You can buy almost anything or learn almost anything from the Internet. Would you like to get really good at doing this? If yes, then read on. It is easy and it is fun.
Communication on the Internet world-wide-web (www) is done with a language called HTML. A software program called a browser converts HTML to text and images, all properly sized, typeset, colored, bordered, and placed, for the computer’s video display. Your computer operating system came with a browser: Internet Explorer (IE) for Microsoft, Safari for Apple. (Actually, Safari and IE are available for both MAC and PC.) Other popular browsers include Firefox (Mozilla.com), Chrome (Google.com), Avant (avantbrowser.com), and Opera (Opera.com). The author is partial to Google’s Chrome browser. It is fast and uses less computer resource, thus leaving more computer resource for the user’s actual problems.
The Internet contains far more material than the largest library in the history of mankind. The challenge is to find what you seek from this immense cornucopia of online data. It is neither practical nor possible to search hundreds-of-thousands or even millions of documents manually, so we call upon a search engine (SE) to search for us. For