Access provider – a business that provides individuals and organizations access to the internet free or for a fee.
Add-on – a program that extends the capability of a browser.
Address Book – a folder containing a list of names and emails .
Animation – the appearance of motion created by displaying a series of still images in sequences.
Audio – includes music, speech, or any other sound.
Blog – an informal web site consisting of time-stamped articles, or posts, in a diary or journal format, usually listed in reverse chronological order.
Blogosphere – refers to the worldwide collection of blogs.
Bookmark – a saved web address that you access by clicking the bookmark name on the list.
Broadband –a high speed internet service which allows your computers and mobile devices to always be connected to the internet the entire time it is powered on.
Browser – is an application software that allows users to access and view web pages or access web 2.0 programs.
Cable internet service – provides high speed internet access through the cable television network via a cable modem.
Cellular radio network – offers high speed internet connections to devices with built in compatible technology or computers with wireless modems.
Chat – is a real time typed conversation that takes place on a computer.
Chat room – is a location on an internet server that permits users to chat with each other.
Click – point to the link and then press the left mouse button.
Content aggregator – is a business that gathers and organizes web content and then distributes, or feeds, the content to subscribers for free or for a fee.
Dial – up access –takes place when the modem in your computer connects to the internet via a standard telephone line that transmits data and information using an analog signal.
Domain name – is the text version of an IP address.
Downloading – is the process of a computer or device receiving information, such a a webpage, such as a server on the internet.
DSL – provides high speed internet connections using regular telephone lines.
E-commerce is a business transaction that occurs over an electronic network such as the internet.
Electronic storefront – contains product descriptions, images, and a shopping cart.
Email address – is a combination of a username and a domain name that identifies a user so that he or she can receive internet email.
Email program – is used to create, send, receive, forward, store, print, and delete email messages.
Emoticons – is used to express emotion, popular emoticons include smile, frown, indifference, undecided, and surprised.
Favorite – is a saved web address that you access by clicking the bookmark name in a list.
FTTP – uses fiber optic cable to provide high speed internet access to home and business users.
Fixed wireless – provides high speed internet connections using a dish shaped antenna on your house or business to communicate with a tower location via radio signals.
FTP – is an internet standard that permits the process of the file uploading and downloading with other computers on the internet.
Graphic – is a digital representation of non-text information such as a drawing, chart, or photo.
Home page – refers to the first page that a website displays.
Hot spots – provides wifi internet connections to users with mobile computers or devices.
Hyperlink – is a built- in connection to another related web page or part of a web page.
Instant messaging – is a real time internet communications service that notifies when one or more people are online and it allows you to exchange messages or files or join a private chat room with them.
Internet –is a world wide collection of networks that links millions of businesses, government agencies, educational institutions, and individuals.
Internet backbone - is high speed network that carries internet traffic.
IP address – is a number...
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