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Cultural Treasures of the Internet

by Michael Clark

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26452-3 The Internet guide for everyone who loves the Arts and Humanities--fully updated! If you love the humanities, you should be on the Internet. Whether you're an artist, a scholar, a writer, or just a member of the literate public, you'll find cultural treasures online that will enrich your life. Cultural Treasures of the Internet shows you these resources--and how to connect with them more quickly and easily than you ever imagined. Completely updated to reflect the Internet's dramatic growth, it includes: *The most complete, up-to-date listings of Internet arts and humanities sites available anywhere. *A Windows/MacIntosh CD-ROM with direct links to more than 1,000 leading cultural resources worldwide, and thousands more just a click away. *A personal audio tour by Professor Clark of 27 of today's best WWW sites. *Coverage of the best tools like Netscape Navigator and Yahoo! that make it much easier to find what you're looking for. *Online "meta-resources" that bring together up-to-date information--so you can stay current years after you purchase this book.From electronic versions of the classics, to movie databases, to extensive collections of digitized art and music, it's all on the Internet. But that's just the beginning. The Internet has become the best way to communicate with the world's creators, teachers, students, arts professionals--virtually everyone who shares your passion. Cultural Treasures of the Internet shows you how to participate in this rich dialogue, using Internet e-mail, newsgroups, the World Wide Web, and the Net's other resources. Even if you're already on the Net, Cultural Treasures of the Internet will expose you to ideas, resources and vistas of experience you never knew existed. And isn't that why you fell in love with the arts and humanities in the first place?

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