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Interactive Hypertext for Interactive Readers

- Interactive Hypertext for Interactive Readers With every new advancement in technology the roles of the writer and the roles of the reader are changed; sometimes it is a small change and other times it can be a drastic transformation. In this modern age it seems the role that the reader or the audience plays is shifting significantly. I don’t think there has ever been a point in history where there was as much interactivity as there is currently. The main reason for this change in the reader’s role is the rapidly growing amount of hypertext being used....   [tags: Hypertext Internet Reading Essays]

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Hypertext as a Rhizome

- Hypertext as a Rhizome Hypertext is an innovative writing form that has been applied to many different facets of the internet. It provides flexibility for both authors and readers because of the way ideas are linked to one another. One of the most experimental forms is the hypertext novel. Until recently, readers were limited to only linear text. The introduction of hypertext allows for non-linear forms of text, which allow readers to move from one point in the text to another simply by clicking a link....   [tags: Literature Literary Essays]

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The World Wide Web as Social Hypertext

- Something curious is happening on the World Wide Web. It is undergoing a slow transformation from an abstract, chaotic, information web into what I call a social hypertext. Initially, I didn't pay much attention to the Web. After all, it was just a new take on distributed information server systems such as WAIS[8] and Gopher[1]. True, it was easier to use than WAIS, and the ability of Web browsers to display formatted text and graphics with embedded links made it more attractive and engaging than either WAIS or Gopher....   [tags: Technology ]

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Hypertext and Literature

- Hypertext and Literature        Hypertext is changing the way we read, write and conceptualize literature. Traditionally, the distance between reader and writer with written works is maintained by multiple levels of people, paper and time. Once a piece of work is published, the writer's responsibility basically ends; meanwhile, the reader is still responsible for knowing and understanding all of the references the writer includes in the work. Hypertext creates a hyper-extension of the work, basically giving it a life of its own....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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Is Hypertext the Future for Reading?

- Is Hypertext the Future for Reading. Hypertext has significantly altered the traditional role of the reader. It has provided an opportunity for the reader to become more engaged in the actual text the reader encounters. The reader now has the power to pick and choose topics they may want to learn more about by engaging in a multi-linear fashion of reading. A rather dramatic shift of power from the author to the reader allows the reader to construct their own personal path through a story, reading whatever strikes their fancy....   [tags: Teaching Writing Education Essays]

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Hypertext as a Medium for Writing

- Hypertext as a Medium for Writing This paper will compare and analyze theoretical ideas found in Hamlet on the Holodeck by Janet H. Murry focusing on Chapter 10 “Hamlet on the Holodeck” as it relates to hypertext as a specific medium for writing, and Writing Space by Jay David Bolter focusing on Chapter 7 “Interactive Fiction” and chapter 8 “Critical Theory in a New Writing Space” and their emphasis on digital poetry and the increased role of the reader in the reading process. The information taken from these two works will then be compared to the interactive hypertext webpage entitled “Heading South” by Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) English graduate student, Cheryl Ball....   [tags: Exploratory Papers]

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- Hypertext Hypertext has exploded into our literate world and here we remain: the same people, the same dirt and soil we’ve always known, the same surroundings, the same life we had yesterday. Unchanged, unaffected, undisturbed. Absolutely not. We are experiencing a cultural shift and an equally transformative revolution in consciousness in large part because of this elusive, mysterious, intelligence we call hypertext. What is this “thing” that is supposedly changing your life, you may be wondering....   [tags: Technology Electronics Essays]

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Hypertext and Spatial-Temporal Dimensions

- Hypertext and Spatial-Temporal Dimensions missing works cited Hypertext affords the user the ability to make decisions based on where he or she intends or needs to go, and to decide what information or images to process and what to disregard as opposed to what the author intends. The user is free to move around from link to link while constantly making decisions about what he wants to explore and what he deems unnecessary in his search; there is no correct path, rather all paths are relative to each individual user to what his preferences are....   [tags: Internet Essays Writing]

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Hypertext’s Influence on Authorship

- Hypertext’s Influence on Authorship The history of writing technologies has resulted in many changes in the way we view writing. One aspect of writing that that has seen a change as a result of writing technology is the notion of who can be a writer. Throughout history there seems to have been a trend writing technologies have followed. Each advancement in writing technology seems to have allowed authorship to a greater amount of people. First the invention of the book allowed for the first authors to record their ideas in a fixed medium....   [tags: Internet Authors Writing Essays Cause Effect]

