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The World Wide Web, more commonly referred to as the Internet, has all but taken over the lives of so many people. Available on the Internet is every imaginable resource, piece of information, and way of communicating with almost anyone in the world, and it can all be found in one place, which can be reached by the comfort of oneâ€™s own home. Because of the instant availability of everything found on the Internet, it becomes hard, for many, to separate the difference between what people experience and learn online, versus what they may come into contact with or who they might meet face-to-face in the world around them. Though there are many negatives that are often associated with the
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Problems Facing The World Wide Web
While flipping through the old pages of a book on Speech and Communication, my eyes caught
the following lines of Marshall McLuhan: “Someday the whole world would be a global village.” He
was simply referring to the idealized concept of a diverse community where people of different races
and cultures would commune together (New York of today, for example). Little did McLuhan know
that his words will one day become literal.
That day is today! After the short “dial-up rattle”of my ISP, I loaded Netscape Navigator into
my Windows platform. Within seconds, I pulled out my customized newspaper filled with every story
that fits my
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International innovation Dr. Deli Yang
The Two Most Impactful inventions in the world: iPad and World Wide Web
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International innovation Dr. Deli Yang
The Two Most Impactful inventions in the world: iPad and World Wide Web
Nowadays, technology has become an irreplaceable part of human society. It is undeniable that tablets, smartphones and the internet has play an important role in recreating our world and making it become a better and more imaginative place. Yet technology cannot become what it has become without millions of brilliant inventors throughout the world. Two of the most impactful inventions that will be
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personal computer and Internet access (Rouse, 2010). Interest in cloud computing has accelerated due to considerable innovations in virtualization and distributed computing, as well as enhanced high speed internet access and a shaky economy (Rouse, 2010).
CLOUD COMPUTING 4
Web 2.0 is an expression which refers to the second generation of the World Wide Web ("Web 2.0", n.d.). "The term "2.0" comes from the software industry, where new versions of software programs are labeled with an incremental version number" ("Web 2.0", n.d.). Similar to the software, the new version of the web includes cutting edge features and functions must differently than it did in the past ("Web 2.0", n.d
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matter how they were developing and where they are running."Web services are self-contained, modular applications that can be described, published, located, and invoked over a network, generally, the World Wide Web (IBM, 2006)."Microsoft states that "A web service is programmable application logic, accessible using standard Internet protocols."In this paper, first a brief overview of web service will be discussed. Then all technologies and security within web services are concerned. Next part will be web services adoption. Two examples will be discussed which are eBay and Paypal. Finally, future development and conclusion will be presented.Overview of Web ServicesOver the past a few years
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interconnecting most of the networks on the planet, with each home and company network connecting to an ISP, which in turn connects to other ISP’s.
A/D – analog to digital telco – telephone company
DC – data center or direct current URL – uniform resource locator
fps – frames per second WAN – wide area network
GBps – gigabytes per second WWW – World Wide Web
Gbps – gigabits per second
HTTP – hypertext transfer protocol
KBps – kilobytes per second
Kbps – kilobits per second
LAN – local area network
MBps – megabytes per second
Mbps – megabits per second
NIC – network interface card
OS – operating system
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organization and the rest of the world.” WAN help LAN link to one another in order to cover large area that wound not typically link these networks together. This allows information, communications and data to be sent over large distance which is commonly used in the business world and also in our personal lives. WANs link government departments in order to better handle appropriate tasks and share information. Scientist share new developments on wide area networks and evaluate new hypothesis to help research develop faster. For personal use the WAN allows business to conduct services, people to communicate trough email transmission and other means, web browsers to locate enormous amounts of
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FACULTY OF SCIENCE
UNIVERSITY OF KRAGUJEVAC
Radmila Paunovic-Stajn Aleksandar Stefanovic 81/11
WWW (World Wide Web) represents the most significant revolution in the mass media since the beginning of the television. Made by Tim Berners in the Cern laboratory in Switzerland in 1989 as an application which should provide on-line exchange of information among scientists. WEB gets the correct meaning in 1993. when MOSAIC WEB BROWSER appeared. MOSAIC WEB BROWSER was developed by Mark Anderson, student of Illinois University, and
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standards for transmitting data.
Then in 1974, Vint Cerf (known to some as the "father of the Internet"), along with Bob Kahn, wrote a new protocol, TCP (Transmission Control Protocol, that would become the accepted standard. The implementation of TCP allowed the various networks to connect into a true "internet."
