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Semantic Web: An Enhancement of the Current Web - The vast content of the World-Wide Web is used by millions. Many users employs a search engine to begin their Web activity. The query is usually a list of keywords, and the result returned is also a list of Web pages that may or may not be relevant, typically pages that contain the keywords [4]. The web of today lacks metadata which can be read by other computers. Metadata is data about data, such that, it would be possible to distinguish between 1984 (a number), 1984 (a date), 1984 (a film starring John Hurt) and Nineteen Eighty-Four (a novel by George Orwell)....   [tags: web of tomorrow, search engine, query]
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B2C Web Site Security - Abstract In this report, the author endeavours to present the how the security issues generally presented on the B2C web sites can assured by technical controls and educating customers. The report presents levels of end-to-end security components that include: physical system security, operating system security and network security. With advent of web applications that are now being used extensively for deploying e-commerce applications, author also presented the web security threat profile of web services that is currently an active research topic....   [tags: Web Security] 2555 words
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The Crawling Module and Web Pages - ... The process of fetching a web page and take out the links within it is similar to expanding a node in graph search. A topical crawler tries to follow edges that are supposed to lead to portions of the graph that are related to a matter. Frontier: The crawling method initialize with a seed URL, extracting links from it and adding them to an unvisited list of URLs, This list of unvisited URLs is known as Frontier. The frontier is basically a agenda of a web crawler that includes the URLs of web pages which is not visited....   [tags: terminology, details, web] 786 words
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The Strategic Implications of Web Technologies - I. INTRODUCTION The web and the Internet as we know it today had experienced a vast trend of changes. In the early days of web technologies, the Internet was only comprised of simple web pages that displayed information, most of which were from scientific writings. As technologies become more mature, web sites were now able to display dynamic content, as well as to provide interactive elements on their web pages. However, there were no definite standards on how web technologies should be implemented, and thus the implementation of such advanced web technology features become quite difficult....   [tags: business, web pages, internet]
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The World Wide Web Analysis - The internet is something that we all use every day in our life. It can be used for endless possibilities like, checking your grades for school, or even sending someone an email. Everybody uses the internet for school projects, for work, or even just for your personal use. We, as humans, depend on the internet so much that I don’t think we can survive without it anymore. The internet has been an invention that has not only helped out society, but has also changed the world. The World Wide Web can be described in many ways....   [tags: internet, www, html, web] 548 words
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Various Scopes of Web Designing - ... With the inevitable need of internet sites for any website designing company Chennai, search for efficient net designers, is ever compelling. These professionals are needed in each field of business from massive firms to academics institutes, to little business to private uses. Here the web designer supposed to need knowledge in the HTML language and CSS. It contains domain name, perfect layout and hosting, design all kind of information can be handled in the certain sites. They are lots of jobs available for this career because lots of company is available in all over the world offering a web designing service for the customers or people can get a good experience towards it....   [tags: web, content, performance] 559 words
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How to Build a Web Page -   HTML & CSS To build a webpage you are going to need a few things • A text editor such as programs called Notepad++, Sublime text, Microsoft’s Visual Studio or ever just the notepad program that comes in Windows • A web browser like Google Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer For this tutorial you do not need any experience in HTML, CSS or any other web development experience. HTML stands for Hyper Text Mark-Up and is a scripting language used to make webpages. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheet and works alongside HTML to style the website, I will talk about CSS later on in this tutorial....   [tags: text editor, web browser, html]
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Knowledge Representation Using Semantic Web Techniques - The emergence of the World Wide Web (WWW) has brought exciting new possibilities in information access and electronic business. The WWW has grown to be the largest distributed repository of information ever created. Current estimates reveal that the Web currently contains about 3 billion static documents and being accessed by over 500 million users from around the world [6]. Web content consists largely of distributed hypertext and hypermedia, accessible via keyword-based search and link navigation....   [tags: Semantic Web]
