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Karbosguide.comis 190 pages of course material for self study or remote instruction, written by one of Scandinavias bestselling computer authors. Thank you for your visit. Please comment my work here and give others a link to Click & Learn!.


Very interesting and comprehensive survey of microcomputers!
Ted Holden <holdent@admin.fcbe.edu.on.ca>
Kingston, ON Canada - Saturday, March 21, 1998 at 04:10:04 (GMT+1)


Great site, very informative, will come back (Was looking for some info on college work) If you know of any computer reference libraries on-line drop me a line. Cheers
Richard Walkere <GCJ24@Dial.pipex.com>
Southampton, England?? - Friday, March 20, 1998 at 14:12:49 (GMT+1)


Thanks.
Dan Kisha <daniel.kisha@internetmci.com>
Pensacola, FL USA - Friday, March 20, 1998 at 02:18:10 (GMT+1)


Great! Best site I have found so far on PC hardware.
Leonard Pickens <SlimPicks@aol.com>
Seattle, WA USA - Friday, March 20, 1998 at 02:00:29 (GMT+1)


Jeg har haft stor gavn af dit click and learn program. Det er ganske udmærket.
Anne Grete Bülow <Skranken@datastuen.ltk.bibnet.dk>
Lyngby, Danmark - Wednesday, March 18, 1998 at 14:08:55 (GMT+1)


Thank you for providing such clear writing on the basics of a computer system. I am an electrical engineering student writing a paper on the history of the personal computer. So far my written sources focus on the history of the mainframe with the microcomputer or PC given little more than a footnote. Thank you for such an interesting site.
Atlee Anderson <andersar@email.uah.edu>
Huntsville, AL USA - Tuesday, March 17, 1998 at 15:49:18 (GMT+1)


Thank you for providing such clear writing on the basics of a computer system. I am an electrical engineering student writing a paper on the history of the personal computer. So far my written sources focus on the history of the mainframe with the microcomputer or PC given little more than a footnote. Thank you for such an interesting site.
Atlee Anderson <andersar@email.uah.edu>
Huntsville, AL USA - Tuesday, March 17, 1998 at 15:48:59 (GMT+1)


Excellent resource. Do you mind if use the content of your webpage for teaching? Dr. M. Analoui
mostafa analoui <manaloui@iusd.iupui.edu>
Indianapolis, IN USA - Monday, March 16, 1998 at 17:56:50 (GMT+1)


Best page finded&viewed last month. Thank You.
Sergey Salnikoff <factrl@online.ru>
Vladivostok, Russia - Monday, March 16, 1998 at 00:23:04 (GMT+1)


Very interesting
Peter Criellaard <criellrd@pi.net>
Papendrecht, NL ?? - Sunday, March 15, 1998 at 20:18:30 (GMT+1)


Thank you , Thank you for the Input. I yes I have learned a lot (Most of the things I always wanted to know but never having the time for the search/input) In a very short space of time So Donít Stop Keep it Coming MORE, MORE, MORE, INPUT.
A.Young <alyoung@cww.de>
Unna, NRW Germany - Friday, March 13, 1998 at 13:07:50 (GMT+1)


Hell, Can you please E-mail me the all the infomation of all the catogaries from your web site www.dkdata.dk/english. This is because I think all your infomation is very good. From your admierer ILAN JACOBSON.
Ilan Jacobson <ilan@lh.kd.jhb.schools.za>
Johannesburg, S.A South Africa?? - Friday, March 13, 1998 at 13:04:16 (GMT+1)


I think the site is very good and great for educational purposes. A great deal of knowledge can be learnt from the web site.Thank you.
Bullet <cohen@lh.kd.jhb.school.za>
Johannesburg, South Africa - Friday, March 13, 1998 at 13:03:47 (GMT+1)


hi i think all the info on the page and i think it is very good to use to do well for matric exams
Jonathan Zwick <jonathanz@lh.kd.jhb.school.za>
jhb, ga South Africa - Friday, March 13, 1998 at 13:03:04 (GMT+1)


