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Logan's Media Vocab

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What is live or recorded sound? Audio
The representation of information as individual pieces of data using the numbers 1 and 0, rather than as a continuous stream. Digital
A CD-like optical disk with a capacity of 4.7 GB or more that can hold a full length commercial movie. DVD
A means of sending messages through computers connected to the Internet. eMail
A common protocol used for uploading and downloading files over the Internet; often used for transmitting large files. file transfer protocol (FTP)
A drawing, chart, diagram, painting, or photograph. Graphic
The main page of a Web site, usually the first one a visitor sees. Homepage
A markup language that defines the way a Web page will look. Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
An element in an online document, such as a word or icon, that is linked to another location in the same document or in a different document, so that clicking on it takes users to the other location. Hyperlink
A small picture on an operating system desktop that represents an application, folder, or file. Icon
Information that is entered into a computer for transmission or processing. Input
A message sent in real time between individuals online. Instant Message
A network of computers all over the world that are connected to each other. Internet
A booth that provides a computer service, such as Internet access or tourist information, in a public place Kiosk
The space between lines of text. Leading
A drawing, icon, or initials for a company that represents the company. Logo
A set of pieces of creative work collected by someone to display their skills, esp. to a potential employer Portfolio
A list of choices or commands in a computer application. Menu
Denoting the representation of text on screen in a form exactly corresponding to its appearance on a printout. WISIWYG
A type of computer-based instruction that teaches skills or procedures. Tutorial
Live or recorded moving images. Video
A computer that manages files and other resources for a network. Server
A reusable pattern for creating standard documents. Template
A plastic or metal stick used for tapping or drawing on a touch-sensitive screen to create input Stylus
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