About cybergrrl! A Woman’s guide to the World Wide Web
You’re here! That means you’ve at least started to discover life online. But if you still are in the dark about a lot of what’s going on here . . . or you know someone who still thinks the Internet and the World Wide Web are too hard, too expensive, and too dangerous then Aliza Sherman (aka Cybergrrl) can help. In language free of technical jargon, she answers your most perplexing questions. From simple concepts to complicated functions, this unique book tells you exactly how to go online without hassle or confusion. Inside you’ll discover:
…The difference between the Web and the Internet …Easy ways to get online that dont cost a fortune …Real stories of how the Internet has changed women’s lives …Great career and business opportunities available on the Net …Valuable resources online about health, family, and home …The proper way to chat online and what posting means …The truth about online stalking, harassment, and pornography …And much more!
Open up your mind to the possibilities that going online can bring to you at your job, your home, and in your everyday life. Let the Cybergrrl show you how easy it is to get online and how to get the most out of being there!
About Aliza Sherman
Aliza Sherman was selected by Newsweek as one of the “50 People Who Matter Most on the Internet.”
The normal way to acquire a book in publishing is to be submitted a proposal by an agent, fall in love with it and buy it before anyone else can steal it away from you. The not-so-normal (yet increasingly popular) way is to read about someone who is doing something so interesting you just have find them and insist they do a book. The publisher of Ballantine sent me a Wall Street Journal clipping all about Aliza Sherman and her trail-blazing web company, Cybergrrl, with a note attached: "Anything here?" I read the article and got really excited, called information, and within ten minutes was speaking with Aliza herself. It’s amazing how many people are actually listed in Manhattan! She did have a book idea, and did have a proposal she was working on, so we met with her and her agent and within no time at all sealed the deal. I am to this day deeply impressed by her energy and ability to make things happen. As she tells her readers, she was not born a web-gen baby, she’s a little bit older and had to teach herself everything. Now she runs one of the hottest websites and businesses in the book! She is a credit to her sex. A. Scheibe, Editor