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Titulos:
The online user's encyclopedia : bulletin boards and beyond / Bernard Aboba.
ISBN:
0201622149 :
Lugar de Edición:
Reading, Mass. :
Editor:
Addison-Wesley,
Fecha de Edición:
c1993.
Notas Formateada:
Introduction to communications -- Provisions for the online expedition -- Tower of telecombabble -- Safe hex -- Using bulletin boards -- Civic and community networking -- Introduction to global networks -- Introduction to the internet -- Access to the internet -- Approaching the internet -- Internet service providers -- Privacy and security on the internet -- Electronic mail -- Software -- Finding people -- Mail addressing and debugging -- Mailing lists and mail servers -- File transfer -- What is FTP -- FSP -- Finding files with Archie -- Online libraries -- USENET -- Real-time conversation -- What is talk -- Internet relay chat -- Playing in the MUDs -- Information servers -- Z39.50 and WAIS -- Gopher -- World wide web -- TCP/IP -- Introduction to TCP/IP -- TCP/IP for the PC -- TCP/IP on the Macintosh -- Bulletin boards and the internet -- Store and forward network guide -- Unix to unix copy -- Introduction to BITNET -- Introduction to FidoNet -- Introduction to EchoMac -- Point software -- From FidoNet to UUCP and back -- PCBoard networks -- PCRelay and postlink -- ILink.; (cont) Using message readers -- How to save money on your phone bill -- File transfer between Macs, PCs and UNIX -- File conversion -- Compression primer -- Emoticons and other jargon -- Guide to K12Net -- Home control -- Free as air, free as water, free as knowledge -- Thoughts on the great voyage -- Politics of the electronic communications privacy act -- Free-netting: the development of free, public-access, community computer systems -- How the National Public Telecomputing Network came to be -- How the internet came to be -- How FidoNet came to be -- Story of UFGATE -- How QMAIL came to be -- How PCRelay and postlink came to be -- How FrEdMail came to be -- History of the EchoMac network -- Telecommunications bibliography -- Choice products -- Online resources -- Cable compendium -- Network application forms -- UNIX tips and tricks -- Graphical BBSes -- Network BBSes -- FidoNet organization and coordinators.
Palabras clave:
Computer bulletin boards; Internet; Wide area networks (Computer networks)

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0 ^a(cont) Using message readers -- How to save money on your phone bill -- File transfer between Macs, PCs and UNIX -- File conversion -- Compression primer -- Emoticons and other jargon -- Guide to K12Net -- Home control -- Free as air, free as water, free as knowledge -- Thoughts on the great voyage -- Politics of the electronic communications privacy act -- Free-netting: the development of free, public-access, community computer systems -- How the National Public Telecomputing Network came to be -- How the internet came to be -- How FidoNet came to be -- Story of UFGATE -- How QMAIL came to be -- How PCRelay and postlink came to be -- How FrEdMail came to be -- History of the EchoMac network -- Telecommunications bibliography -- Choice products -- Online resources -- Cable compendium -- Network application forms -- UNIX tips and tricks -- Graphical BBSes -- Network BBSes -- FidoNet organization and coordinators.
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Proveniencia:
^aUniversidad de San Andrés - Biblioteca Max Von Buch
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Institucion:
Universidad de San Andrés
Dependencia:
Biblioteca Max Von Buch

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