Stories by Amanda Conroy

Weaving the Web

It is hard to believe that it's 10 years since the Web was created, and during this decade it's expanded to encompass a global flow of information. Many of us take advantage of this technology, and some of us have yet to encounter it. It is amazing t...

The Whole Internet: The Next Generation

Designed as a guide for those who don't have time to waste online finding what they want, the book covers everything from e-mail, privacy and security, to online games, connection strategies and search tools.

The Learning Highway

At first glance, this book looks like it should be incorporated into a school curriculum, and perhaps it should be, as it offers guided learning, not only in a classroom environment but also in a self-guided learning approach.

E-commerce solutions?

Many small and medium businesses today are afraid that they've missed the chance to jump on the e-commerce bandwagon. Don't worry, it's not too late - and if you want to stay competitive, it's vital.

Don't Just Surf

When you first dive into the Internet you can become overwhelmed by the sheer mass of information it contains - often more than you imagined. Trying to navigate a path to what you want can mean investing some serious hours online. Don't Just Surf is ...

Cyberflirt

It is amazing the number of people I meet who are addicted to chatting online. From the occasional ICQ sender, to user groups and all the flavours in between, more and more people are spanning the great divide and building friendships and sometimes l...

revamp to online job hunting

Fairfax's online employment classified services have undergone some radical changes in the last few months, culminating in the launch of the My Career site.

HP launches online store

Hewlett-Packard has expanded its online services with the launch today of @ hp online -- its online store for the Australian market. The site allows customers to purchase computer equipment online with a range of products from printers to handheld P...

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