Hello, CAN YOU PLEASE E-MAIL ME ALL OF THE INFOMATION YOU HAVE OF ALL THE INFOMATION OF ALL THE DIFFERENT CATOGARIES YOU HAVE ON YOUR WEB SITE WWW.MKDATA.DK. This is because I want all the infomation and it takes my modem a long time to go to each catogary. THANK YOU FROM SLYVESTER
Sylvester <wilMib@hotmail.com>
Johannesburg, S.A South Africa - Friday, March 13, 1998 at 12:51:49 (GMT+1)


Very good,informative,easy to follow
W.Jason <waynej@now.com.au>
Werribee, vic Australia - Friday, March 13, 1998 at 11:01:22 (GMT+1)


Very good,informative,easy to follow
W.Jason <waynej@now.com.au>
Werribee, vic Australia - Friday, March 13, 1998 at 11:00:59 (GMT+1)


Very good! Everything my matric pupils(Grade 12) need to know. Thank you.
Sandra de Lange <CBCMTED@MWEB.co.za>
PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA - Thursday, March 12, 1998 at 15:19:58 (GMT+1)


Thank you, everything the pupils need to know. Very good!
Sandra de Lange <CBCMTED@MWEB.co.za>
PRETORIA, GAUTENG SOUTH AFRICA - Thursday, March 12, 1998 at 15:16:24 (GMT+1)


Very Good !
Leo Coffi <Leo@sintmaarten.Net>
AN - Thursday, March 12, 1998 at 13:04:58 (GMT+1)


I almost never sign guestbooks . . . but you did a superb job! Thank you.
Phil Bergeron <jubilee2000@sprynet.com>
Merrimack, NH USA - Wednesday, March 11, 1998 at 21:24:20 (GMT+1)


I just wanted to tell you that your work has been very useful to me. I am in my way to be a computer tecnitian and my book (and my instructor) aren't very helpful so far. But thanks to you I'm learning all very well. Thank you very much.
Nancy Cruz <Nancy_Cruz@Hotmail.com>
Brooklyn, NY United States?? - Wednesday, March 11, 1998 at 01:13:29 (GMT+1)


EXCELLENT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Chris Trathen <hoocher@ihug.co.nz>
Auckland, New Zealand - Tuesday, March 10, 1998 at 22:19:22 (GMT+1)


Thanks for the info, it's very Good. ( Muchas Gracias por la información)
Nelson M. Leiva L. <nleiva@interactiva.cl>
Santiago, Chile - Monday, March 09, 1998 at 05:47:05 (GMT+1)


Hey, I'm first here? VERY VERY NICE, Complete And FUNNY!!! That's all. Thank you for your good work. Really. Aldrin.
Aldrin Martoq Ahumada <amartoq@dcc.uchile.cl>
Santiago de Chile, R. METROPOLITANA Chile, South America - Sunday, March 08, 1998 at 10:04:53 (GMT+1)


Great Resource. Thank you and God Bless.
doug birkett <dbirkett@wis.twc.com>
Tulsa, OK USA - Friday, March 06, 1998 at 17:07:08 (GMT+1)


I haven't visited in a while. It's looking good. I noticed some mistakes?? Your heading for Module 1b is smaller than the others--also 1b is at the end of the line--in all the others the module xx is after Click & Learn. In the Contents 3.About CPU's goes to the 2nd page and on the right side is 7. Graphics. I think that 3.About CPU's should be carried over to the top of the column where 4.About drives and other storage media is. Then 5,6, and probably 7 will go to the 2nd page with the information that is there already. Also, in 1.About PC data you indicate that there are 14 pages for both modules, whereas in the other modules, you indicate the number of pages after the topic being covered. For Modul 7a. you have the number of pages indicated at the beginning. In the character table--don't have a solution for the width, but would suggest that you have the header continue on all the pages instead just the first. With the terms at the left--would be nice if you could put page where term can be found or put a glossary of terms at the end of each module highlighting the term in the module itself. Sorry to be so critical!! I have enjoyed reading the information. If you don't mind I will let you know of other errors when I get a chance again. Please respond if you have quetions. Lastly, you aren't consistent with your spelling of module--throughout the contents you spell it "module" for module 7 Graphics, you spell it "Modul".
Elaine Zemel <zeme@uic.edu>
Chicago, IL USA - Thursday, March 05, 1998 at 00:20:44 (GMT+1)


