If you're reading this, you've managed to start up a browser (Internet exploration program), so you're halfway there. Almost all browsers have their own help system. Here are pointers to documentation for four of the most popular:
The World Wide Web (WWW) consists of many computers communicating via a protocol called HTTP over the Internet. Here's the WWW FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions). The FAQ contains a lot of information, maybe more than you're ready for.
Basically, it's a collection of many, many smaller networks that all speak the same language, TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol). To USE the Internet to learn more, check out Books, Journals and Magazines About the Internet from Library of Congress
You can use CCSF Search Engine to index CCSF-Web.
You can use a variety of WWW Search Engines which use various methods to index the net, or visit one of the many subject directories, such as:
You can visit our Faculty Web Weaver.
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