A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace: A paper on the government.
    Cost Effective ISP: How service providers are categorised by their cost of usage.
    Cyberspace: The term cyberspace was coined by William Gibson.
    Email Address: The syntax of an email address is widely known and advertised.
    Internet Access: Look at the options for gaining access to the Internet.
    Internet Speed: The speed of a connection is rated by the download and upload.
    ISP Comparison: Refers to website who compare the pros and cons of ISPs.
    MAC code: A migration authorisation code for switching Internet Service Providers.
    Optical Fiber: Also referred to as fiber optic, it is part and parcel of super fast.
    Selfie: Self-portrait photograph - typicaly used on social network websites.
    Sky Internet: This is a Internet Service Provider located in the United Kingdom.
    Web Developer: An individual who designs websites and apps as a profession.
    Wireless Internet: Look at the options available for connecting to the Internet ...
    Zimmerman, Phil: Developer of Web encryption application: Pretty Good Privacy.


    A: Includes Ansi, an Institute which is responsible for creating the ISO/OSI.
    B: Includes Baud, a unit of symbol rate.
    C: Includes Css, which is a style sheet language for improving the appearance.
    D: Includes Dos, the first operating system developed by Microsoft, into MS-DOS.
    E: Includes Ethernet, a port on home computer system to connect routers.
    F: Includes Fdisk, a command on dos for creating and deleting a partition.
    G: Includes Gopher, a forerunner of the Web, which allowed retrivel.
    H: Includes Host, a term which can apply to storage medium of important data.
    I: Includes Intranet, a private network which restrict access but uses Internet protocols.
    J: Includes Java, a popular programming language.
    K: Includes Kazaa, a file sharing programme which has been accused of.
    L: Includes Link, a shortened term for hyper links, the way web documents.
    M: Includes Mail bomb, a system of sending a large volume of e-mails.
    N: Includes Newsletter, a system for automating the sending of e-mail.
    O: Includes openGL, an industry standard for computer graphics
    P: Includes Packet, a formatted block of data which is sent by computer networks.
    Q: Includes Quake, one of the first popular 3D networked video games.
    R: Includes Ram, a type of memory used in home computers.
    S: Includes Spam, unsolicated e-mail, and a major problem for mail server hosts.
    T: Includes Telnet, a network protocol, used on both the Internet or local area.
    U: Includes Unix, an operating sysetm developed by AT&T in 1969.
    V: Includes v90, a International Telecommunication Union (ITU) standard.
    W: Includes Web, is an abbreviated term for the World Wide Web.
    X: Includes Xml, a markup language for encoding electronic documents.
    Y: Includes Y2k, the Year 2000 computer bug which was feared to crash.
    Z: Includes Zip, a system for file compression.


    What is the Internet: A beginner's introduction to the Internet. Including TCP/IP.
    Getting started on the Internet: Where to start and details the services on offer.
    Access to the Internet: Details the various options for connecting to the Internet.
    Internet Service Providers: Companies which provide access to end users.
    World Wide Web: A history of the Web and how it functions.
    Finding Web Sites: The best ways in which to find what you are looking for.
    Browsers: A program which retrieves and displays documents from the Web.
    Search Engines: Websites which search a database of Web documents.
    Email: A brief introduction to the functions of electronic mail.
    Netiquette: Learn the basic rules of behavior which have formed online.
    Chat Programs: Details the instant messenaging programs for chatting online.
    File Sharing: Programs which allow the sharing of documents and files online.
    Newsgroups: A system for discussing various topics.
    Viruses: Executable files which can delete and corrupt computer files.
    E-commerce: E-commerce is the term used to describe business on the Internet.
    Safe Shopping: A look into secure shopping online and online payment options.
    Gaming Guide: ds: ps3: xbox; Technology Guide: dvd, plasma/lcd

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