I haven't visited in a while. It's looking good. I noticed some mistakes?? Your heading for Module 1b is smaller than the others--also 1b is at the end of the line--in all the others the module xx is after Click & Learn. In the Contents 3.About CPU's goes to the 2nd page and on the right side is 7. Graphics. I think that 3.About CPU's should be carried over to the top of the column where 4.About drives and other storage media is. Then 5,6, and probably 7 will go to the 2nd page with the information that is there already. Also, in 1.About PC data you indicate that there are 14 pages for both modules, whereas in the other modules, you indicate the number of pages after the topic being covered. For Modul 7a. you have the number of pages indicated at the beginning. In the character table--don't have a solution for the width, but would suggest that you have the header continue on all the pages instead just the first. With the terms at the left--would be nice if you could put page where term can be found or put a glossary of terms at the end of each module highlighting the term in the module itself. Sorry to be so critical!! I have enjoyed reading the information. If you don't mind I will let you know of other errors when I get a chance again. Please respond if you have quetions. Lastly, you aren't consistent with your spelling of module--throughout the contents you spell it "module" for module 7 Graphics, you spell it "Modul".
Elaine Zemel <zeme@uic.edu>
Chicago, IL USA - Thursday, March 05, 1998 at 00:20:18 (GMT+1)


Do you have a magazine i may subscribe to, or this material in paper which i can keep for reference All help will be much apreciated. Thanks a Million!!!!
Khuram ( Total Computers) <kmalik@mcmail.com>
UK - Wednesday, March 04, 1998 at 19:20:31 (GMT+1)


I think this is excellent!!!! Brilliant stuff!!! Will you be continously updating your site?
Khuram Malik <kmalik@mcmail.com>
Rotherham, UK - Wednesday, March 04, 1998 at 19:17:57 (GMT+1)


thanx man this has been great...i should have found this site earlyer
ghanapathi <ghana@pl.jaring.my>
petaling jaya, selangor malaysia - Thursday, February 26, 1998 at 17:37:15 (GMT+1)


Excellent Tutorial
Gilles Seguin <gseguin@cam.org>
Laval, Qc Canada?? - Monday, February 23, 1998 at 08:19:58 (GMT+1)


Very good information
Sergio Galano <sgalano@ctcreuna.cl>
Santiago, Chile - Monday, February 23, 1998 at 05:24:41 (GMT+1)


Nice reading, easy to understand at a basic computer literacy level. I may recommend that your site be used as supplemental information for training some customer service agents that are working on improving their technical skills.
Marvin Lewis <72261.1523@compuserve.com>
Salt Lake City, UT USA - Thursday, February 19, 1998 at 09:54:03 (GMT+1)


Very interesting, thank you
Aurora College <aurora@iafrica.com>
Randburg, South Africa?? - Saturday, February 14, 1998 at 16:40:37 (GMT+1)


Thank You very much
Margaret Fell <Mag0007@aol.com>
langhorne, pa usa - Sunday, February 08, 1998 at 12:59:43 (GMT+1)


I enjoy your pages and will use them with my High School computer class students. Thank for all of your work!!
David Sivertsen <dsivertsentc@turtlecreek.net>
Miller, SD USA - Monday, February 02, 1998 at 02:57:18 (GMT+1)


I like this page very much.It make me understand more about computer.Thank you for this knowledge.
Thakerng Kruabkonto <thakerng@hotmail.com>
khon kaen, Thailand - Tuesday, January 20, 1998 at 07:03:52 (GMT+1)


Excellent material!! We have opened a corporate training centre and are also teaching handicapped people on computer maintenance to help them be better able to find a job. We are always looking for additional avenues. Are your books available in Canada yet. If not, could we help you get them here? I think your "magazine" idea is fantastic. I haven't seen anything like it here.
Linda L. Killam <maxmail@maswellmedia.com>
Belleville, ON Canada - Sunday, January 18, 1998 at 08:16:51 (GMT+1)


