BOOKS

PC Magazine Guide to Home Networking

Networking--it's not just for the office any more. Here's how to get all your electronic devices on the same team Ready to plunge into creating your own home network? You couldn't ask for a better guide through the networking maze than PC Magazine contributing editor...

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Learning GNU Emacs

Learning GNU Emacs

Intended for professional writers and Unix programmers, this guide explains how to use the GNU Emacs text editor to format and correct text in a file, boost productivity with multiple buffers and windows, give commands without leaving the editor, and take advantage of...

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Computer Networks, Fourth Edition

Amazon.com This is the long-awaited 3rd Edition of Tanenbaum's classic book on computer networking. The finest network engineer I know (who was stolen from my previous employer by developers of IPv6) swears by this book, and it is arguably the best single resource for...

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Networking for Dummies, Sixth Edition

Once you hook up your PC to a network, it?s not a personal computer anymore. You are now part of a network of computers. You don?t need to have a PhD to understand the benefits of networking. In fact, you learned everything you need to know in kindergarten: Networks...

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