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Easy to pick up

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Web User is a new internet magazine that I picked up recently because of two main reasons. They were the fact that it was only 99p and also that it was exactly what I was looking for from an internet based magazine. This price has been announced by the magazine as an introductory price and it...

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Excellent

Understandable, relevant, well laid out, extremely...

I wish it was weekly

After reading some ciao reviews praising Webuser magazine and giving it the big five star rating, I though I'd better try it myself. And I was not disappointed. In fact, I loved it so much I took out a year's subscription, meaning that I get it through my door once a fortnight in a lovely plastic...

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“For all web users”

published 28/09/2001

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For anyone using the net this will be a very helpful and interesting read. Very simply written, no complicated computer language so it’s easy to understand, so much so that my Mum could even understand it. The magazine is designed into very simple categories all which are useful. For...

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Excellent

Cheap, informative and understandable

it rates Ciao 4 out of 5 (But That's the highest m...

I got a free trial copy of Webuser (the no nonsense guide to the best of the net) from freeinuk. It covers a multitude of topics regarding the web or web related topics. I would have to say that this is probably the best magazine I have seen covering this subject. In issue 4 it covered web jargon...

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“Get Web Wise”

published 05/04/2001

Lots of helpful information relating to the intern...

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This magazine describes itself as the no-nonsense guide to the best of the net, and at the current price of 99p I decided to go for it. After reading through it I am a little wiser about some of the mysteries of web site building, WAP, the best way to send e-mail attachments and quite a lot more...

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“Easy to Understand”

published 05/04/2001

Clear, cheap and full of useful information

May be too simple for some

When I saw this magazine I thought goody another magazine to try. I was attracted to it because of its boast of being a no nonsense guide to the net and that is just what it is. At 99p per fortnight the price is great too. The magazine is recommended by the Plain English Campaign and I think it...

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Super

Cheap and cheerful, clear layout, plain English, g...

More experienced surfers will sneer at you for buy...

WebUser magazine is a new fortnightly publication. It describes itself as: "The NO-NONSENSE guide to the BEST of the net" currently at a trial price of 99p (expected to rise to £1.20 at some point) It boasts a recommendation by the Plain English Society - so no unexplained gobbledegook. WebUser's...

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Excellent

Cheap, Very informative, Easy to read, Plain Engli...

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Well I first noticed webuser a little while ago. After a few issues I started buying webuser. To say this is not just another Internet mag. This mag has it all in simple plain English. OK let moi start now. ~~~~ Well webuser is a magazine specially designed for Internet users or new beginners for...

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Good

Clear and easy to read, good for internet novices,...

Not the most stimulating of reads, probably not fo...

I had read reviews about Web User on Ciao and other websites in the past and thought it sounded like it might be worth a look. On one particular day when I had to get a train out of London I decided to buy a copy because I did not want to read heavy subject matter and also just wanted a change. I...

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“The Internet in PURE ENGLISH”

published 14/04/2001

Very easy to understand, only 99p, some great tips...

No free Cd's

A couple of weeks ago, I noticed a new magazine on the shelves, that looked very familiar to the mega successful Computer Active, it was called Web User, So I took a quick look at it, whilst my Girlfriend was doing a bit of shopping, I didn’t bother buying it, as for the last few months...

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Excellent

Clear Descriptions, Easy To Read ,Very Informative

No cover CD.

Web User is one of the most useful magazines I have read. It is full of hints tips and general advice on internet usage, web sits and a wide rang of software that are are all talked about. What the Haynes car manual is for the amateur car tinkerer Web user is for the web tinkerer. What is inside...

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“Ciao - Birthday tribute”

published 03/06/2001

easy to follow internet advice in plain English, n...

perhaps a bit basic (not suited for advanced/techn...

Personal Intro ~This opinion was originally written as a tribute to UK ciao.com as Ciao and myself featured in this magazine at that time on it's 1st Anniversary, now the Ciao site has it's 2nd Birthday in June 2002. There are a plethora of PC magazines filling the shelves of our newsagents these...

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Excellent

Easy Jargon Free,Lots Of New Sites And Information...

Might Be Too Simple For Experts.

Anyone who uses the Internet regularly will know it’s not an easy task finding the best sites around, you either stumble on them by accident, hear about them from a friend or spend forever trawling through various search engines in your quest. Any one who is a regular Netty will find the...

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“A no-nonsense Mag.”

published 14/10/2001

Written in plain English!

I often foget to buy it.

A while ago I was lucky enough to receive a free copy of ‘WebUser’ Magazine, from Freeinuk.com. This magazine covers a variety of topics related to the Internet and issues surrounding the subject. It is probably one of the easiest to understand for a computer novice such as myself. The language...

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Excellent

“Web Sites erolaG”

published 08/06/2001

Lots of infromation.

None.

With so many different computer magazines on the shelf it is quite easy to mistake one for another if you are in a hurry and a week ago I was in a hurry and picked up Webuser when I intended to get my hands on ComputerActive. Both have a red background masthead with the magazine name partly in...

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