The Internet became widely popular in the computer and scientific research communities. By the 1980's most universities and research-oriented institutions had computers that were connected to the Internet.
The World Wide Web
In the 1970's, Ted Nelson coined the term "hypertext," to describe a system for nonlinear linking of documents directly inspired by the works of Vannevar Bush
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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. At the top, each country has at
least one public backbone network. Backbone networks are made of high speed
lines that connect to other backbones. There are
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DESIGN AND OPERATION OF TYPICAL SEARCH ENGINE
Design of information retrival system to find out the stored information on a computer system is known as search engine. It is used to links to documents, web sites, text snippets, images, videos etc. first they have to process hundreds of millions of issues and searches every day and answer to the queries in milliseconds. Search engine is a general class of program. Many key factors and requirement of the user should be taken into account by the search engine secondly the resources on world wide web must be update constantly. Wheather it may continuously add of data, removed or change of data( the overall changing is upto 8
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some of the benefits and drawbacks of Web 2.0. It will then analyse the impact and how it has changed the way business interacts with the World Wide Web and also some of the changes people would like to see in the future about the web. It will then move on to how these changes relate to Tim Berners-Leeâ€™s vision of a â€œSemantic Webâ€.
Web 2.0 is a web platform that allows users to have real-time interaction by creating and sharing information online. And also adding Semantic Web technology into the mix which will allow the true collection of intelligence, which is a higher level of understanding that are not found in the original contributions (Editorial 2008). It is just
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Once a small and simple collection of computers run by the Defence Department,
is now a massive world wide network of computers, what we call the 'Internet'.
The word "Internet" literally means "network of networks." In itself, the
Internet is composed of thousands of smaller local networks scattered throughout
the globe. It connects roughly 15 million users in more than 50 countries a day.
The World Wide Web (WWW) is mostly used on the Internet. The Web refers to a
body of information, while the Internet refers to the physical side of the
global network containing a large amount of cables and computers.
The Internet is a 'packet-switching' computer network
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files and information to be shared across the system. Networks can be connected through Ethernet cables, phone lines, or wireless cards. |
World Wide Web and Internet | The Internet is a system established for global communication with other networks and computers. It incorporates an enormous amount of informational resources and services to access the hypertext documents making up the World Wide Web. It also provides the capability to send and receive electronic mail.The World Wide Web is a section of the Internet that consists of pages written a code referred to as hyper-text markup language (HTML). HTML, in conjunction with Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP), enables information
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sensitive information. And as an added feature these files can be sent with encryption features to ensure safe delivery through the World Wide Web.And as an added feature these files can be sent with encryption features to ensure safe delivery through the World Wide Web. Many other features such as firewall prevention help to protect internet based devices from visiting sites that at high risk of data breaches and malware. With knowledge of these risks the responsibility still falls in the hand of the user to make sure personal data is used in a safe way to prevent a loss of valuable information that may be used to harm the user through either personal data or corporate material. Many
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GBps: Gigabytes per second
Gbps: Gigabits per second HTTP: Hypertext Transfer Protocol
KBps: Kilobytes per second Kbps: Kilobits per second
LAN: Local-Area Network MBps: Megabytes per second
Mbps: Megabits per second NIC: Network Interface Card
OS: Operating System telco: telephone company
URL: Uniform Resource Locator WAN: Wide-Area Network
WWW: World Wide Web
Unit 2 Lab
Exercise 2.1.1: The data is transmitted as a signal, using a pattern and timing via the media so the devices can interface
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issue involving language teachers all over the world. In order to have a more thorough perspective on this issue, let us discuss some of the advantages and disadvantages of using computer network technology in language teaching.
In terms of advantages, first of all, computer network technology tools such as the Internet, e-mail, chat rooms, and the Word Wide Web can be used to provide students with a strong motivation for learning the language. Since motivation is considered as playing a key role in the success of language learners (Gardner and Lambert, 1972), one of the language teachers’ responsibilities is to provide activities which the learners will find intrinsically motivating
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, redundancy, and the cost you want.
Kyrnin, M. (2013) What is RAID? Retrieved July 18, 2013 from the World Wide Web
Roy, A. () RAID 1 vs RAID 5: What are the pros and cons? Retrieved July 18, 2013 from the
World Wide Web http://www.computerweekly.com/answer/RAID-1-vs-RAID-5-What-are-the-pros-and-cons
TechTarget (2010) The pros and cons of RAID disk arrays in small business data storage environments.
