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Book Title : The Electronic Commerce Dictionary
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ISBN-10 : 0964650606 
ISBN-13 : 978-0-964650-60-2 
Author(s) : Ted Haynes
Publisher : Robleda Co (Jul 1995)
Section : Internet
Book Review:

Midwest Book Review
There are plenty of Internet books on the market, but this is different: it's the first which covers electronic commerce, covering such basic questions as whether it's safe to send a credit card over the Web, how to understand industry jargon, and where to integrate products. This is a dictionary of terms, but provides much background detail on Internet operations.

American Library Association
OK, so you're not a hacker or a cracker...maybe you're a newbie or a surfer...or maybe you just want to look for opportunities to profit from electronic commerce. Whichever, this dictionary is for you. Compiled by a consultant with 15 years in data communications and business management, The Electronic Commerce Dictionary strives to fulfill the promise of its subtitle. Electronic Commerce is defined by the author as "the conducting of business communication and transactions over networks and through computers. As most restrictively defined, electronic commerce is the buying and selling of goods and services, and the transfer of funds, through digital communications. But EC also includes all inter-company and intra-company functions...that enable commerce and utilize E-mail, EDI, file transfer, Fax, video conferencing, workflow or interaction with a remote computer (including the use of the World Wide Web)." More than 900 terms and acronyms are defined, including more than 200 Web electronic-commerce reference sites. The sites are listed with Internet addresses. Included are definitions for many topics within the field of electronic commerce: blind entry, clearings, demand deposit account, electronic signature, and information appliance. Here, too, are acronyms: I-WAY, IAB, IANA, ICMP. There are also protocols, those rules and guidelines that determine how computers on a network communicate with one another, such as DSS (Digital Signature Standard) and MNP5 (Microcom Networking Protocol, Class Five). Electronic commerce is nothing short of a revolution in business. Haynes succeeds in making the buzzwords, abbreviations, and acronyms of this emerging field understandable to anyone with modest computer literacy. Recommended for academic and public libraries of all sizes. Updates to the book, including terms created after its publication, will be published on the Electronic Commerce Dictionary.

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