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This range of little books from Dorling Kindersley is intended for people who have literally no idea of how to use specific programs and find the instructions useless.
While Australia adopts e-business with all the poise of journalists hearing the words "free beer", there is no question that most companies are still coming to terms with all the implications of new technology. Email for Business starts poorly, with ...
As the title suggests, RedHat Linux For Dummies is a beginner's guide that is ideal for people wanting to use Linux for the first time, and it comes with RedHat Linux 6.1. The book comprehensively covers the installation process, including the dos an...
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EverQuest: Ruins of Kunark
There is a worldwide dearth of IT skills and if online training can address some of this skills deficit, then online or e-learning will continue to grow.
Hacking Exposed is a security handbook that shows how attacks are mounted on a network, and ways of defeating them.
Like many books dealing with the Internet, Making Money Online omits key information and is full of irrelevant fluff.
There has been a rush recently of MP3 books onto the market, and most are simply not worth the time. I want my MP3 is typical. From the outset, the author never really establishes that he fully understands MP3s.
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