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Hypertext and Literary Study

- Hypertext and Literary Study Hypertextual fiction (hyperfiction) and other hypertext applications are making their way into the literature courses where, Professor Larry Friedlander says, “learning has basically meant the study of texts,” in the form of the “printed word” (257). And these newer works, inseparable from their contemporary technologies, offer the possibility of a very different type of literary study than the one most English majors experience in traditional literature courses. Print and book technology perpetuate and validate linear experience, thought, and narratives, which buttresses a hierarchical educational structure that shapes the roles of writers, readers, teachers,...   [tags: Literature Education English Technology Essays]

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Hypertext Fiction

- Hypertext Fiction When you read a typical paper book, your job as the reader is simply to read what the author tells you and understand it. Printed books are a linear way of telling a story, where the author chooses the exact way the story should be told and interpreted. Jay David Bolter discusses in his book Writing Space that hypertext fiction will redefine the relationship between the reader and the author of a text. With printed text, the reader has a clearly defined role, where he or she takes in the story exactly as it is told with no say as to where it is going or how they should interpret it....   [tags: Exploratory Essays]

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The Differences between Hypertext and the Printed Page

- The Differences between Hypertext and the Printed Page Two painters, alone in the night, fervently work on their objets d’art. One, concerned with borders and lines, and the obviousness of it all, creates on her canvas a network of lines, circles, and primary colors. The other, thinking more about the medium (or rather the way she can master the colors and images), whimsically lets her hands wander on the surface, combining hues and smudging shapes. As the sun peaks its head over the hillside, each artist will have created her own oeuvre....   [tags: Art Painting Language Essays]

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The Distribution of Ink-Printed Text Versus Hypertext

- The Distribution of Ink-Printed Text Versus Hypertext While browsing Radiohead's website ( one particular page of hypertext caught my eye. This page displayed was what looked to me like a scanned-in copy of ink-print text, which read: How To Construct a Dadaist Poem by Tristan Tzara. I had heard of Dadaism previous to this discovery, but hadn't the slightest idea about the man who had authored these simple instructions on how to construct a dadaist poem. So with the help of my mouse and keyboard I quickly erased the Radiohead URL (Internet address) and typed in that of a search engine called Hotbot (   [tags: Internet Net World Wide Web Media]

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Beowulf From Early Anglo-Saxon Text to Hypertext

- Beowulf From Early Anglo-Saxon Text to Hypertext This paper describes the combined use of Mosaic and the World Wide Web as tools that will both allow scholars and researchers to examine ancient manuscripts without the risk of physical damage to the manuscripts, and facilitate greater general public access to the material. The British Library is currently engaged in a project to establish a full image archive relating to the transmission down the ages of one of the earliest known Anglo-Saxon poems: Beowulf (thought by some to have been written in the eighth century AD, and rife with fighting, slaying and mythical monsters), as part of its commitment to increase access to its collections, b...   [tags: Internet Medieval Literature Essays]

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The Plot of Hypertexts

- The Plot of Hypertexts It is quite possible that hypertext is the new literate medium of the future, arguably the present. Unlike its bound counterpart, hypertexts nonlinear. They do not follow a simply straight path from beginning to end, rather the audience is able to choose the information necessary to them and move on. According to Janet H. Murray, author of Hamlet on the Holodeck, “if we give the interactor complete freedom to improvise, we lose track of the plot,” (Murray, 196)....   [tags: Internet Technology Essays]

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Replacement of the Book with Computers

- The Book Is Dead. Long Live the Book. The book, so post-structuralists critics have long been assuring us, just isn't what it used to be—or, to be more accurate, what we used to think it was. It's no longer a discrete entity, a little world unto itself wedged between two covers, a piece of discourse that speaks to us with a unified voice, the work of an individual author. Instead, as critical discourse by the likes of Barthes (1979) and Derrida (1974) have informed us, the contents of one book or article are inextricably linked to dozens, even hundreds or thousands, of others, and its contents, in turn, are absorbed by other texts....   [tags: Reading Electronic Text]

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XML: Extensible Markup Language

- XML: Extensible Markup Language The World Wide Web is in the process of undergoing a radical change that allows new services and opportunities to businesses and individuals. HTML - the HyperText Markup Language - is a language that is predominately used to generate most of the web sites available today. Now, however, Extensible Markup Language is in the process of replacing HyperText Markup Language as the most favored format. Extensible Markup Language will allow the use and functionality of the web to continue to expand....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Interactive Media and Its Effects on Copywriting