Retrieved July 18, 2013 from the World Wide Web
THE HIGHTECH POST (2013) ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF RAID. Retrieved July 18, 2013 from
the World Wide Web http://www.hightech-post.com/2011/06/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-raid.html
Natarajan, R. (2010) RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 10 Explained with Diagrams. Retrieved July 18, 2013
from the World Wide Web http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/08/raid-levels-tutorial/
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query language (SQL) and generates
reports on the needs of the user. For instance, if a University wants to find out the number of
students who are left to do only two or three units of a particular course before they can get
qualified to obtain a degree, a person with proper knowledge of databases can run a query which
will look through the students’ record and present the required information to satisfy the
information needs of the University.
Nowadays, it is recognisable that databases and the web are highly compatible. The web, also
known as the World Wide Web, is the largest storage place for information which can be easily
accessed throughout the world via the internet. At
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LIBS 140: Computer Application in Libraries
10 April 2009
The search for information has and will always be ongoing. Each day individuals are seeking new and innovative ways to retrieve, disseminate and store information. Libraries are one of our main sources of information and thus they need to stay on top of all the latest technological advancements in relation to their services offered. Many libraries are still stuck in the “paper based” age though, but with the implementation of Web 2.0 services, this is beginning to change rapidly.
Web2.0 refers to the development of online services that encourage collaboration
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 Kuhn, Thomas. 1983. Rationality and Theory Choice. Journal of Philoso-
phy, 80 (10): pp. 3-13.
 Bird, Alexander. 2004. Thomas Kuhn in Stanford Encyclo-
pedia of Philosophy. Available on the World Wide Web at
http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/thomas-kuhn/. [Accessed on November
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Oxford University Press.
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tween Newtonian and Relativistic Mechanics. The British Journal for the
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* Atlanta | * Cerritos | * Ontario |
* Santa Ana | * Irvine | * Tustin |
* Orange | * Colton | * Denver |
We are a full service travel agency with local offices all over the world. Our thirty years of experience enable us to make your dream vacation or business trip the best ever. We cater to individuals and groups, especially campus organizations. We offer the low airfares and hotel accommodations and always provide the ultimate in service. We run specials all the time and urge you to check our Web page frequently.
These travel tips are especially
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advantage using a computer with a complete database of information.
Bennett (2000) Blocking Software FAQ. Retrieved November 28, 2000 from the World Wide Web. http://www.peacefire.com/info/blocking-software-faq.html
Bobby Ross (2000) What is Memorial Day?. Retrieved November 25, 2000 from the World Wide Web: http://members.aol.com/ceharger/what_is_memorial_day.htm
Greg Lindsay (1997) Cybersitter Decides To Take A Time Out. Retrieved November 28, 2000 from the World Wide Web: http://www.time.com/time/digital/daily/0,2822,12392,00.html
Hazelton, Bennett and Mcarthy, Jamie (2000) Blind Ballots. Retrieved November 26, 2000 from the World Wide Web: http
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had and use it to become a web designer.
Web Design is almost like an art. It is the design of various information and services over the Internet. Luckily for businesses and customers, the information and services provided are done through the World Wide Web. As earlier mentioned, Web design is a form of art, meaning that art and organization are needed to form Web pages to fit particular business needs. Web sites have now progressed into a form of advertisements for most companies. This is where your Web design and art skills come into play. Also your knowledge of how the human eye travels across the page is very helpful meaning that you know what attracts people and makes them stop and
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production and distribution of consumer foods. The company provides a wide range of products including meals and food services (General Mills). Some of the major brands include Progresso Soup, Fruit Roll-Ups, Cheerios, and Hamburger Helper. Based on the recent statistics, General Mills is the second largest cereal maker in the US having approximately 31 percent of the market share (York).
Since its incorporation, General Mills has recorded a significant growth. After the World War II, the company expanded at a significantly high rate. This followed the establishment of a popular line of appliances along with creating Betty Crocker cookbook (York). General Mills has been performing well
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entertainment and information. With the invention of new technology in the 20th century the cost of production dropped and increased the amount of films, books, and newspapers that could be produced for larger audiences. While the cost of production dropped that also meant that the profits increased. The world wide web created a forum for spreading new and entertainment even faster. With the concern for saving trees and reducing the amount of carbon in the air digital newspapers and magazines also became a big success for mass media and global news. Today events that take place half way around the world are in local newspapers or on broadcasting stations within minutes of their occurrence
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LQuestion 2: As of 1995, what are the keys changes taking place in the commercial online industry? How are they likely to affect AOL's future prospects?
