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Internet app review

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2 reasons you should avoid using all caps in your emails People think you are shouting and it is hard to read
Emoticons Expressions you create using characters on your keyboard
Bandwidth Data-carrying capacity of telephone lines
Browser Also called Web browser. Digital Technology . a software program that allows the user to find and read encoded documents in a form suitable for display, especially such a program for use on the World Wide Web.
Cookie Computers. a message, or segment of data, containing information about a user, sent by a Web server to a browser and sent back to the server each time the browser requests a Web page.
Domain name a name owned by a person or organization and consisting of an alphabetical or alphanumeric sequence followed by a suffix indicating the top-level domain: used as an Internet address to identify the location of particular Web pages:
Home page the initial page of a site on the World Wide Web.
Http:// Http stands for HyperText Transfer Protocol--the method used to transfer hypertext files across the Internet.
World Wide Web a system of extensively interlinked hypertext documents: a branch of the Internet. Abbreviation: WWW
Net addresses An Internet Protocol address (IP address) is a numerical label assigned to each device (e.g., computer, printer) participating in a computer network that uses the Internet Protocol for communication.
Social networking The development of social and professional contacts; the sharing of information and services
Google apps Google Apps is a service from Google providing independently customizable versions of several Google products under a custom domain name.
Spamming Indiscriminately posting unrelated comments, or worse--advertisements.
URL An acronym for Uniform Resource Locator, a URL is the address for a resource or site on the World Wide Web and the convention that web browsers use for locating files and other remote services.
Client A client is a program that uses the services of another program. The client program is used to contact and obtain data or request a service from a server.
HTML An acronym for Hypertext Markup Language, HTML is the computer language used to create hypertext documents. HTML uses a finite list of tags that describe the general structure of various kinds of documents linked together on the World Wide Web.
Hypertext Hypertext usually refers to any text available on the World Wide Web that contains links to other documents.
Hotlist collection of favorite or frequently used Web sites or those about a specific topic; also called bookmarks, favorites, also written hot list
Search engine A search engine is a type of software tool that creates indexes of Internet sites based on the titles of files, keywords, or the full text of files.
Credibility The quality of being believable or worthy of trust
Blogs a Web site containing the writer's or group of writers' own experiences, observations, opinions, etc., and often having images and links to other Web sites.
Podcasts A digital audio or video file or recording, usually part of a themed series, that can be downloaded from a Web site to a media player or computer: Download or subscribe to daily, one-hour podcasts of our radio show.
IP address A code that identifies a computer network or a particular computer or other device on a network, consisting of four numbers separated by periods.
Is there a regulating body that monitors the reliability of what is on the internet? Nopeeeeeeeeeeee
What should you check your information that you find on the Internet against? 1. Who is the author or sponsor of the page? 2. Are there obvious reasons for bias? 3. Is contact information provided? 4. Is there a copyright symbol on the page? 5. Is this page a "zombie," or one considered "walking dead" because the person who
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