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Multimedia Research: Web Tools - I will give you a brief introduction about the beginning of each of the sites, and a look into the history of them and why they have become so successful. How they have become some of the most popular web tools because of their usability and effective layouts that put them a step ahead for the advertising and developing industry. I will go in depth with the strengths and weakness of each tool, and I will compare them by looking at the usability and the accessibility. I will talk about the relevance of each site and the audience that you are likely to attract through each one....   [tags: facebook, youtube, liveleak, web tools]
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The Dependability of the Web - The Dependability of the Web A new age is upon us - the computer age. More specifically, the internet. There's no doubt that the internet has changed how fast and the way we communicate and get information. The popularity of the net is rising at a considerable rate. Traffic, the number of people on the web, is four times what it was a year ago and every thirty seconds someone new logs on to the net to experience for themselves what everyone is talking about. Even Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, a company that really looks into the future in order to stay ahead of the competition, said the internet is one part of the computer business that he really underestimated....   [tags: Web Internet Technology Essays] 1215 words
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Web Content Management System - To ensure that web design projects completed using the WordPress Content Management System are correctly updated and maintained, it is imperative that this guide is closely reviewed and followed. Definitions • Content Management System (CMS) - a computer program that allows for publishing, editing, and modifying content of a web site. The primary advantages of a CMS are a streamlined content creation processes and opportunities for customization and collaboration, all from a central online location....   [tags: world press, modifying content, web site] 748 words
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A Critique: Web-based Orientation Materials and Information Processing - Critique of Web-based Orientation Materials Based on the information that is known about orientation material as well as web-based training materials, I will now critique this platform and how it enhances or takes away from the processing of messages. This next section will look at five key areas: (1) the cost savings compared to traditional training, (2) the technology gap for those individuals that potentially lack in computer skills, (3) the users ability to work at an individual pace, (4) the engagement element of visual communication, and (5) over all processing of information in a web-based platform....   [tags: web-based plattforms]
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Amazon and eBay : The New Face of Web Services - 1. What are the purpose and business value of Web services. The aim is to connect the system, since Web users and business partners. In addition, the aim is to sell products on the platform and the site acts as a guide for their customers. In the other hand, creating a web service data will exchange between businesses in real time via the Internet. Therefore, this method may share business with suppliers, customers and other business partners with all the necessary information. To do this, they use an open standard protocol for communicating over the Internet....   [tags: web services, http, amazon, ebay]
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Primus Web Site Design - Primus Web Site Design The goals of the Primus Web site are to retain existing customers, draw new ones and lower Primus' customer support costs. To meet these goals the Web site is being designed around a multi-point value package, described below. Value Package The components of the value offering are: 1) Stress-free experience for site visitors and customers 2) Professional quality research 3) Readily available quotes, available via a variety of media 4) Tools to allow customers to manage their portfolios 5) Customized advisory services 6) Online investment "workshop" experiences Service Selection Process During the previous three quarters Primus selected service offerings based on avail...   [tags: Web Design] 1338 words
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The Gentle Art of Web Pages - The Gentle Art of Web Pages For the last millennium, adventurous souls have been accessing new and unfamiliar frontiers in search of adventure and a taste of the exotic. The last decade ushered in with it an appeal to the more intrepid members of this small group of people: The Internet. Access to this particular medium has hit an all-time high in the 1990's, and every tekkie has his own celebration of self occupying space on it. However, not all of the sites on the Internet are shameless celebrations of self....   [tags: Web Internet Design Essays Papers] 1036 words
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Review of Charlotte's Web by E.B. White - Review of Charlotte's Web by E.B. White ‘Charlotte's Web' by E. B. White was first published by Hamish Hamilton in 1952. It is a classic children's novel which won the 1970 Laura Ingalls Wilder Award (Amazon). It is beautifully written with a great mix of seriousness, excitement and comedy. Even though this book is now over fifty years old it is still a wonderful book for children as its main themes of friendship and hope will always be current. The story is about Wilbur, a runty farm yard pig, who is saved from death by Mr Arable's eight year old daughter, Fern....   [tags: Charlotte's Web White] 1180 words
