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1 ITP 104 Internet Publishing Technologies Trina Gregory [email protected] Spring 2010
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Introduction • Instructor – Full-time lecturer – Software engineer for over 15 years – Teaching at USC since Spring 2007 – Email: [email protected] • Lab Assistant – Brad Ramos 2
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Class Info • Lectures – Tuesdays, 5 – 6:20 PM, KAP 160 • Labs – Tuesdays, 6:30 – 7:50 PM, KAP 160 3
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4 Course Material • Required Text HTML: A Beginner’s Guide (4 th Edition) by Wendy Willard; McGrawHill • Recommended Text Dreamweaver CS3 Hands-on Training by Garrick Chow; Lynda.com
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Spring Schedule • 6-8 lab assignments • Midterm – March 2, 2010 – Week 8 • Spring Break – March 15-19, 2010 – After Week 9 • Final Project – Due May 11, 2010 at 4:30 PM 5
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6 Course Overview • Introduction to HTML and web publishing • No experience required • Tools – Text editor such as Notepad or Komodo Edit – Adobe CS4 – Photoshop & Dreamweaver • Syllabus • Class website: http://blackboard.usc.edu
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7 What is the Internet? • Not a single network • Globe-spanning collection of networks • Communication infrastructure for exchanging information • Networks communicate based on certain protocols – Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) / Internet Protocol (IP) • Who runs it? – US Government – NO! – No single person, group, or organization
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8 Quote “On-line interactive communities. .. will be communities not of common location, but of common interest .... the total number of users. ..will be large enough to support extensive general purpose [computers]. All of these will be interconnected by telecommunications channels. .. [to] constitute a labile network of networks--ever changing in both content and configuration.” J. C. R. Licklider
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9 History – 1950s & 1960s 1957 – USSR launches Sputnik 1958 – US forms the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) 1960 – J.C.R. Licklider publishes his landmark paper, “Man- Computer Symbiosis” 1961 – Leonard Kleinrock, MIT, writes paper on packet-switching theory entitled “Information Flow in Large Communication Nets” 1962 – Licklider becomes the first head of the computer research program at ARPA 1966 – Larry Roberts, MIT, writes "Towards a Cooperative Network of Time-Shared Computers" which is first ARPANET plan 1969 – First node installed by BBN at UCLA & then 4 host computers (UCLA, Stanford Research Institute, UCSB, University of Utah) – Charley Kline, UCLA, tried to log into a computer at SRI & system crashed as he typed in the letter G in LOGIN 1969 – First Request For Comments (RFCs) begun by S. Crocker
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10 History – 1970s & 1980s 1971 – 15 nodes 1972 – Email program by Larry Roberts, MIT, and Ray Tomlinson, BBN 1974 – The “Fathers of the Internet” Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn publish a paper titled “A Protocol for Packet Network Interconnection” 1982 – DCA and ARPA establish the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
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