Since AOL’s pricing rate structure was the easiest for customers to understand and plan ahead of time, the company was very successful before year of 1995. AOL, CompuServe and Prodigy, as the market leaders in the commercial online industry, served 8.5 million subscribers in total as middlemen till 1995,closely controlling the product and paying content providers, the writers.
However, with the emergence of Internet World Wide Web and the entry of Microsoft Network (MSN) into the online services industry made the commercial online
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work but how they can work with each other to get the most out of them.
AFM (2008). Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHB). Retrieved Sept 14,
2008 from the World Wide Web: http://www.afm.ars.usda.gov/hrd/insure/FEHB.htm
Altius Health Plans. A Health Maintenance Organization (high option) and a high
Deductible Health plan. Retrieved 4 Oct 2008 from the World Wide Web: http://www.opm.gov/insure/07/brochures/pdf/73-564.pdf
Office of Human Resources Management. U.S. Department of Commerce â€“ Office of the
Secretary. Leave. Retrieved 29 Sept 2008 from the World Wide Web: http://ohrm.os.doc.gov/Leave/DEV01_000045
TSP.gov. TSP Features for Civilians
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through your world wide web site. Lets expand in to the 21st century.
Book Bunker's success is attributed through its respectful reputation and having great customer relationship is the key to success. Twenty 20 years of servicing the community with exotic and rare books already demonstrates that the company is forecasted to up company awareness and increase sales. Developing a good store marketing plan utilizing e-commerce will be the key to opening the doors to consumers at anytime from anywhere. Understanding internet language is an essential part of e-commerce. Banner ads increases revenues and keywords and ad words assist consumers in searching your company
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promotions are a critical tool in any retailer’s arsenal with significant efforts devoted to developing new types of
Promotions (Vascellaro 2006). The potential growth and technological development of the World Wide Web has further fueled the enthusiasm towards developing customer-responsive promotions (Keogh 2006). In 2009 alone, online promotions in the U.S. accounted for 6% of all coupons distributed, and 5% of all coupons redeemed at a value of $8.3 billion which represents as “easy to use” then women are more likely to shop one-fifth of the total value of coupon redemptions (eMarketer 2010). Anecdotal evidence suggests that online promotions have a high response rate, with consumers more
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, sponsors, representatives from the media and sports consumers with varied interest of sports. Therefore, this collaboration enhanced the partnership and growth between sports and media to a greater tier in terms of financial aspects and greater media exposure to the sports industry.
FIFA World Cup Board Casting Rights (2010). 2010 FIFA World Cup Board Casting Rights. Retrieved on 31st January 2011 from World Wide Web: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_FIFA_World_Cup_broadcasting_rights
Football Shirt Culture (2006). Football Shirt Sponsorship. Retrieved on 12th February 2011from World Wide Web: http://www.footballshirtculture.com/sponsorship/football-shirt-sponsorship.html
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I. I NTRODUCTION INCE the emergence of mobile Internet, Web browsing using smart phones, along with the growth of the number of cellular phone users, is penetrating into people’s daily life. Mobile Internet, compared with the traditional Internet, both in common, but also has its own different characteristics. On one hand, the WAP-gateway is peculiar to Mobile Internet. It connects mobile phones to the Internet, using the WAP protocol and the World Wide Web mechanisms. WAP-gateway, transferring requests and pages between end users and the Internet, is much like a proxy between the client and the server. On the other hand, mobile terminals communicate with the WAP-gateway
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Database for store all the information’s. Descriptions of the overall acquired knowledge’s are given below:
5.1 Implications to Organization/Company:
The original purpose of the World Wide Web (WWW) was to locate and display information. However, once the Web grew beyond a small academic and scientific community, people began to recognize that greater interactivity would make the Web more useful. As commercial applications of the Web grew, the demand for more interactive and visually appealing Web sites also grew.