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My Favorite Web Site and Why - My Favorite Web Site and Why Some Works Cited Missing In contrast to most of the other people in this class, I had never done any net surfing. So to prepare for this paper I explored the WWW for approximately seven hours. This helped to create an impression on me of what constitutes a good Web site. Finally, I decided on a favorite SF/CP Web site and I asked myself what made this site better than others. The Web site is dedicated to William Gibson (Foley) site which scrolls a picture of the writer on the site projecting an air of authority....   [tags: Analysis Web Design Essays] 1470 words
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Biography of W.E.B. DuBois - Biography of W.E.B. DuBois WEB Du Bois was born a free man in his small village of Great Barington, Massachusetts, three years after the Civil War. For generations, the Du Bois family had been an accepted part of the community since before his great-grandfather had fought in the American Revolution. Early on, Du Bois was given an awareness of his African-heritage, through the ancient songs his grandmother taught him. This awareness set him apart from his New England community, with an ancestry shrouded in mystery, in sharp contrast to the precisely accounted history of the Western world....   [tags: W.E.B. DuBois Writers Authors Essays] 657 words
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Creating an Interactive Web Site with CGI - Creating an Interactive Web Site with CGI Introduction The Internet explosion of the 1990’s has been one of the most revolutionizing business factors of the decade. The Internet allows individuals and businesses to reach each other more effectively at an increasingly lower cost. However, the most effective method of interaction is two-way interaction. This applies whether the interaction is between two people, a person and a business or two businesses. Basic HTML web pages allow for easy one way interaction....   [tags: HTML Web Page Creating Papers] 1977 words
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Web Page Analysis - Web Page Analysis While browsing the enormous variety of sites and home pages on the World Wide Web, it is difficult to compare and contrast items that do not have anything in common. How can we say the "Wall Street Journal page" is better than "Joe's Page of Craziness?" Therefore the first step in critiquing web pages is by determining their purpose. The goal of a web page can vary from presenting factual information such as the "CIA Page," or displaying one's own computer generated art. Hence, the only way to judge a page is by examining what it tries to accomplish, and how it achieves its goal....   [tags: Web Design Analysis Essays Papers]
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Web Reaches 100 Million Sites (With Teacher's Comments) - Web Reaches 100 Million Sites (With Teacher's Comments) I found this article to be quite interesting. We all know there is a lot of websites out there, but 100 million is a tough number to imagine. It is really amazing that after taking until 2004 to reach 50 million it only took a little over 2 years to reach double that. [statements of facts here. Who said it reach 50 million two years, why not 15 million in 20 years. You need a citation reference here.] I guess I would be a little bit late in the game to make the conclusion that the internet is here to stay....   [tags: Internet Web Research Paper] 1467 words
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Web Filtering - Web Filtering As the Internet continues to grow, so do the vast amount of information and resources that are available. The Internet is the driving force of the information super highway. From online banking to creating your own company to getting historical information about the American Revolution, virtually anything can be found on the Internet today. But because of the mass amount of information that is available there is also material that is not suitable for one to see. From online pornography sites to how to make a bomb these are just the few types of objectionable subject matter that can be found on the Internet....   [tags: Web Internet Censoring Computers Essays]
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Content Management System-The Web-Based Revolution - Content Management System-The Web-Based Revolution Abstract Most companies build or purchase a system for web site management in order that consumers can access a bunch of content conveniently. There is one of the most popular web site management systems, called "Content Management System". The Content Management System is a type of software package most successful companies utilize. In this paper, research concerning CMS will be presented as follows: an introduction and development of CMS, benefits of using CMS by users or companies, and how the CMS leads a company to succeed in an internet business....   [tags: Internet Content Management Web] 1657 words
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A Student Looks at Hate Speech and Hate Web Sites - A Student Looks at Hate Speech and Hate Web Sites Before delving into the ethics of hate sites, a definition of hate speech is required because it is the foundation of these 'hate sites.' Hate speech disparages someone because of an immutable characteristic of that person - such as his or her race, gender, or ethnicity. It's been around for many years, and was primarily confined to pamphlets, books, magazines, and flyers. These media channels were prohibitive. Publishing a single pamphlet could cost hundreds of dollars, assuming that some printer would agree to handle the job....   [tags: Sell Websites Buy Web Sites] 1611 words
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Web Authoring and Web Management - INTRODUCTION This is IM1024 – Web Authoring & Web Management report assignment, module leader by Ms. Johna Doe. I have prepared this documentation to report on my designed website. We are required to create a website of a Public Library. Basically we need to create the Home page, List of services, Library Collection, About and Contact us pages. We are expected to be creative when designing a website by including a function such as dropdown menu, checkboxes and many more. As an addition to my website, I have included some of the following pages: o Account o Membership o Season o Staff Picks o New Books I also enclosed the following document to complete this project: o Website’s sketches o...   [tags: design, navagation, html] 1668 words
