The complete idiot's guide to CD-ROM / by John Pivovarnick.Material type: TextPublisher: Indianapolis, Indiana : Que Corporation, c.1995Edition: 2nd edDescription: xx, 327 p. : ill., photos ; 24 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)ISBN: 1567616062; 9781567616064Subject(s): CD-ROMs | Optical storage devices | | Informatics and Computer Science August2015Genre/Form: -- Reading book DDC classification: 004.56
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Index : p. 315-327.
Glossary : p. 305-314.
"This book remains dedicated to the memory of Langston Earley (1953-1993), devoted partner, friend, source of inspiration, and a glorious toy-brain in his own right."
Cover : "For those of us who are clearly intellectually superior, CD-ROMs are quite simple. The rest of you, however, should consider this book."
Cover: " Quick and easy multimedia for beginners and beyond - Idiot-proof steps to buying and setting up a CD-ROM drive, using multimedia software, and more - Down-to-earth advice when the going gets tough".