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World Wide Creativity

- World Wide Creativity What comes to mind upon hearing "hacker" or "geek?" In many cases, one will envision a male in his late teens who wears dark clothes, is antisocial, sits in front of a computer screen, and breaks into computer systems illegally. While such people do exist, they are more accurately called "script kiddies" or, depending on severity of infraction, "crackers." Hackers, in the general sense, merely enjoy "the intellectual challenge of creatively overcoming or circumventing limitations" ("Hacker")....   [tags: Geeks Computers Internet Essays]

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Tim Berners-Lee: The World War Web

- ... In 1984, he took up a fellowship at CERN, to work on distributed real-time systems for scientific data acquisition and system control. Among other things, he worked on FASTBUS system software and designed a heterogeneous remote procedure call system. His first invention was barely noticed and on August 6, 1991 he opened his own website to the public where he posted instructions on how to create web servers and provided all the software he created for free. At first when he he declined all offers to make a profit off of his invention claiming that the web should remain an open space, and equally accessible to every computer user, without charging fees for the use of patented software....   [tags: client server, urls, https, html]

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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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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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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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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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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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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]

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Web 2.0 and the World

- From the blogosphere with all its myriad opinions, the podcast with voices raised for the simple sake of being heard, the user-uploaded video network with its sheer variety of content, the constantly changing face of the Wiki, to the clockwork movement of APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) that keep the mobile user up-to-date with all these things, Web 2.0 is an entity that has made itself at home in the modern world. The term "Web 2.0" has come to include all these things, as the Internet has made the transition from a place where you go to look around, to a place where you go to interact with other people....   [tags: Social Networking ]

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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 http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/news/technology/web-censorship-plan-heads-towards-a-dead-end/2009/02/26/1235237821636.html 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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Graduate Program in web Designing

- Computers can be considered the eighth wonder of the world. Their use has become indispensible in every field – Communication, Database Systems, Banking, Robotics, Medicine, Vehicular Systems and what not. The World Wide Web and Internet has brought a new revolution across the world bringing the people closer through a plethora of networking applications such as chat, video conferencing, social networking and e-mail. When my father brought the first computer, a Pentium 3 processor, I was so amazed seeing the GUIs of the websites and the Windows have always attracted me....   [tags: learner, program, browsing]

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History of Web Design

- ... HTML 3 was revolutionary, as it finally opened up the doors to real website customization. Designers now had the ability to use animated images, and colorful backgrounds. Then Flash was introduced as well, which changed the entire scene of web design. No longer was everything static and dull; things were moving and colorful, and the web became a much more appealing place. Now we have HTML 5, which fixed most syntax errors in both HTML 4 and XHTML 1.1. HTML 5 is made to create a language for both HTML and XHTML....   [tags: internet, HTML, new scripting languages]

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Computer and Web Ethics

- The focus of this research paper will be on computer and web ethics. How computers have impacted us in the last few years and how our web ethics should be. We will be breaking down computer ethics and web ethics. Although many people think that the computer is a very recent development, it actually has a long history that demonstrates how quickly the computer industry changes. History provides a context for how far we have come with computers in a relatively short period of time. Most importantly, by understanding computer history we can gain a better and deeper understanding of today's computing environment....   [tags: Internet Ethics ]

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Web 2.0 versus Pedagogy

- Web 2.0 is an advance technology which many people used for communication such as blogs, social networking, entertainment and gaining of information about specific issue, events and people. It facilitates an interactive and collaborative application, user centered design and developing World Wide Web (Rad, 2007). This system is not originally intended for teaching a learning purpose but previously some educators was attracted to use this as an educational tool. (Peltier, 2009) Voice thread Integration of literacy and technology is very helpful for learners to fully understand the specific information and as well as in the side of educators that will improve their teaching strategy through...   [tags: Technology, Voice Thread]

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The Web and Education

- The Web and Education I read somewhere that everybody on this planet is separated by only six other people. Six degrees of separation. Between us and everybody else on this planet.(1) —John Guare The Chronicle of Higher Education recently reported that Internet researchers at the University of Notre Dame (Barabási, Albert, and Jeong, 1999) discovered that, on average, due to the hypertext links, any two Web pages are only 19 clicks away from each other. The research loosely follows the earlier work of Stanley Milgram, a social psychologist at Yale University....   [tags: Teaching Learning Technology Papers]

