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Ch. 3 Sarah Brown

TermDefinition
downloading The process of saving files from a website or file transfer protocol (FTP) site
uploading Saving files to a Web or FTP site
compressed files multiple native-format files
self-expressing compressed files decompressing by double clicking
shareware software that can be used then purchase if wanted
freeware can be used forever without purchasing it
for-purchase software you must buy to use, but demo is available
Web 2.0 Allows users to collaborate on the WWW.
instant messaging (IM) keying and sending messages rather than video or voice talking.
text messaging keying and sending messages via cell phone
texting keying and sending messages via cell phone
teleconferencing verbal communication with three or more people on a telephone call
conference calling verbal communication with three or more people on a telephone call
podcast series of digital media files at intervals
Web seminars teleconferencing with video
online meetings meeting online conducted through desktop sharing
social media An internet-based tool that allows users to share information within a group.
blogs web sites maintained by an individual who posts topics or opinions.
social bookmarking saving bookmarks to a public web site within a group.
social networking sites allow users to share information with others
professional networking sites allow users to share information with others at a job, etc.
cell phones telephones that allow the user to move around and communicate without a landline
smartphones advanced computerized devices that can check email
voice mail allows callers to leave a message that the phone owner can access.
pagers electronic-communication devices that let the user know there is a message waiting
wireless technology used to connect devices without the use of lines, cables, or other type of physical connection
malware a program intended to damage a computer system.
identity theft a form of fraud when someone takes your identity.
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