- Interactive Media and Its Effects on Copywriting Interactive media and the World Wide Web have become an entirely new medium for advertising copywriters. As new innovations in computer technology arise, copywriters find the best ways to utilize interactive media for marketing their products, and sometimes, themselves. They have discovered several key marketing methods including hypertext, JAVA, and accuracy of information. According to Duif Calvin, author of "The Nintendo Generation," hypertext is the most important marketing tool for advertising on the web....   [tags: Communications Essays]

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Narrative Structure and Point of View in Julio Cortázar’s Hopscotch

- Narrative Structure and Point of View in Julio Cortázar’s Hopscotch Julio Cortázar’s Hopscotch is not simply non-linear fiction, as the novel provides an early precedent for many of the characteristics found in contemporary hypertext fiction. Readers familiar with electronic hypertext fiction will likely notice the similarities in narrative structure, point of view, and the postmodern tenet of form contributing to content. Cortázar writes in the Table of Instructions that Hopscotch contains 2 books mainly, likely meaning the different reading sequences; however, the first two sections, “From the Other Side” and “From This Side,” can be considered the different books to which Cortázar allu...   [tags: Julio Cortázar Hopscotch Essays]

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Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl

- Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl Patchwork Girl, a hypertext vision sewn together by Shelley Jackson, is a story and an account of the creation of a monster and the relationship the mind has with the monster within the technical boundary of lexia. The monster metaphorically was originally created by Mary Shelley in Frankenstein, but has now resurfaced in a layered identity with an opposing forum of complexity. Jackson has designed her version of the timeless tale from the female perspective by offering the reader not only a facet into the monster’s mind, but that of Mary’s, the girl’s, and of the author’s, which accounts for three female angles of perception....   [tags: Shelley Jackson Patchwork Girl]

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The Internet and Digitalization

- ... New developments in communication have similarly led newspapers and broadcast news to create websites from which they deliver. According to Boczkowski (2005), around 1995 newspapers relied on the Internet as their preferred non-print publishing environment; in 1998 more than 750 American newspapers offered their news on websites (Boczkowski, 2005). Recently, Newspapers have created online platforms to engage with the public, who is turning to a popular form of user-generated content, reader comments on newspaper websites, to participate in democratic discourse....   [tags: media, web-based-outlets]

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Scholarly Pursuit of Knowledge on the Web

-       When founding the University of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson had a vision that culminated in his creation of the Academic Village. This vision expressed his desire for an integrated educational environment, the encouragement of intellectual exchange across interdisciplinary boundaries, and the cooperative pursuit of knowledge.  The acceptance of the Internet, or Web, into mainstream culture can be seen to elevate Jefferson's vision to an entirely new level. Although it has existed for some time, this recent popularization of on-line sources has numerous implications for the means and breadth of the scholarly pursuit of knowledge....   [tags: Technology in Education Essays]

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Teaching Philosophy Via the Internet

- I defend the practical value of teaching undergraduate philosophy courses in the Internet. Three important objectives of philosophical education can be achieved as effectively by electronic means as in the classroom. First, information about the philosophical tradition can be conveyed by hypertext documents on the World-Wide Web. Second, philosophical dialogue can be conducted through participation in an electronic forum. Third, close supervision of student writing can be achieved by means of e-mail submission of written assignments....   [tags: Technology Education Learning Papers]

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Web Technology

- On March 2009, CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research celebrated the 
20th anniversary of the Web (CERN, 2009).With internet users accounting for 28.5% of the world population in June 2010 (Internet World Stats, 2011), the web's growth and use have become an integral part of modern day living whether for business or entertainment. Its impact and usage in today's world is even more remarkable considering its humble beginnings and origin. For many people the differences between the internet and the web are not clear and in many cases in day to day conversations these terms are used interchangeably to mean the same thing....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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The Complex World of Search Engines

- ... It is also sometimes used to let search engines know whether or not to follow links on the page (Search Engine Watch). Another essential programming language of any webpage is CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets. These “style sheets” are used to add styles, such as fonts, backgrounds, text sizes, et cetera, to one’s website (W3C). Without the use of style sheets, webpages would look very bland, having basically black text on a white background. If there were a “big three” for web programming languages, JavaScript would be one of them, the other two of course being HTML and CSS....   [tags: software robots, protocol, google]