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Cyberpunk on the Web

- Cyberpunk on the Web Finding information on the World Wide Web can hardly be called troublesome; most of the time it's as easy as clicking a button. However, finding information that one would consider good or visually appealing seems a more difficult task. Many times web designers throw meaningless fluff onto the medium, not bothering to think about the cleanliness of the work or the aesthetic value of the overall creation. The World Wide Web holds more than just data, it holds images; images intertwined with the information to build a lasting image of the work....   [tags: Websites Internet Design Essays Papers]

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Web Query

- 7.1. Web Query World Wide Web can be taken as a directed graph. The complete graph topology is unidentified but the navigation activities on WWW predict the vertices and edges of its directed graph structure. Web Query is used to dig out web pages from the web. Web Query represents a graph-like structure with constraints on some of its vertices and edges which are matched against the Web. A web query may take both textual and pictorial forms. Textual formulation of the web query enables the user to express any complex web query accurately....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Web Browsing Shortcomings

- 5.1 Introduction World Wide Web has become a global source of information sharing and exchange. With a tremendous increase in volume of data available on web, it becomes difficult to locate relevant information. Thus it is needed to recognize some effective and efficient tools for information consumers, who must be able to easily locate and manipulate information on the web [37]. At present information retrieval mechanism is comprised of two tactics i.e. browsers and search engines. There are certain shortcomings of this information retrieval phenomenon....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Web 2.0

- Web 2.0 is the term given to the shift from a mostly read only web to the interactive and user- generated content we know today. Programs and applications on the web and the advent of high-speed connections make it easy for the average person to upload, create, and publish content. Conversations happen when readers comment on blog posts or a news articles. Interactivity occurs when you ‘like’ or ‘dislike’ a page or a link, and people are connecting while they read and share. Subsequently networks and communities form around asynchronous conversations, all made possible by the invention of the Internet and the World Wide Web....   [tags: Information Technology]

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Web Censorship

- In today’s society nothing can be taken for granted when it comes to accessibility of available information on the World Wide Web, or the internet to most of us. When Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau joined forces back in 1990, after both proposing the use of hypertext systems, to create the World Wide Web, neither could have predicted what they were opening the world up to. This available technology has provided ample amounts of benefit to businesses and society as whole. The one thing not taken in consideration is the ethical, social, and political issues that would arise from the use of it....   [tags: The Internet]

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Web Browsers

- Web Browsers The very first web browser dates all the way back to the early 90’s, invented by Tim Berners-Lee called WorldWideWeb and was later renamed Nexus. In 1993 a guy by the name of Marc Andreesen had created a browser that was easy to use and install; it was called Mosaic and later on becomes Netscape. Both Tim and Marc’s ideas helped to create a building block for the internet browsers that we use to this very day (History of the web browser, 2013). AOL Inc. is a corporation based in New York City and they develop, grow and invest in websites....   [tags: internet, AOL, microsoft]

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The Essentiality of School Club Web Sites

- Every school club should have a web site. The Internet is a colossal, extensive, and globe-spanning apparatus in our lives. You can find indications of the Internet everywhere you turn. According to Centerspan, a comprehensive source of transplant information, the Internet is a “worldwide collection of computer networks, cooperating with each other to exchange data using a common software standard.” It is so immense that there are approximately 2 billion Internet users according to the 2011 statistics of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)/Information & Communications Technology (ICT) Indicators database....   [tags: Education]

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Hip Hop Artists ' Web Usage

- Hip-Hop artists ' Web usage As the 20th century gave way to the new millennium, major labels began to experience sharp declines in record sales, primarily due to the growing popularity and use of peer-to-peer file sharing. In an effort to offset revenue lost to illegal downloading, record companies began to change the language of contracts signed by aspiring artists. As a result of this attempted paradigm shift by record labels, fewer recording contracts were offered to Hip-Hop artists and those that were offered were even more favorable to record companies than had been the norm prior to the ascent of file sharing....   [tags: Record label, Music industry, Hip hop music]

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Impact Of Globalization On The Business World

- The business world has never seen a better time than now. With the world wide web, technology and cheaper transportation options, we are seeing more and more growth within the business world, with the potential for even further growth. However, it is also a scary time as unprecedented roads are being found in the midst of it all. That brings new, untouched issues to all sectors of an organizaion. The impact can be felt all around them and do not appear to be lessening anytime soon. So what are some of the impacts of globalization, you may ask....   [tags: Western world, Western culture, Culture]