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Unconditional Love in E.B. White's Charlotte's Web - Unconditional Love in E.B. White's Charlotte's Web In fantasy like Charlotte's Web, the animals are true to their natures, yet similar to people. They think and worry and love and hurt and laugh and needle one another as people do. In Charlotte's Web, human truths of friendship and love are revealed. I strongly agree with the statement that Charlotte is truly the ideal role model of unconditional love and will support my stand by highlighting Charlotte's selfless acts, contrasting her with Templeton, showing why he is the complete opposite of her, comparing her with other models of love such as Fern, Mrs....   [tags: English Literature White Charlotte's Web Essays]
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Comparison of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 - What Is Web 2.0. Web 2.0 is branded by open source and freeware. It is used a lot in blogs, tags, wikis, RSS. “Web 2.0 philosophies are about user generated content and rejecting passive browsing, it’s about customization and specialization.” (BuySellAds, 2013) What Is Web 3.0. It has been said that web 3.0 will allow people of automatous agents to perform tasks for some users. There will no longer be search engine, which searches towards the key words you enter, the search engine will be geared more towards the user....   [tags: source, freeware, content, browing]
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The Web Browser - What would a computer be like if the web browser was never created. What would the internet be like. What would the internet be used for without a way to browse it. The first web browser was developed by Tim Berners-Lee in the year 1991. It was called the WorldWideWeb. The second browser was developed by Marc Andreessen and Eric Bina in 1993. This browser was called the NCSA Mosaic and featured integrated graphics, something browsers didn’t have at the time that had an effect on all the browsers that came after it....   [tags: Technology]
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The Sticky Web - What is the greatest innovation of the twentieth century. The web. Something about this cobweb just captures the imagination of anyone who gets a glimpse of the possibilities made available. This has led to people spending more and more time online. It has altered the very way that civilization conveys basic day-to-day information. College students today have had easy access to the internet their entire lifetime. Nevertheless, the disadvantages of this popular time passer are steadily increasing, as the price for this activity we call ‘surfing the web’ has evolved into more than just the currency and time we spend each passing day....   [tags: Greatest Innovation, Internet, Technology]
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Web 0.1, Web 0.2, Social Collaboration and Crowdsourcing - When comparing web 1.0 to web 2.0, we are faced with many differences in the way they both operate and how we, as users of the internet, operate it. As technology advances it is clear that the internet will advance with it, and thus, the World Wide Web has altered from web 1.0 to 2.0. Here we are shown two images. On the left is the World Book Encyclopedia (during its web 1.0 format) and on the right is Facebook (web 2.0). When comparing the two, the difference between them is clear. With World Book Encyclopedia, the interaction between the online community and the webpage is limited....   [tags: internet technology, online benefits for business]
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History of the World Wide Web - History of the World Wide Web Tim Berners-Lee is the inventor of the World Wide Web, this great discovery happened in 1989, about 20 years after the first internet connections were established. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/history_of_the_Internet#ARPANET)) Berners was a software engineer at CERN, (HTTP://PUBLIC.WEB.CERN.CH/PUBLIC/) a large particle physics laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland. Thousands of researchers traveled to CERN to participate in experiments for extended periods and then return to their home facilities to crunch data....   [tags: data, computer, communication]
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Purpose and Value of Web Services - 1. What are the purpose and business value of Web services. Due to evolving of internet, web site can deliver HTML pages and centralized services to browser. Then, web site become more programmable that directly links to organizations, application, services, and devices with one another. Lastly, this programmable Web sites become more than static accessed sites which turn to reusable, an intelligent Web Services. So, the Web services can be defined as a set of technologies to standardize how applications communicate to each other....   [tags: internet, html pages, browsers]
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Development of the World Wide Web - World Wide Web Have you ever wondered who invented the World Wide Web. The answer is quite simple. The history of the World Wide Web, what a URL is what it contains along with what a web page contains are all important information when one is wanting to learn about the World Wide Web. We all know that the Internet is a source of all sorts of information. It’s like having a huge dictionary at your fingertips. In this day and age people are using the web for school, work, games, reading, weather, investments (Shelly and Vermaat)....   [tags: internet, page, url]
