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Audioblogs Blogs or weblogs that are enriched by audio files.
Clickers Also known as Personal Response Systems. Device used by an audience to respond to an instructor's presentation delivered through wireless devices.
Mashups A website or web 2.0 application that uses content from more than one source to create a new service.
Nanotechnology A field of science whose goal is to control individual atoms and molecules to create computer chips and other devices that are thousands of times smaller than current technologies.
Really Simple Syndication A lightweight XML format designed for sharing headlines and other web content.
Telepresence A set of technologies, such as high definition audio, video, and other interactive elements that enable people were present in a location which they are not physically in.
Ubiquitous Computing The possibility of computers belonging embedded into almost everything and potentially able to communicate.
Vlogging A blog that includes a video
Web 2.0 Applications Collaborative and interactive tools that are strictly web-based and are typically free to the user.
Created by: Bryan Rivera