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Marked Up Languages on Electronic Documents

- Markup Languages (HTML,DHTML,XML) Developed by Tim Berners-Lee in 1990, HTML is short for Hypertext Markup Language and is a language used to create electronic documents, especially pages on the World Wide Web that contain connections called hyperlinks to other pages. Every web page you see on the Internet, including this one contains HTML code that helps format and show text and images in an easy to read format. Without HTML a browser would not know how to format a page and would only display plain text with no formatting that contained no links....   [tags: internet, code, google]

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The History of the Internet and the World Wide Web

- The History of the Internet and the WWW 1. The History of the World Wide Web- The internet started out as an information resource for the government so that they could talk to each other. They called it "The Industrucable Network" because it was so many computers linked to gether that if one server went down, no-one would know. This report will mainly focus on the history of the World Wide Web (WWW) because it is the fastest growing resource on the internet. The internet consists of diferent protocals such as WWW, Gopher (Like the WWW but text based), FTP (File Transfer Protocal), and Telnet (Allows you to connect to different BBS's)....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The world wide web

- The World Wide Web “The Web does not just connect machines, it connects people” (Tim Berners-Lee). Tim Berners-Lee wanted to create a way for physicists to communicate information easily between one another. He ended up creating one of the most highly used pieces of software on the internet today and an incredibly versatile way of sharing information globally. The Web had become such a big part of our everyday lives that a lot of us would not know what to do without it. Some people do not fully understand what the Word Wide Web actually is though....   [tags: Tim Berners, internet, network, URL]

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The Futility of Web Censorship

- The Rabbit Proof Firewall News Item: Moses, A (2009,02,26). Web censorship plan heads towards a dead end. Brisbane Times, Retrieved 2009,03,02, from A. Presentation of the Issue In December 2007, the Australian government revealed plans to initiate an Australia wide filter for illegal and ‘questionable’ content on the Internet (ABC, 2007). Said plans were met with thunderous opposition and criticism (Moses, 2009), not only because of unfair censorship and possible government exploitation, but also because the filter could cripple Australia’s already comparatively slo...   [tags: internet, Rabbit Proof Firewall]

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Structuralism as a Literary Movement

- Structuralism as a literary movement first emerged in the 1960s in the field of linguistics. It expanded to other areas of studies as well by philosophers such as Louis Althusser in Marxist theory, Roland Barthes in literary studies, Jacques Lacan in psychoanalysis, Gerard Genette in narratology, and Claude Levi-Strauss in anthropology. This paper focuses on Strauss’s Structure and Dialectics, Genette’s Five Types of Transtextuality, and Barthes’s The Death of the Author....   [tags: linguistics, philosophers, life, god]

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Early Life and Career of Tim Berners-Lee

- ... He used these machines to power model trains. After attending Sheen Mount Primary School and south west London's independent Emanuel School he went on to attend The Queen’s College of the University of Oxford. He received a first-class degree in physics while attending. After graduating, he worked at a British telecommunication company known as Plessey in Poole. He helped create type-setting software for printers with D. G. Nash while working there in 1987. He later left the company to work as an independent contractor for CERN....   [tags: software engineer, www]

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The Future of On-line Journalism

- The Future of On-line Journalism Interactivity is what most separates on line news from traditional news. Indexicality (using hypertext links) is an important aspect of on-line journalism because it frees up space and time for the reader. People can explore international news and easily access the latest stories before the papers get to print, all at the click of a mouse. Many studies have been done on how people use web services. One of the major characteristics of such use is searching through different hyperlinks....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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The World Wide Web

- The World Wide Web Communication--it is a fundamental part of our everyday lives. It characterizes who we are, what we do, and how we relate to others in society. It is a very powerful tool that holds many different uses for our basic needs and survival. At a very simplistic level, it is key in attaining our very basic needs for survival. In that respect, it is key in achieving all needs in Maslows hierarchy. Its uses and possibilities endless. Over time, the discoveries that have been made in relation to communication have been revolutionary in that they have changed the way we live and act dramatically....   [tags: Internet Technology Computers Essays]

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Free Awakening Essays: An Analysis of The Awakening

