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Hundreds of thousands
of small businesses are setting up their own web sites to promote
and sell their products. If only it wasn't all so confusing.
Most business people know a little about computers, but when
it comes to the web they're thrust into a world of HTML, Java,
What do these do, and do you really need to learn them?
Peter Kent has been writing clear descriptions of
computer technology for 17 years. He has created software and
hardware manuals for numerous companies -- from NEC to Ericsson,
MasterCard to Amgen. He has also written around 34 computer and
business books, including the best-selling Complete Idiot's Guide to the Internet.
set out to clear up the confusion surrounding web sites by writing
and publishing a book called Poor
Richard's Web Site: Geek-Free, Commonsense Advice on Building
a Low-Cost Web Site. As BYTE magazine put it, "the
subtitle says it all!"
is the first
book that explains how to set up a web site, from start to finish.
And it does so in what the Midwest Book Review
described as "a jargon-free, user-friendly manner that is
rarely so well done." His web site and e-mail newsletter, Poor
Richard's Web Site News, provide free information to anyone who wants
to learn how to set up a low-cost Web site that really works.
Peter Kent lives in Denver, Colorado,
and can be reached at
[email protected] for media interviews
and consultations. (Note: send your EP questions here!)