CIS 3 - Internet 23:24...

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Internet 23:24 ARPANET (advanced research project agency network) CERN (center for European nuclear research) Tim Berners-Lee = HTML (hypertext markup language) – platform neutral  The internet is a client/server network a website visits you, you don’t visit a website HTTP (hypertext  URL (uniform resource locator) If internet was run by gov., it would be an  anarchy  Content  is the most important aspect of any website  Caching  is when the browser stores copies on a users computer of previously viewed  web pages that a user has already accessed to it doesn’t not have to find it again on the  web Cookies  are text files sent to a browser and then sent back unchanged by the browser  to the originating server. Stored information about users, ex. Amazon All the rules of business apply online The most dangerous virus is  DOF - denial of service Communication is the most common use of Internet (email) Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) - routing of voice conversations over the internet Intranet-  private version of the internet, confined within an organization 
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Websites 23:24 Head elements - typically defined a web documents title, style, and additional  information about the documents author, page description, and keywords
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course CIS 105 taught by Professor Mccarthy during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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