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Impact Of Globalization On The World

- Though the world is discovered to be round physically, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the world is round in the technology and business aspect. In fact, there are many reasons that prove the world is indeed getting flatter and flatter as time goes on; as more countries gain access to the internet, resources, and therefore knowledge, anyone from anywhere on the world is now gaining the ability to compete with the top leading nations such as the United States. As information and technology expand globally, the economy will be completely “flattened” in the future....   [tags: The World Is Flat, Globalization, Thomas Friedman]

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A Web Page

- A Web Page A web page is an electronic document written in a computer language called HTML, short for Hypertext Markup Language. Each web page has a unique address, called a URL, short for Uniform Resource Locator, which identifies its location on the network. A website has one or more related web pages, depending on how it's designed. Web pages on a website are linked together through a system of hyperlinks, so that you can jump between them by clicking on a link. On the Web, you navigate, popularly knowing as surfing, through pages of information based on what interests you at that particular moment....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Hijacking the Web

- Hijacking the Web There are certain things we take for granted. The sun will rise in the morning. I will go to class from 8 to 9:30 in the morning. My cat will greet me at the door when I get home. I will start up Internet Explorer, and Yahoo.com will appear as my homepage. All of those events happened last Tuesday except for one. As a frequent user of the Internet, I like specific settings for the programs I use. I have personal preferences set for AOL Instant Messenger, Outlook Express, and especially for Microsoft Internet Explorer....   [tags: Browser Hijacking Internet Technology Essays]

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The Web Unwoven

- Introduction The WWW and the Internet are joined at the hip. The two are not separate—at least today. (Galbreath, 1977).(1) Most graduate students today, especially those of us majoring in Instructional Technology (IT), use the World Wide Web (WWW or Web) and the Internet (Net) for research. However many students do not know exactly how the Web came about nor do they understand its relationship to the Internet. Students, along with the general public, often consider the words Web and Internet interchangeable, meaning one and the same thing, primarily for the reason that Galbreath mentions above—the two seem joined at the hip today....   [tags: Expository History Interenet Essays]

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Web Mining Using Machine Learning: A Survey

- Abstract: Due with the exponential growth of information on the web, web is becoming the primary source of information for everyone. As the numbers of user increasing, organizations are making their data available on the web on daily basis. Web contains structured and unstructured information that can provide meaning full insight into the web data. Due to the sheer volume and dynamic nature of web data manual extraction of knowledge is an uphill task therefore an automatic information extraction techniques with good accuracy are needed to utilize the full potential of the web as information resource and organizing and describing the web content is essential....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Java Web Services Technologies: Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) and Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS)

- ... The Metro stack consisting of JAX-WS, JAXB, and WSIT, enable you to create and deploy secure, reliable, transactional, interoperable Web services and clients. The Metro stack is part of Project Metro and as part of GlassFish, Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE), and partially in Java platform, Standard Edition (Java SE). GlassFish and Java EE also support the legacy JAX-RPC APIs." In today's technologically driven society, Web Services are quickly becoming the most pertinent technologies in computer software, e-business and communication industries....   [tags: applications components]

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An Overview of Web Development and Design

- An Overview of Web Development and Design According to World Wide Web pioneer Timothy Berners-Lee, the World Wide Web's initial purpose was to provide "an interactive world of shared information through which people could communicate with each other and with machines" (1996: p 1). Originally developed at the European Center of Nuclear Energy (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland, the Web emerged in 1989 as a way for Dr. Berners-Lee and some of his distant associates to work on particle physics projects....   [tags: Computers Technology Technological Paperes]

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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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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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The Advantages of Using Web 2.0 Tools in Education

- Introduction As an educator in the 21st century the students desire an education that is both meaningful and engaging. The big question is how can educators ensure that this happens. The answer may be to incorporate the use of technology or more specifically with the use of Web 2.0 tools. Web 2.0 has various strengths and benefits for promoting successful learning yet educators are not always aware of the various resources and tools available to them. This study will go in-depth to discover how Web 2.0 tools can be used for education, even in the early childhood years....   [tags: education, internet]

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Who is watching us on the web?