- An Analysis of The Awakening The first thing I would like to do is go through and pick out the chapters I found to be significant in the novel. Chapter 1: *there is symbolism of a well trained “caged” bird, (like we read in the hypertext) which represents what wives were to be in Edna’s lifetime *well trained *speaks of pleasantries *begins with Summer a time of beauty, fullness and fruition *Grand Isle *vacation from New Orleans life (imprisonment) *ends at Summer after 1 yr *this vacation follows Edna back to New Orleans where she gradually begins to see how trapped she really is *it is after this vacation that Edna begins to “awake” Chapter 2: *Edna was from Kentucky and married...   [tags: Chopin Awakening Essays]

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The Future of Print and Cyberculture

- The Future of Print and Cyberculture As our class learned from the last assignment in which we created a writing technology, the introduction of new technology can change the way that people operate on a day-to-day basis. Inventions like the automobile and the television, for example, have forever changed the culture in many countries. However, no invention has changed the world more than the computer. In fact it has been the computer that has made the most recent technological phenomenon, the Internet, possible....   [tags: Writing Writers Technology Essays]

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The Changing Roles of the Reader and Writer in the Literature

- The Changing Roles of the Reader and Writer in the Literature The continuing emergence of innovative writing technologies allows people to express themselves and communicate in countless different ways from years past. With these new technologies comes a change in many of our learning and social traditions. The most important change is the metamorphosis taking place in the online literary world. The line between author and reader has become blurred as more and more technology-driven literature, like hypertext fiction, has become interactive....   [tags: Internet Technology Writing Essays]

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Computer Programming has a Large Effect on the Outlook of Technology

- Living in a modern society, technology continues to advance in ways that many would think impossible many years ago. Technology continues to aid the human race in many ways; such as making communication possible across continents within seconds, helping develop new medicines for previously incurable diseases, and completely tasks that would take hours to do by hand. However, technology does not just develop on its own as an intelligent being, but it continues to be molded by those that work in the field of computer science, computer engineering, and computer programming....   [tags: programmers,computer science,web master]

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- THE SYSTEM DESIGN TOOLS – PHP AND MySQL Technology that harnesses and perhaps brings out the best and redefines the very way working is done has got lot to be talked upon. Because what was thought just a gradual process of logics and application is today dominating the every sector of life no matter how diminutive it may be. Perhaps that’s the irony of present day, where there are numerous technologies that have actually redefined the very way of working and the way they are anticipated. For the current project pertaining to elite institution web site which pledges to bridge the communication gap between the students and teachers, there were many options which could provide a comfortable int...   [tags: Information Technology]

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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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Internet Communications Unit Web101 Class Reflection

- Using various Web 2.0 tools such as Blackboard, Twitter, blogs and online media, students in the Bachelor of Internet communications Unit Web101 discussed a variety of topics over the course of thirteen weeks. These topics ranged from the advent of the Internet to the current shift towards the connective experiences of Web 2.0. This reflection will cover a selection of some of the better known Web 2.0 platforms and tools covered in the unit, the way in which these enhance collaboration and communication, and some of the ways in which this might have the potential to impact upon the everyday user....   [tags: Reflection]

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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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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]

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The Issue of Jurisdiction in Cyberspace

- Q) What is cyberspace. How can jurisdiction be assumed in cyberspace. Introduction “Cyberspace” is a term which is now frequently used among people. Through the advent of computers and especially the internet, our very lives have changed dramatically. Now starting from acquiring information to complex online transactions involving billions of dollars have become possible due to the cyberspace. The term “Cyberspace” was used for the first time by William Gibson in his book “Neuromancer” written in 1984....   [tags: internet, law, crime]

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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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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. ( 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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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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The History of Information Retrieval

- Nowadays, information is the cornerstone of the modern enterprise and the web became the largest and most accessible information resources. The ability to gather, arrange, manipulate information with computers has given practice as well as for business people in order to manage information in an effective way. Information retrieval is a process and techniques of searching and interpreting information in order to store the data for easy retrieval when needed. The development of information retrieval systems is reviewed from its early history to the present time....   [tags: Theory, Article Analysis]

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Electronic Resources for Nineteenth Century Studies

- Electronic Resources for Nineteenth Century Studies Electronic resources in nineteenth century studies (and the humanities generally) might best be described at the moment in terms of promise and peril. I say "at the moment" because, as we all know, any statement about electronic texts that is true today may be false tomorrow. I say "promise' because, as we also know, electronic media are promising wonders that could only have been dreamed of five years ago: searchable databases of an almost inexhaustible size and variety, immediate access to colleagues and scholars around the world; webs of content, context, and hyper linked materials that connect to an almost dizzying array of informatio...   [tags: Electronics Education Essays]

