Praise for the first edition of The Networking Survival Guide “Any way you look at it, other people are your greatest resource. Diane Darling’s in-depth, easy-to-follow instructions will fill your life with opportunities to meet these people and reap the rewards.” Nicholas Boothman, author of How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less and How to Connect in Business in 90 Seconds or Less Network your way to the highest levels of success! No matter how smart and talented you are, you need the help of others to reach your true potential. Solid connections with the right people are just as important as being good at what you do. This fully revised edition of The Networking Survival Guide reveals tried and- true networking tactics, as well as new ways to harness the extraordinary influence of social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. It teaches you how to: Identify and develop...
How effective are governance networks? Do they present us with democratic challenges? In which ways, if any, are governance networks themselves being governed? These questions are key to this book's study of governance networks at local, national and transnational levels. The number, types and functions of governance networks are increasing exponentially. A first generation of network research has given us insight into the scope of network governance in modern society and has helped us distinguish network governance from other types of hierarchical and market-based governance. This book goes one step further in presenting a second generation of network research that focuses on its implications for democracy, its effectiveness and meta-governance of network governance. Drawing on the expertise of well-known network scholars the book identifies, systematically investigates and critically evaluates concrete governance networks whilst applying a number of complementing research...
Mike Schiffman, Mike Schiffman. Building Open Source Network Security Tools: Components and TechniquesPublisher:
Learn how to protect your network with this guide to building complete and fully functional network security tools Although open source network security tools come in all shapes and sizes, a company will eventually discover that these tools are lacking in some area - - whether it's additional functionality, a specific feature, or a narrower scope. Written by security expert Mike Schiffman, this comprehensive book will show you how to build your own network security tools that meet the needs of yourcompany. To accomplish this, you'll first learn about the Network Security Tool Paradigm in addition to currently available components including libpcap, libnet, libnids, libsf, libdnet, and OpenSSL. Schiffman offers a detailed discussion of these components, helping you gain a better understanding of the native datatypes and exported functions. Next, you'll find several key techniques that are built from the components as well as easy-to-parse programming examples. The book then ties...
Michael Hauben, Ronda Hauben, Thomas Truscott. Netizens : On the History and Impact of Usenet and the InternetPublisher:
Netizens , one of the first books detailing the Internet, looks at the creation and development of this participatory global computer network. The authors conducted online research to find out what makes the Internet "tick". This research results in an informative examination of the pioneering vision and actions that have helped make the Net possible. The book is a detailed description of the Net's construction and a step-by-step view of the past, present, and future of the Internet, the Usenet andthe WWW. The book gives you the needed perspective to understand how the Net can impact the present and the turbulent future. These questions are answered: What is the vision that inspired or guided these people at each step? What was the technicalor social problem or need that they were trying to solve? What can be done to help nourish the future extension and development of the Net? How can the Net be made available to a broader set of people?
The wireless revolution has touched off a huge demand for Palm OS network applications. Palm OS Network Programming is the first complete guide to developing network applications for the Palm computing platform. It puts you in control of your network applications by revealing how the many Palm OS nuances relate to effective Palm networking applications. Unlike other books, Palm OS Network Programming assumes no prior experience with networking--all you need to get started is some basic knowledge of Palm programming in C. You'll learn Palm networking concepts such as transport protocols and client-server applications from the ground up, amply illustrated with examples in the major development environment--Metrowerks CodeWarrior. The Palm Net Library, essential to any network application development, gets the detailed treatment it deserves, with sample network applications demonstrating how to make the best use of this powerful system library.