- Who is watching us on the web. I. Background P.R.China is a communist country with rather strict control over its citizens' political activities. The decentralized Internet - which is growing extremely quickly in mainland China - puts a new challenge to our Chinese government, who was used to have fully control over newspapers, television, and any other media. In 2001, approximately 52.38 million Chinese visited world famous searching websites google and AltaVista according to CNN. In Jun 2002, China blocked Google and AltaVista along with other famous Chinese websites hosted in the United States like Wenxuecity, Chinesenewsnet, and Dajiyuan....   [tags: China Censorship Internet Papers]

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My Passion for Visual Arts and Web Design

- The term visual arts can have different meanings. To some it is a passion, to others it is just a job. To me it is just a new and growing hobby that I would love to turn into a passion and a job. Just recently I have been reunited with my love for art and design. When I was in 5th grade, I was put into an advanced drawing class against my will and I have grown to enjoy it and then became very good at drawing. Eventually I was exposed to the internet and web design. I found it very hard and quit....   [tags: Computer, Internet, Technology]

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Cell Phones and Computers Have Changed the World

- Technology has changed the world drastically through the use of cell phones and computers. They have completely revolutionized today’s society. Life is more convenient now than when technology was less advanced. The improvement in health, research, communication, transportation, education and human personalities have greatly influenced life. Almost every American has a cell phone or computer that gives them access to text, call, take photographs or videos, download music, use internet and several other features that make living easier....   [tags: Impact of Technology on World]

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Creationism for Kids on the Web

- Creationism for Kids on the Web How is it that this age old question of evolution versus creation can turn otherwise friends and colleagues against one another. Much of it has to do with the very fact that we are discussing the matter and how it relates to children. It seems that much of the controversy that is stirred up by this issue revolves around how children will perceive Darwinian “social teachings” or social Darwinism. Will studying evolution corrupt the morals of school-aged children. I began my research pondering the following: Can children that look at website-based material learn the latest material from both a scientific and biblical perspective....   [tags: Religious Issues Internet Science Essays]

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Shaping the Web: Why the Politics of Search Engines Matter

- Over the past decade or so, an increasingly amount of information has been published and communicated over the World Wide Web. Search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing have become the most important gateways to access the web. Mainly, the ultimate goal of a search engine site is to provide personal and relevant results to the user. However, search engine sites have developed a few ethical issues that leads to favoring of certain kinds of sites over others in the lists of results they return to consumers in their response to search queries....   [tags: article analysis, google, gateways]

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Finding God on the Web

- Finding God on the Web Almost overnight, the electronic community of the Internet has come to resemble a high-speed spiritual bazaar, where thousands of the faithful and equal numbers of the faithless- meet and debate and swap ideas(Ramo p.181). As far as history goes back, religion has been a very present, powerful force bringing people together to rejoice and celebrate and at the same time driving them into wars of hatred. On a much smaller scale, a similar circumstance of today is the argument that technology both brings people together and tears them apart....   [tags: Religion Internet Technology Essays]

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Intergrating the Worldwide Web into 21st Century Classrooms

- In 1995, Professor Bernie Dodge and Thomas March developed the WebQuest strategy for integrating the World Wide Web into 21st century classrooms. Dodge (1995), originally defined a WebQuest as ‘an inquiry orientated activity in which some or all of the information that learners interact with comes from sources on the internet.’ The WebQuest definition revised by March (2003) intends to incorporate the critical attributes of real WebQuests to facilitate the transformation of information into a newly constructed, assimilated understanding....   [tags: WebQuest Strategies, Elements]

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Web Design

- Web Design Web site design is a vast and complex topic. Explaining the tools and techniques of web design would be a very laborious process for the author and the reader, and a novice would surely loose interest quickly. Understanding this, focus will be put on the comprehensive methodology of successful Web design. First off, it is important to fully understand what the World Wide Web is before dissecting the field of Web design. The World Wide Web may go down as the single greatest human invention ever....   [tags: Internet Cyberspace Computers Essays]

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Web Design

- Web Design Introduction When the Internet and World Wide Web were first created, they were designed a research tools and for the distribution of information through information systems networks. But as the use of the Web has become increasingly more complex, the focus on Web pages and their design has initiated a number of major changes. Initially, static Web pages were common, but the focus in recent years has been on the development of dynamic Web pages which are linked to databases and allow for the integration of information on a number of different levels....   [tags: Internet Graphics Designing Essays]

