Appendix . Recommended Readings

Much good information about the Web is available on the Web itself. If I gave a lot of specific URLs here, many of them would invariably suffer linkrot and turn out to be a waste of your time. Also, having to type in URLs is a painful exercise that should be avoided as much as possible.

Thus, instead of giving a listing of URLs here, I refer you to my hotlist of recommended sites:

Typing in this URL should allow you to proceed to several other good sites at the click of your mouse.

I will mention one more site: Keith Instone’s Usable Web database serves as a well-organized and annotated list of many other sites about Web-related human-computer interaction:

Books

As I mentioned ...

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