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Development of the World Wide Web - World Wide Web “The Web does not just connect machines, it connects people.” (Berners-Lee) The World Wide Web also known as W3 is worldwide collection of networks that links millions of businesses, government agencies, educational intrusions, and other individuals, often times using a URL. (Shelly and Vermatt COM 22) The World Wide Web didn’t just start out AOL; it goes back to 1967 first publication of ARPANET. ARPANET was developed under the direction of the U.S. Advanced Research Projects Agency....   [tags: interconnection, computers, html]
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The Importance of Audience In Web Logs - As an English Language Arts teacher, writing has always been a challenging area for students and myself. It is frequently difficult to motivate students to write as their audience is limited and often contrived. I have often thought that web logs would be a motivator for students, but through my limited involvement, found they fell short of my expectations. My implementation of this technology has been lacking something. However, Richardson, Overby and Zawilinsky all boast of the positive attributes of writing on a Web log by promoting discussion, providing an authentic audience and utilizing Web logs for reading and writing processes that promote higher level thinking....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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HTML5 - Is this where the web is heading? - Rendered Content In HTML5 a new element has been introduced. It is the canvas element (<canvas>). Invented by Apple’s Safari developer team [10]. This element is probably the most interesting, as it provides the foundation to replicate one of Flash’s main and initial selling point. The canvas element has been implemented into many of today’s browser, i.e., Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome, and many developers have started to create demos. There exists a website which I encourage the reader to visit, http://www.chromeexperiments.com, here are many interesting demos which demonstrate the power and capabilities of the canvas element....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Becoming an IT and Web Development - Career Research Paper: Since I was very little I used to enjoy surfing websites and using search engines to answer my questions. I was amazed at how easy internet makes our lives by connecting computers across different places and countries and how easily we can transmit information through World Wide Web. In 19th century, Charles Babbage developed the first computing device. Through the 20th century, Analog computers were used to meet more sophisticated needs of the people during this time....   [tags: career research paper]
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HTML5: The Future of The Web? - Introduction For the last 10 years the web has reinvented itself. Moving from static HTML pages filled with information to interactive information portals, where massive amounts of people contribute to improve each other and spread knowledge. The web was stale and static, presenting itself with only letters and inanimate images. This gave Adobe Flash and later Microsoft Silverlight; both are rich web application platforms for adding animation and interactivity to web pages, the ideal opportunity to take over and extend the development of the web design....   [tags: The Internet]
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The Unknown World of Web Design - ... This deep seeded hatred lead to a new project to bring HTML back. The results of this project were finally seen by the public in 2004 with the release of HTML5. HTML5 brought back the simple days were not every line had to be perfect and where shortcuts were a thing. HTML5 was also designed in a way that was more flexible than the original and could move with time. HTML5 brought the next generation of computers with new multimedia integration allowing for web developers to use new levels of multimedia....   [tags: career choices, career opportunities] 2234 words
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The Importance of Color in Web Design - Color is very important in web design. This is because when you invite someone over to your house you want them to not only see but to feel the vibe of the room or house itself. If the house is very appealing then you would want to visit it again, but if it wasn’t then you wouldn’t want to visit the house again. This goes along with websites perfectly. If a website is poorly designed or poorly colored then why would you want to come back. Another example going with the house idea is about the content that must match with the colors....   [tags: message, style, viewers] 516 words
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The Web in Art Education - In the last several years, a number of new technologies associated with the World Wide Web emerged. The term Web 2.0 is widely used to refer to these technologies that reflect substantial changes in the traditional model of how content for the Web is created and consumed (O'Reilly, 2005). What differentiates these technologies from previous aspects of the Web is the social interaction that is involved, the ability of users to create and disseminate content, the ability of the users to rate and "tag" content, and the free availability to anyone with Internet access (Freedman, 2006)....   [tags: Technology]
