As the internet grows, its web of information becomes even more complex. The Sunday Times Guide to the Internet 2002 presents a jargon-free, friendly companion to the internet updated to include all recent developments. Written by Matthew Wall, author of the Sunday Times Web Wise column, it will appeal to all those who want to get online and use the net without the technical jargon which puts off non-specialists. Making ample use of screen shots, real examples and lively text, The Sunday Times Guide to the Internet covers: Getting started on the Internet (what computer you need, modems and Internet Service Providers) Surfing the net (web browsers, finding what you want, seach engines, news services etc) Security on the Web (protecting your family, viruses, encryption, regulation) Electronic mail (how it works, security features, protecting your privacy) Making the most of the web (web radio, web TV, web telephone, digital music) Glossary and list of useful web sites Throughout the text is illustrated with screen shots showing you what you will actually see on-screen, and so making the book more immediate and helpful. There are also many helpful tips and warnings scattered through the book.