To respond to the demand for greater interactivity, an entirely new Web programming language was needed. Netscape filled this need in the mid-1990s
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What is E-Commerce
E-commerce is Electronic Commerce which means buying and selling of goods and services over electronic systems through Internet and other computer networks . Ecommerce provides a quick and convenient way of exchanging goods and services both regionally and globally. The most popular medium in which e-Commerce is conducted is ● Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) ● Electronic mail (E-mail) ● World Wide Web (WWW) ● Internet Applications ● Network Applications
History Of E-Commerce
• In 1950‟s companies began to use computers to store and process internal transaction records. • By 1960‟s businesses that engaged large volume of transaction had began
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, big cats, frogs and birds. Critically endangered animals include the Sumatran tiger, Brown Spider Sumatran, Orangutan Monkey, the Golden Mantella, Panamanian Golden Frog, and the Pygmy Three-toed Sloth.
The rainforest is home to more than two thirds of the worlds plant species. Rainforest plants have to live in a warm humid environment. Rainforest plants include orchids, carnivorous plants, and Epiphytes. Orchids are the largest family of plants in the world. There are many different species that range greatly in size with some petals getting as long as 2 ½ ft long. Orchids come in every color, except black and can grow anywhere and on anything, like rocks, underground and on other
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The Internet as a Powerful and Empowering Tool
A computer in the hands of a conscientious student is a powerful tool that, utilized to its fullest potential, can encourage that student to become a success in his or her studies. Some believe that the use of computers in an educational environment diminishes the quality of material turned in by students; I disagree. There is great potential in accessing the millions of megabytes of data available on the World Wide Web, potential that should not be overlooked. It is incumbent on the educators today to guide their students in the best way to harness the material they find on the internet.
“Most of the data my students Net is like trash
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Opportunity and Threats…………………………………………………………….. 6
SWOT Analysis…………….…………………………………………………………… 7-9
Amazon’s Ethical Challenges…………………………………………………………… 9
Changing Web Ethics……………………………………………………………….. 9
Ethical challenges for Amazon……………………………………………………… 9
Strategy Recommendations for Amazon………………………………………………... 9-10
Amazon is one on the world’s undisputed leaders in web-based commerce. Although they were not the first company to capitalize on using the World Wide Web for commerce, they certainly raised it to an art form. When you think of shopping on the web, you think of Amazon
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a budget surplus |
|NAFTA |The Internet and the World Wide Web |
|Telecommunications |The Brady Bill |
|Somalia and Rwanda |Apple |
|Internet marketing |Digital divide |
|Kosovo |Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell
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property) regime in our national interest.
Copyright infringement and its abetment is a criminal offence under section 63 of the copyright act,1957. Along with digitalization, networking and world wide web have changed the copyright regime fundamentally:
* Digitalization of information and communication has made reproduction easy
* Networking of computers has rendered distribution of copyrighted work easy
* World Wide Web has made publication of copyrighted material very easy.
Copyright protection covers all ‘literacy and artistic works’ such as writings, including scientific and technical texts and computer programs; databases that are original due to the selection or
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The Social Web
INF 103 Computer Literacy
The Social Web has become successful in its efforts on connecting people from all around the world. “The Social Web is a set of social relations that link people through the World Wide Web. It encompasses how websites and software are designed and developed in order to support and foster social interaction. These online social interactions form the basis of much online activity including online shopping, education, gaming and social networking websites” (4). However, these interactions within the Social Web and its success are drastically overshadowed by an abundance of negativity. The Social Web has
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(World Wide Web), communication and transportation is another major driver to globalization. Persons are able to communicate across the world because of development in fiber optics, satellites, wireless advancement and the internet. Improvements in shipping, rail and road ways and the development of commercial jet aircrafts makes it possible to be in another location in a shorter period of time.3.Explain at least four effects of globalization that impact your community and organization.Globalization has caused many communities and organizations to be impacted. Companies are able to outsource some of their functions to persons in other countries such as India for cheaper labor. Foreign companies
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university which takes English as a major language will find a better or high-quality job than other students who don’t know English adequately. In other words, the student who knows English is able to be more efficient in his job because he can use the information from foreign sources and web sites. He can prepare his assigments and tasks with the help of these information. Therefore, undoubtedly, his managers would like his effort or prepared projects. In addition, many high-quality jobs are related with international communication and world-wide data sharing. University graduates who are in a international company and business are needed to communicate with foreign workers. For instance, if their
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Internet Browser Wars
1. Introduction 1
2. Internet Explorer 1
2.1 Introduction 1
2.2 Advantages 1
2.3 Disadvantages 1
3. Google Chrome 2
3.1 Introduction 2
3.2 Advantages 2
3.3 Disadvantages 2
4. Mozilla Firefox 2
4.1 Introduction 2
4.2 Advantages 2
4.3 Disadvantages 2
5. Conclusion 2
In 1991 the World Wide Web was created by developer Tim-Berners Lee as a way for people around the world to communicate and share information in a way that the internet could not. The internet although successful with universities and colleges did not appeal to the general public as the internet was only being capable of displaying text
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environments to games incorporating complex graphics and virtual worlds populated by many players simultaneously. Many online games have associated online communities, making online games a form of social activity beyond single player games.
