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The Totally Wired Web Toolkit Nathan J. Muller

The Totally Wired Web Toolkit

Nathan J. Muller

Published February 1st 1997
ISBN : 9780070444348
Paperback
313 pages
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Leverage your Internet connection and send faxes, make and receive telephone calls, and listen to radio broadcasts worldwide -- all for no additional fees Thats an enticing promise indeed for the millions of Internet users eager to get the mostMoreLeverage your Internet connection and send faxes, make and receive telephone calls, and listen to radio broadcasts worldwide -- all for no additional fees Thats an enticing promise indeed for the millions of Internet users eager to get the most value from their time spent online. This book shows them how to make it happen, without paying an extra penny beyond their basic, monthly rate.The Totally Wired Web Toolkit provides all the information and software tools needed to handle a dizzying array of communications tasks while linked to the Net. Without jargon, it clearly explains whats required in terms of software and hardware. Designed to appeal to individual at-home users and businesspeople alike, this book demands no familiarity with programming, system architecture, or other arcane areas. Its for the legions of PC and Mac owners who simply wish to dial into their Internet service and take advantage of all the handy, cost-saving things that the Net now makes possible:-- Text chatting-- Telephone calling-- Audio and video conferencing-- E-mail, voice mail, and video mail-- Faxing-- Paging-- Radio broadcasting-- Collaborative computing-- Multimedia publishing-- New voice and video features for advanced users with Web pagesThe Totally Wired Web Toolkit includes access to the books exclusive Web site, where hypertext links guide readers to downloadable software that lets them take part in the Internet revolution. The site also provides tips and tricks for really maximizing Internet connections and alerts users to hot new software as it becomes available -- ensuring that this toolkit will virtually never go out of date