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HTML Language

- HTML Language HTML – Hypertext Markup Language HTML is the language for publishing hypertext on the World Wide Web. This scripting language can be created and processed by a wide range of tools, from simple plain text editors - to sophisticated WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) authoring tools. HTML uses tags to structure text into headings, paragraphs, lists, hypertext links etc. A convenient way to automatically fix markup errors is to use the HTML Tidy utility. This makes the document easier to read and edit....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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New Communication Interactivity

- The Australian newspaper was first released by Rupert Murdock on July 15, 1964. Its release instigated a change in the way news, in particular, the printed press, was communicated within Australia. By becoming a national newspaper and attempting to capture a slice of the traditional newspaper markets, The Australian was seeking to express its 'passion for change and improvement.' Http://,5746,About+this+paper^^TEXT,00.html (2002). The Internet has come about through the continued development of new communication technologies....   [tags: Functions of Communication]

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“As We May Think”

- It is obvious that Bush viewed and approached the dissemination of information as just as much a science as physics or engineering, and that he was a scientist first and foremost. (He also resembled Max von Sydow, but that is beside the point.) Throughout “As We May Think,” the comparisons are there, and he speaks very highly of the sciences and the benefits they have brought our world. He recognized that the sciences and their results are only as good as the ability scientists have to record their findings and share them with the rest of the world, and that at the time the article was written, the methods for the recording, storage, and retrieval of that information were severely insufficie...   [tags: Article Analysis]

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The Architecture of Cyberspace

- The word architecture has many different connotations including the construction of buildings and the planning or engineering of parts to make up a structural composition. In relation to computers, it is the style and fundamental groundwork, allowing people on a mass scale to communicate globally with one another via protocols; a universal programming language, interconnecting an infrastructure of networks (AKA the Internet to you and me). There are many components of website architecture; Internet service providers, Web browsers/URLS, Web hosting services, domain names, proxy servers, and even the World Wide Web....   [tags: Internet]

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The Evolution and Growth of the Internet

- The Evolution and Growth of the Internet Many years ago a network was born having several computers connected and now, that same network has millions of computers connected at all times, it's called the Internet. This paper will explain the evolution and growth of the Internet. I will offer a guided tour though the evolution of the Internet and explain what this effect has on its growth and popularity. It's like a plague growing across the world, signs of its growth are seen everywhere. The Internet was started as an experiment to test networks to try and develop a network that could survive a nuclear attack....   [tags: Papers]

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The Evolution of the Internet

- The Evolution of the Internet So you believe Al Gore created the Internet. Well that’s not possible, because I did. Yes, it’s true, a few years ago I was sitting in my basement with nothing to do and suddenly the idea came to me: why not create an inter-connected network of networks that will allow users to send mail instantly, download copyrighted songs, and order pizza, all from the comfort of their own living room. OK, so maybe I didn’t exactly invent the Internet, but neither did Al Gore....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Writing Cannot be Altered by Technology

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Cyber-Learning To Make Cyber-Teachers

- Cyber-Learning To Make Cyber-Teachers Cyber-culture is a large group of people the majority of which are young. This is because the internet's prominence is new. Fifteen years ago very few people were on-line at home. Children who have grown up with the Internet are more likely to use it as a tool for learning and communicating; they had the choice of not writing by hand, of always emailing instead of phoning. People who grew up without the Internet did not have that choice; there was a time when they had to write by hand, when they had to use the phone....   [tags: Internet Education Learning Essays]

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- A very common question that often arises is ‘When was the Internet developed or invented?” That is a good question, one that is hard to define as it has many multiple answers. The Internet, including the World Wide Web (WWW), is perhaps one of the greatest inventions of our time. Without a doubt, it has had a profound effect on almost every aspect of our lives. The formation and implementation of the Internet has changed the way we do business, communicate, entertain, retrieve information, and even educate ourselves....   [tags: essays research papers]

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- In the early 60’s, a group of visionaries anticipated the very idea of the Internet that shortly after the cold war, the U.S Department of Defence (DOD) began to realize the incredible potential value that shall come from a control center system that protects the flow of information between in case of nuclear attacks, by establishing a network of computers geographically distributed and sharing data. So, they funded the Advanced Research Project Agency (APRA) to start a project (Bellis, 2011). APRA proceeded with the idea as a military experiment....   [tags: Internet]

