Children and the Internet
- Because much of what is available on the Internet is not suitable for children, there
are now several programs available to allow parents to monitor and screen what their
children find on the Internet:
Ask Dr. Internet has many of the more frequently asked questions about the Internet and
The Newbie Net has many pages set up in an easy-to-use, class type format. It has
information all about the Internet, from Netiquette to HTML.
The New (and Old) User's Guide to the net provides an Internet tour, as well as
information about different operating systems and the Internet and programming.
This is a comprehensive list of sites with both beginning and advanced Internet
references, including a link to the helpful Zen and the Art of the
World Wide Web Help
A new users guide to the World Wide Web including a wealth of information,
explanations, tutorials, and links to other places for information and utilities.
New User's Directory gives a good overview of the Web.
Exploring the World Wide Web is a self-directed tutorial with interesting guides to the
Internet, WWW and HTML.
The World Wide Web FAQ has many of the more frequently asked questions about the web.
Web Search & Directories
A web page containing links to
the most popular web directories and search vehicles.
The Ultimate Macintosh is a site with many links to various Macintosh resources.
Info-Mac is a good place to go when you have questions about specific Macintosh
applications. It is a large, searchable archive of information.
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