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Chapter 8. Surfing the Web

IN THIS CHAPTER:

61 Keep Track of Websites with Bookmarks

62 Browse and Organize RSS Feeds

63 Access Your Bookmarks Using .Mac

64 SnapBack to the First Page of a Site

65 Remove a Cookie

66 Connect to an FTP Server

It's hard to deny that the principal function of a computer in this day and age is to run a web browser. Surfing the World Wide Web—be it for shopping, banking, business, research, or plain old personal fun—is what has driven the Internet's explosive growth in recent years. Surfing the Web is easy, it's useful, and it's indelibly entered our common consciousness. The Web has changed a lot since its inception, and we can't predict what it will eventually become; however, we're all certainly enjoying the ride.


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