As the World Wide Web developed and browsers became more sophisticated, people started creating browser games that used a web browser as a client. Simple single player games were made that could be played using a web browser via HTML and HTML scripting technologies. The development of web-based graphics technologies such as Flash and Java allowed browser games to become more complex. These games, also known by their related
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CASE STUDY 8
February 14th, 2012
Embry Riddle World Wide
1) Consider your own online shopping patterns. How much weight do you place on the presence of name or logo or other trademark (Such as the KitchenAid silhouette) on a web site when purchasing goods and services? Do you ever stop to consider whether you may have been misled? How could you tell the difference?
With my online shopping patterns, I tend to lean towards the cheaper product. If anything malfunctions I can blame it on the cheapness of the product, but if it works great, I’ve gotten a great deal. Although, when it comes to a product where all I need is quality, then I will
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the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, and communicate information in a wide variety of forms.. Individual responsibility is crucial for media literacy because, while media messages may be produced by individuals, companies, governments, or organizations, they are always received and decoded by individuals (Lule, 2012).
"Martin Luther King’s "I Have a Dream" speech, August 28, 1963". Nobelprize.org. Nobel Media AB 2013. Web. 17 Feb 2014.
Jenkins, H. (2006). Where old and new media collide. New York, New York: University Press.
Lule, J. (2012). Exploring media and culture. San Francisco, California: Flat world knowledge.
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of centralization was purposeful, to make it less vulnerable to wartime or terrorist attacks. To join the Internet, an existing network needs only to pay a small registration fee and agree to certain standards. Each organization pays for its own networks. Regional Internet companies have been established to which member networks forward all transmissions. The Internet, in its broadest meaning, includes individuals, groups, organizations, grade schools, universities, commercial services, companies, governments, and free nets. "Being on the Internet" means having access to all of the main Internet systems such as FTP, Gopher, Telnet, e-mail, and the World Wide Web. There are many
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and putting it's communication aspect to reality.A. Gopher is a menu-driven Internet navigation utility which can be accessed from Macs, PCs, and the Unix system.B. Like Gopher, the World Wide Web (WWW) is a user-friendly interface to the Internet.1. Definitely the most popular (with close to 100,000,000 pages)C. Telnet offers interactive terminal sessions with remote computers.D. The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is used to upload or download files from a remote computer.E. IRC stands for 'Internet Relay Chat'. It was originally written by Jarkko Oikarinen (firstname.lastname@example.org) in 1988.iiIII. When one looks at how far the Internet has progressed in the past few years, one can only guess at
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America, where one can see the wide range of races and ethnicities. It is also safe to say that our Nation would not be where it is today if it weren’t for immigrants; however, after researching data and looking at multiple angles, I came to realize, at the rate of illegal immigrants we face flooding into the United States today, as the years go by our economy will collapse.
ERREAT, JESSICA. "The Map That Shows Where America Came From: Fascinating Illustration Shows the Ancestry of EVERY County in the US." Mail Online. N.p., 1 Sept. 2013. Web. 2 Dec. 2013.
"Creating an Immigration System for the 21st Century." Immigration. N.p., n.d. Web. 2 Dec
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“The Most Famous Store in the World”
Who would have thought that the origins of this grand retailer, was the hoop skirt? The history of Bloomingdales dates back to hoop skirt being the first item that was carried by Joseph and Lyman Bloomingdale in their Ladies Notions Shop in New York City. Why the hoop skirt? At the time, in the late 1800’s many retailers focused on just one garment, this was their specialization, however the Bloomingdale brothers where different, they would eventually open an East Side Bazaar, and begin to sell a wide variety of European Fashions. This eventually would be the beginning of that what we know as Bloomingdales today