Mary Grace M. Buensuceso
University of Santo Tomas
Electronic mail, most commonly
referred to as email or e-mail since
ca. 1993, is a method of
exchanging digital messages from
an author to one or more recipients.
• Wikipedia is a collaboratively
edited, multilingual, free Internet
encyclopedia that is supported by the nonprofit Wikimedia Foundation.
• A social bookmarking service is a
centralized online service which
enables users to add, annotate, edit,
and share bookmarks of web
• HTML or HyperText Markup
Language is the main markup
language for creating web pages and
other information that can be displayed in
a web browser.
• A podcast or netcast is a digital
medium consisting of an episodic series
of audio, video, PDF,
or ePub files subscribed to
and downloaded through web
syndication or streamed online to a
computer or mobile device.
• VoIP is a technology that allows telephone calls to
be made over computer networks like the Internet.
VoIP converts analog voice signals into digital
data packets and supports real-time, two-way
transmission of conversations using Internet
• Online chat may refer to any kind
of communication over the Internet that offers
a real-time transmission of text messages
from sender to receiver. Chat messages are
generally short in order to enable other
participants to respond quickly.
• The World Wide Web (abbreviated
as WWW or W3, commonly known as the
web) is a system of interlinked hypertext
documents accessed via the Internet.
• Streaming - On the Internet, there are two
ways to listen to or watch audio and video
files. The first way is to download the file to
your computer and watch the file after it
• A frequent, chronological publication of
personal thoughts and Web links.
• Social networking is the practice of expanding
the number of one's business and/or social
contacts by making connections through
• URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator.
• A URL is a formatted text string used by Web
browsers, email clients and other software to
identify a network resource on the Internet.
• A web feed (or news feed) is a data format used for
providing users with frequently updated content.
Content distributors syndicate a web feed, thereby
allowing users to subscribe to it.