web Site Design.
Chapter 18: Cool Web Design Principles.
Chapter 19: A Quick Course in HTML.
Chapter 20: Extensions to HTML.
Chapter 21: Just Enough XML for the Web.
Chapter 22: Programming and Scripting.
PART V: Creating a Presence on the Internet.
Chapter 23: What Is E-Business.
Chapter 24: Promoting and Advertising Your Web Site.
Chapter 25: Push Technology.
Chapter 26: Analyzing Traffic on Your Web Site.
Chapter 27: How to Set Up a Business on the Web.
Chapter 28: Web Storefronts.
Chapter 29: Electronic Commerce.
PART VI: Really Secret Stuff.
Chapter 30: Intranets and Extranets.
Chapter 31: Becoming an ISP.
Chapter 32: Internationalization.
Chapter 33: Internet Legal Issues.
Chapter 34: Securing Your WebServer with a Firewall.
Chapter 35: Protecting Your Web Server.
Chapter 36: Cryptography and Encryption Techniques.
Chapter 37: Picking a Strong Passphrase Using Diceware.
Chapter 38: CipherSaber: Strong Cryptography You Can Write Yourself.
Chapter 39: Pretty Good Privacy.
PART VII: Online Communication.
Chapter 40: Online Chatting.
Chapter 41: Power IRC.
Chapter 42: MUDs, Avatars, and Other Fun Stuff.
Chapter 43: Internet Gaming.
Chapter 44: Internet Access for People with Disabilities.
Appendix A: About the CD-ROM.
Appendix B: The Diceware Word List.
Appendix C: National Domains and Registrars.
End-User License Agreement.
CD-ROM Installation Instructions.