Adams-Hall Publishing
Celebrating its 30th year in publishing, Adams-Hall Publishing is proud to announce the publication of Safe, Sound and Secure by Don Silver (available at Amazon).

The subtitle is How to Protect Your Identity, Privacy, Money, Computers, Cellphones, Car, Home, Email, Internet Use, Wireless Networks, Credit, Debit and ATM Cards and Financial Accounts.

Don Silver is the author of 16 highly-praised books including three on technology on security.



“I like this book a lot. It’s written by people who know what they’re talking about and who are up on the latest PC and Internet technologies—and who are able to offer direct advice to those who are ready for technological adventure.”

—Jonathan Zittrain, Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation, Oxford University and Co-Founder of Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society


Teach Your Computer to Dance has dozens of expert tips for securing your computing experience. It also contains a ton of great advice for readers of any level.”

—Roger A. Grimes, Security Adviser Columnist, InfoWorld and author of four books on Windows computer security including Professional Windows Desktop and Server Hardening


Teach Your Computer to Dance is chock full of useful tips. You can pick any page at random and find yourself saying, ‘That’s a good idea.’”

—Andrew Kantor, Technology Columnist, USA TODAY


Teach Your Computer to Dance goes beyond simple ‘how to’ advice. It’s a great guide on how your computer can make you more productive.”

—Phil Windley, writer of the Technometria blog (, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Brigham Young University and Contributing Editor, InfoWorld


“Highly recommended for all computer users, Teach Your Computer to Dance is full of practical tips and sound advice presented in an easy-to- read format.”

—Suzi Turner, Spyware researcher and consultant, owner of and writer of the Spyware Confidential blog,


Teach Your Computer to Dance is a great resource for anyone who spends time online. Although there are plenty of manuals around on how to work a computer, this is a terrific resource on how to get the most out of your computer and online experience and at the same time practice ‘safe computing.’”

—Fran Maier, Executive Director and President, TRUSTe


“I learned something new on almost every page. This book is crammed full of valuable hints and tips on everything from avoiding viruses to partitioning a hard drive.”

—Andrew Blackman, Reporter, The Wall Street Journal