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A Career in Web Design - Web Design My occupation of choice is web designer, and I chose this because even though I don’t know everything about computers I am very fast at learning about them. It’s never too late to start this occupation and I know if I put time and effort into this\ I know I will love it and I can be good at it. As a web designer I will create and keep up with websites, including the layout, and function according to the client. (Web Developer) Web designing has really developed over time ever since the “World Wide Web” was created and it has visually improved as well as the speed and mobility....   [tags: computer languages, code]
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A Brief History of Web Design - Graphic Design/Web Design A brief history of web design. Web design has a very young history is similar to other areas such as graphic design and computer science. Although web design is also seen as both. It has made a huge impact in people’s everyday lives. It is very difficult to see a Internet without pictures, different types of themes, and music. Since 2000 and later the web has become much more integrated into people's daily lives, There have also been significant changes in the way people view and access websites, this has changed how sites are programmed and designed....   [tags: Graphic, Clients, Marketing] 766 words
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The Life and Writings of W.E.B. DuBois - William Edward Burkhardt DuBois, whom we all know as W.E.B. DuBois; was a novelist, public speaker, poet, editor, author, leader, teacher, scholar, and romantic. He graduated from high school at the age of 16, and was selected as the valedictorian, being that he was the only black in his graduating class of 12. He was orphaned shortly after his graduation and was forced to fund his own college education. He was a pioneer in black political thoughts and known by many as a main figure in the history of African-American politics....   [tags: Biography ]
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The Role of Insects in the Web of Life - When given the question “what good are bugs?” many people have nothing positive to say, as they only remember the bad things that bugs do; bees and wasps sting, ants get into homes, and spider webs are an eye sore. However, people tend to forget that bugs can do so many good things for the environments they live in. This includes pollinating flowers and other plants, decomposing plant debris and animals, helping control pest insect populations, and so much more. A constant lesson that has to be reinforced everyday so that everyone understands that not all bugs are bad and that many bugs do more than thought....   [tags: Insects Research Paper]
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What is a Web Browser - Internet Browsers Many people use the internet to get there information every day, but one question is what web browser to use to get the most out of what you are searching for. Well let’s start off as with what is a web browser. A web browser is a software application used to enable computer users find and enter web pages (What is a Web Browser?). A web browser allows a user to access videos, pictures and text information once a topic is searched (What is a Web Browser?). The first web browser was invented in the 1990 by Sir Tim Berners-Lee....   [tags: internet, white pages, research]
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Web Seal: Definition and Characteristics - WEB SEAL: DEFINITION AND CHARACTERISTICS The web seal is a form of assurance service represented by a stamp posted to websites that pass specific procedures. It is a unique logo available on websites to provide reasonable assurance to clients that it is a safe and secure website to undertake electronic business. The web seal represents the trust service developed jointly by both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Canadian Institute of Certified Accountants (CICA) to cut out the concerns the general public toward electronic commerce....   [tags: form of assurance service] 1612 words
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A Critique of the Flu.gov Web Page - In the Emergency Department the flu season seems is an incredibly busy time of year. Hospitals are faced with numerous people coming in with complaints of fever, body aches, nausea and vomiting, and the like. According to Thomas & Ademolu (2014), the influenza virus is responsible for 200,000 hospitalizations and 23,000 deaths in the United States per year. With this virus affecting so many patients it is imperative that there be adequate resources available to manage this disease. The following is an evaluation of Flu.gov....   [tags: health, flu season, influenza virus]
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Primary Source Material on the Web - Primary Sources on the Web Teaching with primary sources is not a new idea, but the ways in which to access these valuable sources has changed dramatically with the popularization of the Internet. More and more historical collections and archives are being digitized and made available online by governments, museums, and other educational and non-profit organizations. Now it is just a matter of training educators to locate, access and utilize the vast amount of primary source materials available in digital format....   [tags: Educational Technology, teaching]
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Semantic Web Services and Goals - In this section, we present the service discovery scenarios to evaluate and compare the current web services technology with our proposed framework for semantic web services using existing telecommunication industry data. The evaluated results are based on prototype implementation, using sample data of a leading telecommunication operator in Pakistan, which has its distributed computer centres in nine different cities of Pakistan (name is not cited for privacy conditions). We performed a typical process of interconnect settlement service discovery....   [tags: Information Technology] 905 words
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