The new version of this manual is a handbook on online services, networking and other issues relating to cyberspace. Readers will find an edition that is almost entirely new, with the most current information noted. And, the scope of the book is broader, discussing some of the social and management issues that have surfaced with the increasing use of technology and Web access in the library. Best of all, readers don't need to be a techno-nerds to understand this book. It is geared to the librarian with an intermediate level of technology competence. Editor Pat Ensor has organized articles from a panel of 35 contributors who clue readers in on topics such as copyright in cyberspace, security, e-journals, metadata, XML, citing electronic sources, and push technology. Also included is a lengthy list of ""Acronyms and Initialisms"" that will help when deciphering many of the cryptic abbreviations found in the new technology environment.