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Web Development

- Abstract Developing Web contents involves shaping and making many choices involving technical, aesthetic, and usability concerns. With the expanding technical options for communication on the World Wide Web, it is tempted to focus only on issues such as hypertext markup language (HTML) syntax, page layout, or the latest and flashiest technologies. However, there needs to be a broader approach in order to articulate the information content that is to be conveyed. There is also a need to pay attention to the characteristics and qualities of the Website as a medium for communication so that there are not merely duplicate practices intended for paper and other media....   [tags: Internet]

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Free News in a Linked World

- Free News in a Linked World We usually classify communication media in three categories: published media, broadcast media and what Chris Chesher calls “invocational media”.1 The published media include newspapers, magazines and books. Radio and television are broadcast media — I would add speech as a nontechnological broadcast medium also. Invocational media represent communication tools used on interactive and networked digital computers.2 News delivery is present on every communication medium....   [tags: Internet Web Media Papers]

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Web Design

- Web Design Web Design is almost like an art. It is the design of information and services over the Internet. Luckily for businesses and customers the information and services provided are in done so through the World Wide Web (WWW). As I mentioned earlier Web design is a form of art, meaning that art and organization are needed to form customized Web pages to fit a particular business’ needs. Services for Web design can be accomplished in a variety of ways: professionally through a Web designer, created through hypertext mark-up language, JavaScript, Dreamweaver, and Microsoft FrontPage as well as other “What you see is what you get” {WYSIWYG) editors or languages....   [tags: Internet Technology Computers Essays]

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Web Design

- Web Design We have come a really long way since the beginning of time. We are so much more advanced in so many ways; one of our advances is our technological knowledge. Because of this knowledge, we can do so many things such as burn CDs, go to outer space, and cure people from different diseases. One very important technological advance is the Internet. Because of the Internet, people today can do things easily. We can communicate through e-mail or instant messaging or we can search for information online through search engines....   [tags: History HTML Internet Essays]

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Web Radio

- Web Radio Instant global radio, or Web radio, is the latest manifestation of the Internet's multimedia successor, the World Wide Web. Improved technology and content are turning Web radio into a mass medium. (Hickman 30) The Web radio concept is mainly underlined by the concept of Webcasting, or broadcasting station content over the Internet. Online users who visit the Web pages of Webcasting stations can find archived and live audio covering news, business, sports, and many different types of music....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Web Research

- Web Research As technology continues to improve, the Internet grows in importance as a tool for students’ research papers. In David Rothenberg’s article, “How the Web Destroys Student Research Papers,” he said he “noticed a disturbing decline in both the quality of the writing and the originality of the thoughts expressed” when he compared the second semester to the first semester. As a student, I recently did some research of my own. I used primarily the Web to research the School of the Americas (SOA) to learn more about the SOA and arguments presented against it....   [tags: Computers Internet Technology Papers]

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Web Advertising

- Web Advertising Web advertising, not to mention the Internet itself, finds itself in a stage of relative infancy and therefore provides marketers with novel challenges and situations which need to be dealt with caution . The realm of Web advertising is unchartered terri tory. In terms of South Africa, the country finds itsef somewhat behind technologically. However, this may not prove to be a disadvantage as the uncertain nature of Web advertising may make a policy of 'watching and learning' most viable....   [tags: essays papers]

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Web Site Promotion

- Promoting a World Wide Web Site As we enter the new millenium, more and more businesses are deciding to go along with building what is called sites on the world wide web, better known as a web site. It seems as though these days to many people is that all you have to do is build a web site and you are set to go. Being as upfront as possible there is an extreme downside to this method. Just building the web site will not bring anybody to the web site. To get people to visit a web site certain processes have to be taken to promote the web site....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Best Career Choice - Web Administrator

- Abstract This proposal will provide the information that a high school student will need to make a decision on a career choice in the field of web administration. The results of the research conducted, will provide an insight into how students can turn their passion for computers into a life long career. The profession is full of opportunities and earning potential. Students can begin to prepare themselves in their early stages of their education in order to reach their desired goals. I have a basic reason for submitting this proposal....   [tags: Career Guidance Website Administration]

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Web Equity Issues

- Web Equity Issues There are over half a billion people in the world who are disabled, and although there are many commendable efforts on the Internet to support the cause of improving website accessibility for these people, the vast majority of websites do not follow the recommended guidelines to provide user friendly pages for the disabled (Information society, author unknown, 1998). As technology and electronic interactive services become a larger part of our everyday living, these groups risk severe social exclusion as a consequence of the myriad of technical barriers they face when using the Internet (Valdes, L, 2003)....   [tags: Papers]