Thank You - for some very well put together information.
Greg Walker <gw582@aol.com>
Akron, OH USA - Saturday, January 17, 1998 at 02:22:26 (GMT+1)


I just received your e-mail giving this web address. This looks very interesting and what our schools need!!
JIM Birney <jbirney@itasdarc.demon.co.uk>
Cardenden, Fife Scotland - Wednesday, January 07, 1998 at 11:18:47 (GMT+1)


Great! Very Interesting.
L.Benchaphon <took@kmitnb.ac.th>
Bangkok, ?? - Monday, January 05, 1998 at 21:04:18 (GMT+1)


Exellent! Thanks! :)
Armando Fernandes <afbf@convex.com.br>
Ribeirão Preto, SP Brazil - Wednesday, December 31, 1997 at 05:22:52 (GMT+1)


VERY INTERESTING AND INFORMATIVE KEEP IT UP!!!
ROBERT GORELICK <gorelick@itouch.net>
KYLE, TX USA - Sunday, December 28, 1997 at 07:02:05 (GMT+1)


Ciao
Mario
?? - Thursday, December 25, 1997 at 07:21:21 (GMT+1)


That is a very interesting and informative article on Chipsets. Congratulations on a job well done. I have bookmarked your site and will recommend it to others. Ciao.
Eugene Farrugia <farrugia@yorku.ca>
Toronto, ON Canada - Thursday, December 18, 1997 at 15:53:16 (GMT+1)


well written.easy to understand-thanks
jerome botha <jvb@iafrica.com>
east london, e.c south africa - Tuesday, December 16, 1997 at 15:56:55 (GMT+1)


Excellent material. Written very understandably. I hope you find a publisher.
Greg Soule <soule@montana.com>
Hamilton, Mt 59840-9506 - Monday, December 15, 1997 at 21:29:05 (GMT+1)


Outstanding web page. You provided a wealth of knowledge even a "Techie" like me found very helpful. Keep them feet warm!
Wayne Macomson <LMacomson@AOL.com>
Orlando, Fl. U.S.A. - Saturday, December 13, 1997 at 09:08:55 (GMT+1)


You have the gift of explaining potentially boring and /or complicated work in a very understandable way. I look forward to any development on your site. Your site is a good learning resource for Computer Studies.
Gerald Roos <gerald@mhs.kzn.school.za>
Balgowan, South Africa - Friday, December 12, 1997 at 09:54:05 (GMT+1)


I should be saying thank you in your language but I do not have your skills. Thank you for an incredible page. I was looking for information on the type of interface that a Creative Lab.s 2x CD-ROM drive uses. It would almost seem to be IDE but this drive kills my IDE channwels when I connect it. I have also connected the drive to a connector on a SB16 Plug and Play card. Win 95 gave it an IDE port of 1E8. And again my system hung. Perhaps I have the cable backward or must connect it in the reverse manner to what I have been connecting it. Well again a marvelous site and a great BIG THANK-YOU!!! Bill
William A. (Bill) Suter <suterb@yrbe.edu.on.ca>
Aurora, Ont Canada - Tuesday, December 09, 1997 at 21:37:13 (GMT+1)


Your idea is very interesting.
Philip Tan Kang Hai <ckhtan@ntu.edu.sg>
singapore - Thursday, December 04, 1997 at 01:35:09 (GMT+1)


Thanks for so much information! I truly appreciate the knowledge you have made available to me!
Paul <dalwhinnie@sympatico.ca>
Tweed, ON Canada?? - Sunday, November 30, 1997 at 03:27:33 (GMT+1)


i will comment later when i have had a chance to go trough it all ok?? there is a lot to look at but nice to see someone taking the time to make it up.....
Ilsa Christiansen. <704711@ican.net>
Webbwood, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, November 26, 1997 at 20:32:55 (GMT+1)


where is all the information on how to do it all....I have a sister in denmark who could learn a lot from it....but I find there was not enough on to really explain how...thank you.
ilsa Christiansen <704711@ican.net>
Webbwood, Ont. Canada - Wednesday, November 26, 1997 at 20:26:14 (GMT+1)


just downloaded your articale today to my zip drive. Thankyou for a great piece of work. Im in business for myself re computer repair etc and just don't have the time to keep up with all my reading. Your work condenses what I need to know and saves me a great deal of time Thankyou again Brian:))
brian wesner <bwesner@direct.ca>
surrey, ??canada - Sunday, November 23, 1997 at 21:53:12 (GMT+1)


