Item description for Journey to the Center of the Internet: Now Showing in 3-D (Book & CD) by Jesse Flores Pamela Rice Hahn...
Jules Verne watch out! Now you can take a virtual tour to the centre of a computer network.
If you need to know the difference between a router and a bridge, or a WAN and a LAN, where do you start? Journey to the Center of the Network: Now Showing in 3D is a truely innovative book and CD package. It introduces the reader to the highly complicated subject of computer networking. Covering history, protocols, hardware, servers, switches, bridges, routers and discusses implementation issues, costs and network limitations. Readers will be able to experience a computer network from the inside out using the innovative 3D imaging software from Periscope3, included on the CD. It allows readers to view pieces of a network from various angles ranges and see how the hardware interacts with the network as a whole.
CD includes 3D Network Discovery Lab from Periscope3 Allows readers to explore the critical hardware components of a modern network Saves time and money as a training tool Unrivalled web-based support. Readers can receive up-to-the minute links, white papers, and analysis for two years at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.84" Width: 7.95" Height: 0.55" Weight: 1.32 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2002
ISBN 192899475X ISBN13 9781928994756 UPC 779502094755
Reviews - What do customers think about Journey to the Center of the Internet: Now Showing in 3-D (Book & CD)?
Novel way to teach a younger crowd Mar 28, 2004
Well, the book certainly is innovative! Aimed at a high school audience, or even younger, as evidenced by the youthful hero, Bert. The story is told by him, in first person.
The teaching is in the form of a journey experienced by Bert, as he plunges into the matrix of the Internet. Aided by the friendly, knowledgeable and older Dr F [sic]. In the spirit of the duo from "Back to the Future". Indeed, there is a bit of the adventurous ambience and charm of that movie.
Bert ends up comprehending a goodly amount in his wanderings. From HTML to the browsers to file compression ideas to the packet switching that is the core of the Internet. Many more ideas are also invoked. The amount of jargon, and the concepts behind these, that Bert now knows is impressive.
Would that other more "serious" books be as educational.
Fast paced thriller Mar 2, 2004
wondrful read, great for children and adults alike, and it is an action packed story that will feed your interest to learn, and inspire prospective
Awesome adventure Mar 2, 2004
This modern day journey lives up to its Jules Verne predecessor, and the book is a rollercoaster ride designed for a clientele of all ages curious to find out what exactly goes on every time you hop onto the internet. A must for anyone and everyone interested, especially kids in this technological age. Great!
Incredible Dec 14, 2003
This is an excellent book that is sure to amuse an computer user or avid internet fan. There is definitely more info in this book than Microsoft could ever provide. Wonderful, and rather short and easy to read and understand. Highly recommended.
Great read Jun 6, 2003
Highly informative book about all the internet nuaissances you have ever pondered. Great for kids as well. Out of the ordinary plotline keeps the story flowing, and this is a must read for the information age.