The mosaic handbook: for the macintosh

The Mosaic Handbook for the Macintosh describes how to navigate the World Wide Web using Mosaic, the graphical interface designed at NCSA.Mosaic is designed to navigate the hyperlinks that connect the systems on the World Wide Web. Using Mosaic's point-and-click interface, a user can move from...

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Detalles Bibliográficos
Autor principal: Dougherty, Dale.
Otros Autores: Koman, Richard.
Formato: Libro
Lenguaje:English
Publicado: Sebastopol : O'Reilly y Associates, c1994.
Edición:1a. ed. --
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Sumario:The Mosaic Handbook for the Macintosh describes how to navigate the World Wide Web using Mosaic, the graphical interface designed at NCSA.Mosaic is designed to navigate the hyperlinks that connect the systems on the World Wide Web. Using Mosaic's point-and-click interface, a user can move from document to document, viewing text, graphics, video, audio, or the combination of any of these media, without having to worry about where that information is located. The Mosaic user gains access to the information on thousands of Internet servers found all over the world with no greater knowledge than is contained within the pages of this short book.Until recently, the Internet was largely a UNIX phenomenon. A user needed to know a different tool for each operation (s)he wanted to perform, and each tool had its own obscure command-line interface.
Descripción Física:xxiii, 169 p. : ilustraciones ; 24 cm.
ISBN:1565920961