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Boutique Networks Scenario

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A Brief History of The Printing Press and Communication

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A Diet of Worms in the Digital Age

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Problems Facing The World Wide Web

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The Most Influential Audio-Visual Technological Discovery

- The Most Influential Audio-Visual Technological Discovery In order for something to be the most influential discovery ever it must follow certain criteria. I'm defining the word discovery to be synomous with invention in that it is something that was "happened upon" and developed and didn't necessarily exist for all time. In order to be the most influential it must permeate every part of our lives, from leisure, education, business, and travel, to the very social system itself. It must be capable of world wide use and also improve life both orally and visually for all members of society....   [tags: Internet Benefits]

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How the Media Affects My Life

- How the Media Affects My Life One thousand six hundred and eighteen minutes. One thousand six hundred and eighteen was spent by me, on my computer, in three days. That seems to be a lot of time when you think about it, probably just about twenty seven hours. How could all that time be spent at as single machine like a PC. One of the best features of the PC is that you can use many different media forms at one time. I use my PC for communication with my boyfriend who goes to SUNY Albany, to check my email for letters of annoyance from my parents, and to provide me with entertainment....   [tags: essays papers]

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Digital Attachment: Praise for the Internet

- Digital Attachment: Praise for the Internet For the past few years, the digital world has captured my attention. A creation made in 1969 by the Defense Department has become my release from reality; a way to explore, learn, and discover something new day after day. The Information Super-Highway is my community. As with almost everything, being attached to something so strongly has both positive and negative effects. For some people, the Internet is nothing more and nothing less than a bundle of information....   [tags: Papers]

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- Human Centric Computing: Algorithm Animation To many computer science students, algorithms are evil incarnate. They are hard to learn, understand, and teach. So, is there any way to make this difficult (and rather important) aspect of computer science easier. I believe that if algorithm animations are not a step in the right direction then maybe we need to change the direction. Algorithm animation is just a small piece of the software visualization puzzle. Software visualization is "the visualization of computer programs and algorithms" (Price 4)....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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- Newspaper designers have a huge canvas to play with. Their designs can be striking and yet intricate and pack much more impact than a web page; especially because the entire double-page spread is in-your-face in a fraction of a second. Wham, here's the news. The page in the figure is a great example of the possibilities in print: a large, high-resolution map sets the stage for a story about Chile and does double duty as an information graphic for several data nuggets. More data is visualized in smaller graphics around the page....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Benefits of Web Publishing

- The Benefits of Web Publishing Before the advent of the World Wide Web, the means to share opinions and ideas with others easily and inexpensively was limited to classroom, work, or social environments. Generating an advertisement or publication required a lot of expense. Today, businesses and individuals can convey information to millions of people by using Web pages. Web publishing is the process of developing and maintaining, and posting Web pages. With the proper hardware and software, Web publishing is fairly easy to accomplish....   [tags: Internet Online Communication Essays]

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Dishonest Linking and Framing

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Interactive Fiction: Computer Games

- Interactive Fiction: Computer Games When I read a good novel I always imagine myself participating in the events, going on the journey with the characters. I can still clearly remember the first time I finished The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. I was 9 at the time, and the books had a great effect on me. When the story ended, it seemed like I had been along for the ride. Yet I had been involved in the action only as a bystander, nothing more than a ghost watching things happen, unable to effect the events that occurred or interact with the characters I had grown attached to....   [tags: Interactive Fiction Essays]

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History Of The Internet

- History of The Internet The Internet is a worldwide connection of thousands of computer networks. All of them speak the same language, TCP/IP, the standard protocol. The Internet allows people with access to these networks to share information and knowledge. Resources available on the Internet are chat groups, e-mail, newsgroups, file transfers, and the World Wide Web. The Internet has no centralized authority and it is uncensored. The Internet belongs to everyone and to no one. The Internet is structured in a hierarchy....   [tags: essays research papers]

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How The Internet Works

- How The Internet Works What is the Internet. The Internet is a world-wide network of computers. It is an Information Superhighway that carries traffic to and from a collection of servers-- remote computers that handle requests for data and information, much like the waiter in a restaurant that takes orders for food. This collection of servers distributed all over the world and is called the World Wide Web (WWW). Servers respond to clients-- computers that request information, much like a customer in a restaurant orders food from the waiter....   [tags: Papers]

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