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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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Internet Advertising – A World Wide Waste of Time

- Internet Advertising – A World Wide Waste of Time As I approach the Philadelphia bus shelter, I'm struck by the gaze of a familiar, yet ominous strongman. His aging muscles are backlit by a powerful fluorescent light. Intrigued, I approach the advertisement and begin to look at the copy. As my eyes scan below the title of the film, an irritating, unavoidable, and inevitably cryptic message glows: http://www.warnerbros.com/eraser. Here is another website for the fearless compujunkies to surf at three in the morning and another piece of litter along the information superhighway....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Argument Essays]

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Web Accessibility: How Improving Online Communication for the Blind Aids Businesses

- Many businesses are struggling in today’s sluggish economy. According to ShopperTrak’s National Retail Sales Estimate, total retail sales for Christmas week 2010 were down 4.1 percent and foot traffic in brick-and-mortar stores fell 6.1 percent. To increase sales, companies must look for new marketing ideas and revenue streams. Web advertising and the creation of online storefronts— ‘click-and-mortar’ stores versus ‘brick-and-mortar’ stores—are two such ideas (Journal of Interactive Advertising 2002)....   [tags: Technology ]

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The World Is Flat : A Brief History Of The Twenty First Century By Thomas L. Friedman

- Book Review I read the book, The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century by Thomas L. Friedman. Freidman makes a lot of interesting points throughout the book that describes the “flattening” of the world. He believes our advancements in technology have brought us to a point in history where individuals can collaborate and compete globally. In chapters 1-4, Friedman, while on a tour of Infosys Technologies Limited in India, is stunned the campus has constructed glass and steel buildings and is equipped with advanced technologies such as large flat-screen televisions....   [tags: The World Is Flat, Thomas Friedman, Computer]

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Web Accessibility: How Improving Online Communication for the Blind Aids Businesses

- Many businesses struggle in today’s sluggish economy. According to ShopperTrak’s National Retail Sales Estimate, total retail sales for Christmas week 2010 dropped 4.1 percent and foot traffic in brick-and-mortar stores fell 6.1 percent (Christmas Week Retail Sales). To increase sales, companies must look for new marketing ideas and revenue streams. Two ideas are using Web advertising and creating online storefronts— ‘click-and-mortar’ stores versus ‘brick-and-mortar’ stores (Journal of Interactive Advertising 2002)....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Discussing Web Use Especially for Educational Purposes

- Discussing Web Use Especially for Educational Purposes Abstract The purpose of my paper is to define the web, discuss its educational value, and review some of the ongoing debate regarding its educational use. "And Robert L. Heath says ‘[It is a] means by which any organization - no matter how financially limited - can sustain its messages over time and reach people around the world’ " (as cited by Cooley, 1999, p.1). What is the Web. The Web or WWW or World Wide Web is an informational venue, as well as a communications medium that serves many purposes, namely, to advertise businesses, people, products, services; in other words, to facilitate marketing and public relations....   [tags: Internet Cyberspace Education Essays]

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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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Web-Based Education: A Review of an Upcoming Educational Method

- Web-Based Education: A Review of an Upcoming Educational Method Over the past 20 years, there has been a drastic change in technology. One example is in education. The development of the internet has affected the way in which we teach and learn. Web based education is a relatively new term. There are many methods and techniques for delivering instruction through the web. Academic courses can be enhanced with web-based links, or the courses can be delivered completely on the web. By definition web-based education refers to material found on the World Wide Web which provides information to enhance a person’s knowledge (Virtual Apex Internet Solutions, 2005)....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Responsive Web Design

- INTRODUCTION Now is the technology era for in the world, many people live with technologies in their daily life. In general, technology meant knowledge of tools improve a pre-existing solution to a problem. There were so many habits of using technologies, like using computer to do documentation works, using social network to chat with friend in other country, until now using mobile devices to view web sites. Growth in mobile devices and smartphones had eased many people access Web pages. Normally, we use the computer or desktop to open a browser and visit to some websites....   [tags: internet technology]

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The Human Web : Webs And History Pg

