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Zen and the Art of the Internet

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Zen and the Art of the Internet
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ISBN/ASIN: 0134529146
Number of pages: 86

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The legendary best-selling Internet introduction, a convenient package that's just as friendly and easy-to-read as ever, is now fully-updated with coverage of the World Wide Web and much more. For years, Internet experts have referred newcomers to this book as the single best way to get started on the Internet. It's one of the few computer books that can truly be called a classic.

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