Finding Google a gamble? Yahoo a bit of a hoo-ha? Are you not asking Jeeves the right questions? The up-to-date guide to the best and most useful sites on the web contains all the answers you've been looking for and much more. Completely revised and updated for the fourth year in a row, it's ideal for all the family.
The original best-selling guide to the best sites available on the Net – From music to shopping, from finance to travel, the internet covers a bewildering range of topics, but this book will focus on what's really useful and popular.
The completely revised and updated 2008 edition will feature over 5,000 sites, each of which is rated for content, value, ease of use and speed. Divided into sections and genres, each site is fully reviewed to show what unique features set it apart from the rest. This guide will also include Consumer Information, Help for the Disabled, Dance, Organizing a Party and Politics, as well as staple sections on Food and Drink,Travel, Finance, Health and Hobbies.
The 2008 guide also includes the hugely popular feature of internet top tens, first introduced to the guide in 2006 and revised to be even more user-friendly in 2007. Favourite Top Tens include: top ten web sites for men; top ten travel sites; top ten web games; booze info; gossip, and money, money, money.
A must-have for adults of all ages, as well as an invaluable resource for children, this book has universal appeal.
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‘A veritable treasure trove … Whether you want to research your family tree, sort out software for your computer, hunt down a rare book, cheap holiday or designer handbag, Edmonds can explain how to get it.’
Birmingham Post, Glasgow Evening Times, Halifax Evening Courier, East Anglian Daily Times.
Graham Edmonds was WHSmiths’ Publisher of own brand books, followed by a position as buyer for Ottakar’s. He is an Internet enthusiast, having surfed for years. He has also written several books on the Internet and is the author of Bullshit Bingo, a tongue-in-cheek guide to the meaningless corporate lingo that seems to pop up in office life with alarming regularity.
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Book Description HarperCollins UK, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0007225164