- The Human Web Introduction: Webs and History pg.3-pg.8 The authors of this book define a web as “a set of connections that link people to one another”. These connections are made in many ways through different interactions between people. Throughout history, many different webs were established between humans around the world. All of the different webs incorporate a balance of competition and cooperation, and continue to grow larger and fuse as time goes on, shaping human history as they go. The authors perhaps like this metaphor because of the imagery it creates....   [tags: Human, Agriculture, Civilization, China]

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Web-Based Instruction

- Web-Based Instruction The use of computers and communication technologies in learning has a history going back more than 30 years. Along the way, it has been called by many names, such as computer-mediated communication (CMC), computer conferencing, on-line learning, Internet-based learning, and telematics. The advent of the Web provides a new and interesting environment for CMC that offers a host of new possibilities together with the advantages of previous incarnations. (McCormack & Jones, 1998) In just a few years the World Wide Web (WWW) has transformed communication, scholarship, and business....   [tags: Internet Technology Essays]

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The World of Technology Meets the World of Education

- Good bye blackboard, hello interactive white board. Get out of the way paper, pens, pencils, and textbooks and make room for the netbook, laptop, iPod, iPhone and iPad; they are moving into the classroom. Students are ready to use these new gadgets whether educators are ready or not. Therefore, the world of education needs to embrace the world of technology and take off on the World Wide Web. Technology is not going away. Our students of today must be technosavvy in order to function in their adult lives of tomorrow....   [tags: Technology]

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Social Media And Its Impact On Society

- Prior to the millennium, it was advocated that in order maintain relevant in a technologically developing society, cultural and heritage institutions must partake in digitisation for cataloguing and preservation. Presently, these institutions are once again embroiled in a further necessity of compliance with technology: web 2.0’s social media facets and the ‘professionalization of social media .’ The infixing of social media tools has resulted in transforming the operation of cultural institutions such as galleries, libraries, archives and museums in the areas of internal and external audience engagement and fundamental collections management....   [tags: Sociology, Social media, Web 2.0, Mobile Web]

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Researching Frankenstein On The Web

- Frankenstein Short Paper When searching for a term or an idea on the internet, there are myriad ways in which to research that topic. One of the most popular ways to perform these searches is through the use of search engines such as Google and Yahoo. Utilizing such a medium is beneficial in two ways; it allows the user to make the parameters of the search as broad of as narrow needed and it may return useful results that the user wasn't directly looking to find. Since there are numerous ways in which to search for these topics, there are equally abundant results for those searches....   [tags: Internet]

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The Exponential Growth of the Internet

- Growth of the internet The growth of the internet has grown colossal over the past 10 years. According to Science Daily, on average a person will “approximately use 15.5 hours of internet per day” (University of Southern California, 2013). This is a whopping increase of 11.7% to 40.7% since March 2004 to March 2014 according to Internet stats. (Internet Growth Statistics) The internet has come a long way since the development of Web 1.0, there have been further developments in the World-wide web such as web 2.0, and the current development of Web 3.0....   [tags: web 2.0, antivirus, northon]

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Web Page Creation Report

- Web Page Creation Report In order to create my web pages, I used a program called FrontPage Express. This allowed me to create web pages without learning the language they are written in, HTML. To start with, I created a new directory for the website to go in to. I did this by clicking on File>New>Folder. I then renamed the folder just created to Computerstore. Into that folder, I created five more folders, and renamed them Images, INP, OUT, MPU and STO. These were for the four different sections of products and for the images....   [tags: Computer Science]

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World is Flat

- After reading The World is Flat, I would have to say that I believe the world is flat as according to the author Thomas L. Friedman. Globalization has taken the world by storm and everything that we do in this world is done with technology. Ever since the world was introduced to the World Wide Web in 1993, we have spiraled in a new direction at a rapid speed, and we have yet to slow down. Technology has advanced so much that nowadays we do not need actual people to run a business and at that rate we are going a much flatter world....   [tags: Globalization, Analysis]

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E-Retailing: Selling Products on the Web

- E-Retailing: Selling Products on the Web Retail is one of the more visible market sectors on the Web. In retail, merchants sell products and services directly to a buyer. E-retail, also called e-tail, occurs when retailers use the Web to sell their products and services (Sanchez 16). E-retailers constantly challenge the old ways of conducting business as they bring new products and services to market. All e-retailers, however, operate in a similar manner. A customer (consumer) visits an online business at the Web equivalent of a showroom: the electronic storefront....   [tags: Expository Essays Research Papers]

