Where can you exchange a herbal folk remedy, argue over the best album cover of all time, or ruminate about the mysticism of ancient Celtic culture? Where can you find out how to take the inner door panels of an XJ-6 Jaguar, debate which television show ranks as the greatest cult program ever, or converse with a soulmate who shares an affinity for trashy novels? On the Internet, of course. Thougli much has been writttcn about this rogue network of networks, Mondo Internet goes where no book has gone before. An underground newspaper of sorts, it tells readers how to instantly tap into the, rich, eclectic sub-culture of this electronic wellspring. As author Steve Rimmer puts it, it touches on the Net's libraries and museums, but really focuses more on its nightclubs, curiosity shops, and pubs. After providing all ovcrview with information on how the Net is structured and how to interact with it, Rimmer discusses irreverent or unusual topics such as: Raising exotic pets Cybe,rsex and dating online Underground netzines and cyberpunks Music. video and film, food and drink New Age Using an abundance of graphics and bits of highlighted information interspersed throughout, the text, Rimmor provides a gentle, highly readable introduction for new internet users. Experienced users will learn how to locate the myriad topics of the Net's fringe clement without having to spend time and , therefore, money browsing for things that interest them.
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Book Description Windcrest, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0070530149
Book Description Windcrest, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070530149