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What is Harley Hahn's Internet Yellow Pages?

The book Harley Hahn's Internet Yellow Pages was developed as a comprehensive guide to life, annotated with Internet resources written by Harley Hahn, the best-selling Internet author of all time.

From February 1994 to September 2002, Harley Hahn's Internet Yellow Pages was published as a print book by McGraw-Hill, being revised by Hahn 10 times. Eventually, it became the best-selling Internet book in history. The last (10th) print edition of the book was 992 pages.

After the final print edition, Hahn updated the book three more times to publish on this Web site. The last revision (the 12th) was published online in May 2005.

In spite of its age, this Web site as a whole is timeless and worth reading. As you would expect, some of the resources are out of date. However, the more than 3,600 essays — all of which were written by Hahn — are worth reading.

This is a great place to browse.

What Will I Find?

Within Harley Hahn's Internet Yellow Pages, you'll find information on almost every imaginable subject:

  • Families, Kids and Parenting
  • Romance, Dating and Sex
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Money and Investing
  • People, Culture and Human Behavior
  • Cooking and Recipes
  • Animals and Pets
  • Religion and Spirituality
  • Jobs and the Workplace
  • Music, Art and Literature
  • Sports, Games and Amusements
  • Secrets, Intrigue and Gossip
  • Science, Mathematics and Engineering

and much, much more.

In all, there are 193 categories, containing information, essays and resources on over 3,600 topics.

Each topic contains a short description or a thoughtful essay, all of which are written by Hahn. Each topic also contains links to Internet resources. In all, you'll be able to access more than 15,000 carefully selected Web sites, Usenet discussion groups, and mailing lists. All you need to do is point, click and explore.

All the Internet resources were chosen by Harley and his professional researchers, who looked for the very best the Internet had to offer.

For example, for a Web site to be approved, it had to meet strict criteria. It must be one of the best resources available for that topic; it must be free to access and have a non-commercial format; there must be no gratuitous music or sounds; and there should be as few ads as possible, with no pop-up ads.

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