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Embedded references in hypermedia documents Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) a language used to create web pages. defines a page's layout and appearance Internet Worldwide collection of millions of computers and networks of all sizes Internet Backbone a conglomeration of multiple, redundant networks owned by numerous companies Internet Services services made possible by the TCP suite of protocols Internet telephony using the internet to exchange spoken conversations Intranet network within an organization that uses internet protocol and technologies for: collecting,storing, and disseminating useful information that supports business activities Navigation tools used to travel from website to website Podcast electronic audio file posted on the web for users to download to their mobile devices RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds Fast, easy way to distribute web content in extensible markup language format Search Engine Process Crawling the web, indexing, query processor Social Networking broad class of websites and services that allow users to connect with friends, family, and colleagues online The internet of everything web-based development in which people,processes,data, and things are interconnected via the internet internet of things physical objects that are connected to the internet and to all the other physical objects TLD (top level domain) Denotes the type of organization or country Uniform resource locators (URLS) Address of a document or site on the internet
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URL parts breakdown the web protocol (http), the domain name of the web server, the directory name or folder on that server, the file within the directory Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) protocol used for internet telephony Web 2.0 trend toward web applications that are more interactive than traditional web applications Web 3.0 provides personalization that allows users to access the web more intelligently Wiki website that allows users to add, delete, and modify account E-Commerce Buying and selling goods and services over the internet Value Chain
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  • Spring '14
  • Local area network, Wide area network, Network Interface Card

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