We are the Typewriter Generation . . . We learned to write documents by hand, laboring over the now-neglected art of penmanship. We graduated to a trusty Smith-Corona, hunting-and-pecking our way through school term papers and business correspondence. When computers appeared on the scene, we raised a skeptical eyebrow until we heard more about the revolutionary new marvels of the Internet. By then, our interest was sparked. But while younger generations "surfed the web" like it was second nature, we mostly stood by, both curious and confused. Either we didn’t know where to start, or we didn’t yet realize the vast potential the Internet puts at our fingertips. At long last, The Internet for the Typewriter Generation offers the perfect solution. Here you will find a step-by-step, crystal clear introduction to the Internet written for anyone . . . from those who have never even touched a computer to computer novices who want to expand their Internet horizons. Inside, you’ll find out how the Internet can enhance your life in important and immediate ways: -Use e-mail to keep in touch with friends and relatives, -Get the most up-to-date information on investments, health, news, travel, retirement, and muchmore, -Track down and reconnect with old friends you’ve been separated from for years-or decades, -Exchange ideas with people who have similar interests, from health to history, cooking to kayaking, symphonies to Sinatra. The Internet for the Typewriter Generation steers clear of technical jargon, defining terms in down-to-earth language and sticking to the essentials-just the basics you need to get up and running on the Internet in no time!
Published by Ten Speed Press Aug 01, 1999| 216 Pages| 7-3/8 x 9-1/4| ISBN 9781580080699