A Declaration of the Independence
of Cyberspace - A paper on the government.
Email Addresses - The type of email account usually comes
with a fee.
Effective ISP - How service providers are categorised by
their cost of usage.
- The term cyberspace was coined by William Gibson.
Address - The syntax of an email address is widely known
Access - Look at the options for gaining access to the
Speed - The speed of a connection is rated by the download
Comparison - Refers to website who compare the pros and
cons of ISPs.
code - A migration authorisation code for switching Internet
Fiber - Also referred to as fiber optic, it is part and
parcel of super fast.
Internet - This is a Internet Service Provider located
in the United Kingdom.
Developer - An individual who designs websites and apps
as a profession.
Internet - Look at the options available for connecting
to the Internet ...
Phil - Developer of Web encryption application: Pretty
- Includes Ansi, an Institute which is responsible for creating the
- Includes Baud, a unit of symbol rate.
- Includes Css, which is a style sheet language for improving the
- Includes Dos, the first operating system developed by Microsoft,
- Includes Ethernet, a port on home computer system to connect routers.
- Includes Fdisk, a command on dos for creating and deleting a partition.
- Includes Gopher, a forerunner of the Web, which allowed retrivel.
- Includes Host, a term which can apply to storage medium of important
- Includes Intranet, a private network which restrict access but uses
- Includes Java, a popular programming language.
- Includes Kazaa, a file sharing programme which has been accused
- Includes Link, a shortened term for hyper links, the way web documents.
- Includes Mail bomb, a system of sending a large volume of e-mails.
- Includes Newsletter, a system for automating the sending of e-mail.
- Includes openGL, an industry standard for computer graphics
- Includes Packet, a formatted block of data which is sent by computer
- Includes Quake, one of the first popular 3D networked video games.
- Includes Ram, a type of memory used in home computers.
- Includes Spam, unsolicated e-mail, and a major problem for mail
- Includes Telnet, a network protocol, used on both the Internet or
- Includes Unix, an operating sysetm developed by AT&T in 1969.
- Includes v90, a International Telecommunication Union (ITU) standard.
- Includes Web, is an abbreviated term for the World Wide Web.
- Includes Xml, a markup language for encoding electronic documents.
- Includes Y2k, the Year 2000 computer bug which was feared to crash.
- Includes Zip, a system for file compression.
is the Internet, a beginner's introduction to what the
Internet is and isn't.
started on the Internet, where to start and details the
services on offer.
FAQ, details the various options for connecting to the
Service Providers, companies which provide access to end
Wide Web, a history of the Web and how it functions.
Web Sites, the best ways in which to find what you are
a program which retrieves and displays documents from the Web.
Engines, web sites which search a database of Web documents.
a brief introduction to the functions of electronic mail.
learn the basic rules of behavior which have formed online.
Programs, details the instant messenaging programs for
Sharing, programs which allow the sharing of documents
and files online.
a system for discussing various topics.
executable files which can delete and corrupt computer files.
e-commerce is the term used to describe business on the Internet.
Shopping, a look into secure shopping online and online
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