The Paranoid's Guide to Using the Internet

Using the internet isn't easy... and it can even be downright scary with all the hoopla and negativity out there. But it doesn't have to be hard.

Web writer and novelist Pamela Gifford (Yahoo!, USMomsToday, eHow, Examiner) explains how non-technical people can learn how to navigate and enjoy the internet... without freaking out.

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Words: 6,860
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476088860
About Pamela Gifford

Pamela is a former content writer. Her work has been on sites such as wiseGeek, eHow, Gather, various Yahoo! sites, Examiner, and more. She was the former toddler category editor for USMomsToday and a former category editor in short stories and poetry on Associated Content. She was a Featured Contributor with Associated Content in Arts and Entertainment and Parenting. She was also a former slush reader for Alabama Stix, which was a small circulation, regional literary magazine in the early 2000s. She is the owner/editor of an Indie publishing site, Fiction Lake.

She writes fiction under the name Pamela Caves. She has published numerous poems and short stories, both independently and traditionally, and has released two novels.

She is a second-time college student, having just completed the coarse requirement for her A.S. from Northeast Alabama Community College with both English honors and GPA honors. She will be starting Athens University in the fall of 2014, pursuing a teaching degree in English.

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