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When you're first starting out, the Internet can seem like a confusing and overwhelming place. What does all this new jargon mean? How do you extract useful, relevant information from the reams of junk on the Net? What are plug-ins? How do you download, or create an email attachment? How do you protect yourself against viruses? Should you be concerned about hackers? If you don't know your cache from your cookies, the resources listed below are excellent places to bone up on basics, as are the search tutorials listed on our More Search Resources page.