18th October 1996 at 01:00
* "Today a new nation is in themakingI the cybernation," writes BT guru and Daily Telegraph columnist Peter Cochrane in the foreword to The State of the Cybernation: Cultural, Political and Economic Implications of the Internet (Pounds 15.99, Kogan Page). The book, by consultant Neil Barrett, presents a welcome UK view of the Internet and the challenges it presents.

* Online Kids (Pounds 10.99, John Wiley and Sons) is an Internet book for 8 to 14-year-olds, parents and teachers and deals with homework, sport and e-mail.

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