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Summary

This section provided information about the design and organization of the Internet and many popular network-oriented applications. It also discussed how to configure networking on your Mac OS X system, and how to use OS X’s support for centralized Internet configuration to store information about your mail, Web, and Internet news configurations.

Networking facilitates portability—you can access networked data from any location, and can therefore work from almost anywhere from which you can access your data. The next chapter explores using Mac OS X on Apple laptops, and discusses the facilities provided for exchanging data between Mac OS X systems and even more portable devices, such as Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs).


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