Excellent. A great teaching resource.
Peter Lynden <lyndenp@sesahs.nsw.gov.au>
Sydney, NSW Australia - Tuesday, November 18, 1997 at 03:25:11 (GMT+1)


excelent programs
Wim Essenberg <eswim@freemail.nl>
Oss, Nederland - Friday, November 14, 1997 at 11:23:17 (GMT+1)





eerste indruk erg positief. laten staan en doorgaan.
Jan Meys <JWMeys@compuserve.com>
Aalsmeer, Netherlands - Wednesday, November 12, 1997 at 15:10:48 (GMT+1) 


There has been a lot of problems with this guestbook, I'm sorry
Michael
?? - Wednesday, November 12, 1997 at 14:44:16 (GMT+1) 


Very informative. I hope you will keep it up and add new items. I would like to keep a copy on my desk!!!
elaine zemel <zemel@uic.edu>
chicago, il USA - Tuesday, November 04, 1997 at 19:01:58 (GMT+1) 


This is very very good !

Frederick W A Brown <fred@uel.ac.uk>
London, UK - Tuesday, November 04, 1997 at 11:26:28 (GMT+1) 


Thanks. It's definitely going to be helpful.
Chee Seng Ong <p7100546a@ntu.edu.sg>
Singapore - Monday, November 03, 1997 at 04:40:34 (GMT+1) 


Just started to view. Looks great so far.

Thanks.

TC
Thomas Carone <tcarone@pacbell.net>
Pinole, CA USA - Sunday, November 02, 1997 at 00:13:25 (GMT+1) 


What's the quickest way to download the whole book at the one time or is this possible ?
Thank you,
Conrad.
Conrad Callan <conrad@iol.ie>
Ireland - Saturday, October 25, 1997 at 11:12:08 (GMT+1) 


Thank you best help i have found.
david <999-001@msn.com>
akron, oh ??usa - Friday, October 24, 1997 at 17:56:57 (GMT+1) 


very good!!!
vannucci <vannucci@utovrm.it>
rome, italy ?? - Friday, October 24, 1997 at 13:45:18 (GMT+1) 


Very interesting!!
Will visit again
Geertien Venter <jageve@dorea.co.za>
Napier, South Africa - Wednesday, October 22, 1997 at 21:52:17 (GMT+1) 


why don't make this page also in Italian language?
Giovanni <el_gato@sgol.it>
Italy - Wednesday, October 22, 1997 at 06:29:04 (GMT+1) 


Great site! I wish your books were available here in the US.
Lynn Thomson <riverrat@aros.net>
Riverton, Utah USA - Sunday, October 19, 1997 at 05:33:23 (GMT+1)  





Thanks for this wonderful resource - Keep it up!
Louis Lategan <Louis@cttc.wcape.school.za>
Cape Town, South Africa - Tuesday, October 14, 1997 at 07:58:04 (GMT+1) 



I'll comment when I've had a read. Thank you for these pages.Good luck with the rest of the translations, and in your search for a publisher.
Batch.
Miles Batchelor <miles.batchelor@bigfoot.com>
UK - Saturday, October 11, 1997 at 13:20:59 (GMT+1)  



Jeg er i gang med at lave en engelsk opgave om computer, kan du hjælpe mig, du kan altid kontakte mig efter kl. 1600, det er et virkeligt flot arbejde du har lavet. en god opstilling!
med venlig hilsen gert nielsen.
GERT CHRISTIAN NIELSEN <TLF:22-217725>
2600 GLOSTRUP, DENMARK - Wednesday, September 17, 1997 at 09:24:00 (GMT+1) 


Hi. It works.
Michael
USA - Wednesday, August 20, 1997 at 21:39:46 (MET DST)  



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