Que's Official Internet Yellow Pages, 2005 Edition

Que's Official Internet Yellow Pages, 2005 Edition

by Joe Kraynak
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Que's Official Internet Yellow Pages, 2005 Edition by Joe Kraynak

When you have to make a phone call and you don't know the telephone number, what do you pull out? The yellow pages. When you have to look up something on the Internet and you don't know the Website address, what should you pull out? Que's Official Internet Yellow Pages, 2005 Edition. The only Internet directory to incorporate a rating system into its listing, it provides specific traits and features for each website listed. Informational blurbs with each link describe exactly what you'll find and a foreword entitled "The Secrets to Successful Searching" provides you with background information, tips and techniques on safe searching for children and effective searching techniques. This is the ultimate guide for finding out whats what on the Internet.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780789732521
Publisher: Que
Publication date: 08/31/2004
Pages: 1130
Product dimensions: 7.94(w) x 10.00(h) x 2.14(d)

About the Author

Joe Kraynak has taught hundreds of thousands of novice computer users how to master their computers and their software. His long list of computer books includes Easy Internet, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Computer Basics, Using and Upgrading PCs and Absolute Beginner's Guide to Excel 2003. Joe's wide range of computer and training experience have helped him develop a strong commitment to making computers, software and the Internet more easily accessible to users of all levels of experience.

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Que's Official Internet Yellow Pages, 2005 Edition 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is something reassuringly soothing about this book. While its subject is commercial websites, the layout of the book adheres to the decades-old telephone Yellow Pages. The ordering is alphabetic by subject, and within each subject, alphabetic by company. And there is aparagraph on each company, supplied by it. The book might be aimed at an older audience, that did not grow up with the Web. A question I have concerns the use of Yellow Pages. In the early 90s, Sun has a software product for its networked computers, called Yellow Pages. Quite successful. Then British Telecom pointed out that they owned the trademark. So Sun changed the product name. Yet in this book, there seems to be no acknowledgment of Yellow Pages as a trademark.