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NetWorld!: What People are Really Doing on the Internet

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NetWorld!: What People are Really Doing on the Internet
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Publisher: Prima Communications
ISBN/ASIN: 0761500138
ISBN-13: 9780761500131
Number of pages: 352

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The Net is revolutionizing the way millions of people work, learn, fall in love, create art, do business, share news, make friends, and entertain themselves. David H. Rothman explores this new electronic meeting place, as well as the controversy that threatens it.

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