Video Series Shows How Internet Works

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New, low-cost digital movies help beginners understand computer networking. 18 separate episodes average about 15 minutes each, covering all of the basics. Available for immediate download. Not copy protected.

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http://www.AskMisterWizard.com announces immediate availability of an extensive set of digital movies, specially created to help beginners understand, visualize, and remember the basics of computer networking and the Internet. 17 separate episodes are available for download, along with a free, 90-second preview. In a significant departure from industry norms, the episodes are not copy protected, and licensees are permitted to watch them over and over again, alone or with friends, at any time, for as long as they live.

According to Bob Bosen, President of AskMisterWizard.com Inc., "We wanted to take the mystery out of local networking and the Internet, so these movies start at the simplest possible level, showing how messages can be sent between 2 people tugging on a string. From there we build up concepts and vocabulary gradually, relying on extensive animation, live demonstration, and simple narration to help our audience visualize the concepts in fun and memorable ways. This is the easiest and fastest way for beginners to learn how the Internet works."

The movies are modular (lasting about 15 minutes each) and each focuses on a single issue, so some viewers may choose to watch only one or two episodes covering their own particular challenges. Viewers who study the entire series will be familiar with Ethernet in all of its varieties, and with such popular and important network equipment as hubs, switches, routers, servers, clients, TCP and UDP processes, and even the Internet's "Domain Name System". According to Bosen, people that build and manage their own networks in homes or small offices will learn "everything they need to know to connect their computers to the Internet, to get them talking with one another, to share a single, low-cost Internet connection, and to host services, game servers, or web pages for the world."

AskMisterWizard.com Inc. is a new corporation specializing in the production and distribution of training videos for people with work to do. Current videos cost $3.00 per episode, and several episodes are available free of charge during a special introductory period. Further information is available at http://www.AskMisterWizard.com.

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