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Common types of terminologies related to the internet.

Common types of terminologies related to the internet.

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    • Common Online Terminologies Prepared by: Jason Alfred A. Silo University of Santo Tomas Bachelor in Secondary Education
    • E-Mail • In terms of my experiences, the first thing that comes in my mind in relations to the e-mail is yahoo or probably in everyone’s cases is Facebook. It is because of the e-mail that common people like us are able to interact in this so called social websites such as Facebook, twitter or even with Friendster. Also, almost everything in the website requires our email address. Besides Facebook, other websites entirely require our email address. So it is utilize not only in the famous sites but probably everything else entirely. • In terms of definition, an E-mail also known as the Electronic mail is a type of method utilized in receiving, relaying and storing a vast array of messages that the sender wishes to forward to the recipient. It is also required in certain websites, this probably for the security of the user.
    • Online Chat • Online Chatting is a diverse form of communication through the Internet that allows two or more persons to communicate to one another in terms of exchanging ideas or for casual conversations. It can be in a form of written chat or in some cases video chats that allows full time interactions
    • Blog - Also referred as a web blog, blogs are sites that allow users to employ discussions on certain subjects or topics and also serve as an information site. The diversity of the blog is that not only does it serves as an information website but it also allows the blogger to communicate to his readers and other bloggers as well. Comments are allowed to some certain blogs but some blogs does not allow comments from the reader.
    • URL • An URL or Uniform Resource Locator is a type of character string that serves as a certain reference or to simply put it as the location of a certain resource or website that is usually located on the address bar.
    • Social Bookmarking • Social bookmarking is a kind of concentrated service that allows users to edit, format and share different types of bookmarks on web documents • Tagging is a common term associated with social bookmarking
    • Podcast • A podcast or also known as a net cast is a type of digital media that constitutes a collection of videos, audio and other kinds of files that can be relayed and downloaded through a website or streamed online.
    • Streaming • Streaming is a type of multimedia usually associated with videos that is constantly received and relayed by the user while being delivered to the provider.
    • VoIP • Also known as Voice- Over Internet Protocol is a method used to relay voice communications through the Internet.
    • WiKi • A type of web application that allows users to format, erase or add information content in usual collaboration with other people.
    • Social Networking • A type of online community that collaborates with a lot of people that share a common interest or purpose.
    • WWW • Also known as the World Wide Web is a complex system that constitutes a vast array of hypertext documents that can be accesed in the Internet.
    • HTML • Also known as the Hypertext Mark-up language that allows users to create their very own webpages that can be accessed and viewed in the Internet.
    • Web Feed • A type of data format that provides users with content that is constantly updated.
    • Reference • I based my presentation on the data I collected on Wikipedia. For other questions, please inquire at my e-mail.