Supermarkets, stockbrokers and spiritualists have all got on to the Net. Isn’t it time that you did too? The Guardian Guide to the Internet is the only jargon-busting guide that is as universal as its subject, fit for consumer, player, technophobe, student, and professional alike. It ranges from tips on where to buy computer hardware, to guidance on systems, to recommendations about where to browse and how to navigate the corners of the World Wide Web. You’ll find out about privacy, about safeguarding financial transactions, about what you can expect to find on the Internet and what you might want to avoid. And if you want to design your own web pages or site, you’ll find out how to do that too. In a fast changing environment it’s an essential guide: pragmatic, informed and up to the minute.