HTML for the World Wide Web 2nd Ed Castro 1997 This was submitted by a small public library in Ohio. It was a part of their circulating non-fiction collection until just recently. They had newer books on the subject, but
Submitter: I live in [Canada] and was just recently hired at a high school in order to get their library up and running once again. The collection has not been touched for many years and most of the books were donations
Firewalls and Internet Security: Repelling the Wily Hacker Cheswick and Bellovin 1994 There’s an awful lot of office cleaning going on at my library. This one came from the office of the Technical Services Librarian, who inherited it from a
505 Unbelievably Stupid Web Pages 2nd Ed. Crowley 2007 Submitter: 2007 doesn’t seem like that long ago to me, but it is internet light years! I find it hilarious that books were published ABOUT websites, forcing you to look through
Gay & lesbian Online, Dawson 1996 Submitter: I think this was a good choice for our academic library in 1996. Back then we bought a lot of Guides to the Internet. These days, people use search engines and social networks to
Web of Deception: Misinformation on the Internet Mintz (Editor) 2002 If you have the 2008 edition of this book, it’s probably still ok, although getting older by the minute. This 2002 version is almost ten years old. It still has
Internet for Kids Learn2.com 1998 Submitter: I don’t even know where to start…it’s a vhs tape…that teaches kids how to use the internet…and it comes with a floppy disk! Do kids even know what vhs tapes and floppy disks are?!
Communicate Online Rooney 2004 This had a grand total of ZERO circs and it really isn’t that great for content either. No mention of issues of copyright. No real discussion of safety other than a comment: “if you see something