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Connecting to the Internet

The Internet is one of the most significant social and economic movements—it is a movement as much as it is technology—in human history. In just a few years, the Internet (or more simply, the Net) moved from an obscure scientific and government computer network to become a dominant means of global and local communication, commerce, entertainment, and information. Fortunately, Mac OS X has equipped you to make the most of the Net.

Finding, installing, and configuring an Internet account can be complex. You can use many technologies to connect to the Net, and you can obtain an Internet account from thousands of Internet service providers (ISPs).


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