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Buisness that provides individuals and companies access to the internet for free or for a fee Access Provider
appearance of motion created by displaying a series of still images in sequence. Animation
music, speech, or any other sound Audio
informal web site consisting of time-stamped articles, or posts, in a diary or journal format, usually listed in reverse chronological order. Blog
Application software that allows users to access and view web pages. Browser
Digital modem that sends and recieves digital data over the cable television network. Cable modem
Location on an internet server that permits users to chat with each other. Chat room
Internet server that usually is associated with an Internet access provider. DNS server
Text version of an IP address. Domain name
Procces of a computer recieveing information, such as a web page, froma aserver on the internet. Downloading
Acronym for digital subscriber line. DSL
short for electronic commerce, a buisness transaction that occurs over the internet. E-commerce
symbols used on thwe internet to express emotion. Emoticons
File transfer protocol. FTP
first page that a web site displays. Home page
worlwide collection of networks that connects millions of buisnesses, government agencies, educational institutions, and indivduals. Internet
A number that identifies each computer or device connected to the internet. IP address
regional or national internet access provider. ISP
Built in connection to another related web page or part of a web page, short for hyperlink. Link
short for internet etiquette, the code of acceptable behaviors users should follow while on the internet. Netiquette
program that extends the capacity of a browser, often used to inhance multimedia. Plug in
web site that offers a variety of internet services from a single, convenient location. Portal
Specification that content aggregators use to distribute content to subscribers. RSS
program that finds web sites, web pages, images, videos, news, and other information related to a specific topic. Search engine
Proccess of transferring data in a continuos and even flow. Streaming
Proccess of transfering documents, graphics, and other objects from a computer to a server on the internet. Uploading
unique address for a web page. URL
technology that allows users to speak to other users over the internet. Volp
term used to refer to web sites that allow users to modify web site content. Web 2.0
Application software that allows users to access and view web pages. Web browser
short for wireless fidelity, type of broadband internet connection that uses radio signal to provide internet connection to wireless computers and devices. Wi-Fi
Collaborative web site that allows users to create, add to, modify, or delete the web site content via their web browser. Wiki
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