Train Your Staff - And Yourself - on Using The Net

All of us can use some extra help understanding the Internet. If you want some quick and easy tutorials, but don't want to go to a class or, more commonly, are too embarrassed to tell someone you don't know how to do something on the Internet, check out www.learnthenet.com. This site teaches beginners how to surf the Web, post to news groups, configure email, run searches, and more. So have fun with it in the privacy of your own desktop.

And impress your staff and partners with how much you've learned!

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