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World Hunger

- World hunger has been a constant problem throughout the ages. It is a problem that should be able to be solved easily, yet there are still 1.02 billion undernourished people worldwide. With the world population being 6.7 billion people, and the Earth producing more than enough food for this amount of people, why is it that there are hungry, malnourished people all around the globe. Hunger is caused by many events, including the poverty trap, natural disasters, war, poor agricultural infrastructure, and over-exploitation of the environment....   [tags: Poverty]

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Business Plan to Launch a Graphics & Web Design Company

- Proposal for the Development of a Business Plan to Launch a Graphics & Web Design Company Introduction In today's business world, many consumers prefer a company's presence & position on the internet. E-Business is a magical marketing tool for most companies. The term attracts attention and affects the fundamental tasks of a company's day-to-day operations. Companies have not confused the financial woes of various venture capitalists in the dot-com industry with the wide-range of possibilities offered via e-business....   [tags: Technical Communications Business]

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Web-based Communication

- Currently society is in its 20th century, and quickly emerging into the 21st century technology has and will be reaching great heights. The education field is one of the most considerably effected domains in the advancement of the technology “revolution”. According to Stoner (1997), technology in the future is looking towards increased online/distance learning, virtual field trips, and audio files of music. As the technological world evolves so should the local community. Many of the latest educational technology will require two-way communication in the virtual community....   [tags: essays papers]

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Evolution of the Internet: A Rhizomatic Application of Darwin

- Evolution of the Internet Evolution is the process Charles Darwin described – the story he told – to explain the diversity of the planet. Evolution exists in nature as the interplay between linear natural selection and random events. This randomness necessitates a nonlinear model for exploring evolution as a whole, and as randomness is increasingly recognized as the dominant evolutionary force, "evolutionary schemas may be forced to abandon the old model of the tree and descent" (Deleuze 33). If we take a rhizome as an evolutionary model instead of a tree, this "connects any point to any other point" (Deleuze 35) and allows for nonlinear progression....   [tags: Internet Web Cyberspace Essays]

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The Digital World

- The Digital World The digital world of today can be understood as a product of late-Victorian construction of the machinery of information organization combined with Modernist visual forms. In his doctoral dissertation, The Engineering of Vision from Constructivism to Computers, Lev Manovich, professor of New Media at the University of San Diego, states it is the influence of Modernist visual forms, mainly Soviet era Constructivism, that shapes the look of the current digital world (e.g. the Internet)....   [tags: Technology Machines Internet Papers]

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Html Vs. Xml

- The main difference between Hyper text markup language (HTML) and Extensible markup language (XML) is that HTML is a markup language used for creating web pages and XML is also a markup language but is primarily used for information sharing mainly those connected to the internet. HTML was created by Tim Berners-Lee as a way for he and several colleagues to share research information (Wikipedia, 2006). The earliest versions of HTML were based on loose syntax rules. HTML code written using these earlier rules would not be considered valid using today's standards....   [tags: Web Internet Language coding]

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Blogging and Politics

- Blogging and Politics It was a dark and stormy Tuesday night, but thank God my electricity was not out for if it were, I would be banned from my only happiness: the BLOG RING. I signed on to the internet with trepidation yet excitement. After going through the usual hoops to gain access to my haven and signing in passwords and usernames here and there, I finally reached the world of internet communication and sharing of ideas: free speech at its most liberal....   [tags: Internet Web Blogging]

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The Internet

- The Internet When the Internet was developed in the 1960s, most of the world was unaware of the impact it would have on the world and our society within a relatively short period of time. In less than forty years, the World Wide Web has literally become the "Information Super Highway" as Al Gore so succinctly named it (Daly, 1998). With this massive influx of information through a web of interconnected networks have come problems and some solutions. The magnitude of data stored on the Web and the Internet brings about many questions regarding readability, currency, policies, validity, quality, reliability, moral issues, creditability, market appeal, and adequacy in the mechanics of lan...   [tags: Web Technology Essays]

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Internet Life

- Internet Life Paying bills online, reading a novel, and buying a pair of sneakers is just some of the opportunities the world wide web has only allowed us to do in the last decades. Even though these tasks simplify our lives, making it less stressful on our busy lives, it seems as though if we are losing part of culture through losing daily errands. Can you imagine one hundred years from now that you might be able to go to a tourist attraction that showed our everyday life, such as you can do now at Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts....   [tags: Technology Computers Web Essays]

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