This article is from the Amiga Books FAQ, by Marc Atkin with numerous contributions by others.
o Karl Jeacle: First Steps Amiga Surfin' Bookmark Publishing Ltd , 1996, ISBN 1-85550-007-8 6.99 UKP, 128 pages
Karl Jeacle "email@example.com", 9 Jun 1996: "This book is a beginner's guide to getting connected to the Internet. It aims to be as Amiga specific as possible, and details basic hardware and software requirements to get your Amiga wired up. Topics covered include: buying and configuring a modem, installing AmiTCP and PPP step-by-step, choosing an Internet Service Provider, netiquete and FAQs, running the right software: 15 of the best Amiga Internet applications reviewed, creating a web page, a HTML tutorial, guide to Usenet news, ISDN explained, and the future of the Internet."
o Dale L. Larson: Connect Your Amiga! (revised 2nd printing) A Guide to the Internet, LANs, BBSs and Online Services Intangible Assets Manufacturing , 1996. ISBN 1-885876-02-5
"Dale L. Larson" firstname.lastname@example.org, 18 Sep 1994: "Connect Your Amiga!" is 256 pages packed with information for networking and for going online. From background information for the novice to networking hints and tips for advanced users, this book has something for every Amiga owner. [...] Topics covered include: What [the Internet] is, what's so great about it, how it works, how to access it, how to join it, how to use it; [...] Selecting and using modems and terminal emulator software; how to find and choose computer bulletin board systems and online services; finding, downloading, decompressing and using public domain and shareware software, the SANA-II standard, Ethernet, ARCNet, serial and parallel ports, selecting, configuring and using TCP/IP, SLIP, PPP, Envoy, DECNet, connecting to PCs, Macs and Unix, and more."