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The Internet dictionary / [electronic resource] Christian Crumlish.

By: Crumlish, Christian.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: San Francisco : Sybex, c1995Description: x, 226 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0782116752 (pbk.); 9780782116755 (pbk.).Subject(s): Internet -- Dictionaries | Computer networks -- DictionariesDDC classification: 004.6/7 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library Review: "Welcome to the world of shareware, flame wars, links, crackers, and 'bots - a world where you'll need a dictionary just to sort out the FAQs!" "The Internet Dictionary is an indispensable guide to the slang, jargon, acronyms, and technical terms you'll encounter as an Internet user. This concise, plain-English resource is both a vital learn-as-you-go reference and a fascinating place to browse." "Demystify networking terminology; decode acronyms for services, organizations, standards, programs, and files; learn hacker jargon and converse with other Internet insiders; and identify and beware of trolling, mailbombs, and other cyberspace tricks and traps." "You'll find over 2400 easy-to-use, cross-referenced entries, with simple definitions, helpful examples, and plenty of illustrations. From "acceptable use" to "Zterm," from "archie" to the "World Wide Web," The Internet Dictionary covers all you need to feel comfortable speaking like a cybernaut."--BOOK JACKET.
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"Welcome to the world of shareware, flame wars, links, crackers, and 'bots - a world where you'll need a dictionary just to sort out the FAQs!" "The Internet Dictionary is an indispensable guide to the slang, jargon, acronyms, and technical terms you'll encounter as an Internet user. This concise, plain-English resource is both a vital learn-as-you-go reference and a fascinating place to browse." "Demystify networking terminology; decode acronyms for services, organizations, standards, programs, and files; learn hacker jargon and converse with other Internet insiders; and identify and beware of trolling, mailbombs, and other cyberspace tricks and traps." "You'll find over 2400 easy-to-use, cross-referenced entries, with simple definitions, helpful examples, and plenty of illustrations. From "acceptable use" to "Zterm," from "archie" to the "World Wide Web," The Internet Dictionary covers all you need to feel comfortable speaking like a cybernaut."--BOOK JACKET.

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