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CIW Lesson 1

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What type of resumes are vulnerable to viruses. HTML Resumes
What is a paradigm shift? a change from one way of thinking to another
What is Moore's Law? an analogy for advances in technological innovation
What is technology adoption life cycle the degree to which members of a population will adopt or accept a new product or innovation
What is Diffusion of innovation early adopters and the early majority have different expectations of a product
Ontology the study of how a particular knowledge domain, or system, is organized
folksonomy tagging of online content so non-technical users can classify and find information
Web 2.0 Concentrates in developing the information-sharing and collaboration capabilities of the Web
Crowdsourcing a task ordinarily performed by one person is outsourced to a large group or community
Collective Inteligence the ability of a group to exhibit a greater degree of intelligence by solving problems collaboratively compared to the intelligence of an individual member
Ajax enables Web applications to interact with users in much the same way they do with desktop applications
Wikis Web pages that can be viewed and modified by anybody with a Web browser and access to the Internet
Web Feed services content publicly available to users via Web feeds (e.g., RSS, Atom); syndication
Podcast audio/video digital-media files distributed through Web feeds to subscribed users
Semantic Web data that is contextualized with the addition of machine-readable metadata
Mashups Web pages that integrate content and scripts from multiple Web sites to create new applications
International Organization for Standardization(ISO) 9000 international benchmark for systemizing processes to help organizations produce products and services that meet government regulations and the quality standards set by customers
World Wide Web Consortium(W3C) the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) a large open international community of network designers, operators, vendors, and researchers concerned with the evolution of the Internet architecture and the smooth operation of the Internet. It is open to any interested individual.
Instant Messaging computer-based method of communication in which users can type and view messages sent to one or more recipients and view the responses immediately
Social networking the grouping of individuals with common interests or goals into specific groups or communities
Short Message Service (SMS) Text messaging – users type short text messages from mobile phones Short" text messages: Are no larger than 140 bytes and no longer than 160 characters
SMS gateway service that allows you to send text messages to an instant messaging (IM) service, the World Wide Web and desktop computers
Windows Remote Assistance Allows a user to seek assistance from another person in a remote location Runs on Windows systems
Blog (short for "Web log") a collection of personal thoughts posted on a public Web site Trackback: a blogger receives notification when other bloggers link to his or her blog entry Microformats – allow bloggers to incorporate information from Web sites into their blog entries
• Unified communications a business trend that seeks to simplify and integrate all forms of communication
• Convergence – the integration of telephony and data networks and technologies
• Presencing a status indictor that conveys a person's willingness and ability to engage in communications in real time
• Network two or more computers connected together so they can communicate with each other share resources (sftware: MS Office applications or hardware: printers, fax machines, storage devices) exchange information (transfer data from one computer to another)
• Client/server model most poplar form of ntwork. individual computers and devices interct with one anthr throgh a centrl servr Client an indivdual cmpter connctd to a netwrk Servr a cmpter that manges netwrk resources Node an indivdual compter or other device cnncted to ntwrk
• Local area network (LAN) a group of computers connected in a small geographic area (campus, home, business) – The organization owns & manages all network components
• Wide area network (WAN) a collection LANs that are linked together. – span a wide geographic area – The organization leases some of the components needed connect those networks together (high-speed telephone lines or wireless transmission equipment)
• Internet Service Provider (ISP) Dial up Direct
• Dial-up Internet connections: – High-speed data links , Wireless connections, T and E carriers (big companies, international), LAN connections (local/ regional businesses), Cable modems (Brighthouse), Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) , 4G mobile hotspot (cell phones)
• Alternative browsers – Safari – RockMelt – Opera – Konqueror – Lynx
• Web feeds data formats for delivering Web content that is updated frequently: – RSS (Really Simple Syndication, RDF Site Summary or Rich Site Summary) – Atom
• HTML5 is the latest version of HTML One of the major goals of HTML5 is to eliminate the use of browser plug-ins HTML5 is a standard provided by the W3C Most current browsers support HTML5 HTML5 can produce dynamic multimedia content with JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
• SEARCH ENGINES o Search engine is a database. Powerful software programs that make it easy to find info on the net  Use keywords to find info about any subject  Many engines use “robots” or “spiders” to automatically search the web and index websites
• Resources that are popular or scholarly: o Popular – generally bases information on secondary resources o Scholarly – bases its research on primary resources
• E-mail types:• o E-mail client – independent of any specific Web browser (Outlook) o Browser e-mail – program that comes bundled with a Web browser (gmail) o Web-based e-mail – free service from a Web-based provider (Roadrunner / Brighthouse)
E-mail Configuration requirements: o E-mail message header o To field o Cc field o Bcc field o Subject field o Attachment field o Message (body of the message) o Signature (lines of text at the end of the message)
What type of resumes aren't vulnerable to viruses. PDF Resumes
Created by: Brando Mora
 

 



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