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    Activity 13 common online terminologies Activity 13 common online terminologies Presentation Transcript

    • Sophia Mae Villanueva COMP1A University of Santo Tomas
    • COMMON ONLINE TERMINOLOGIES Email  Wiki  Social Bookmarking  HTML  Podcast  VoIP  Online Chat  WWW  Streaming  Blog  Social Networking  URL  Web Feed 
    • EMAIL Electronic Mail  It was originally developed to send simple messages. Now, HTML bases email can use the same code as web pages to incorporate formatted text, colors, and images into the message. Documents can be also attached to email messages. 
    • WIKI Wiki (a Hawaiian word “wiki wiki” = super fast)  Collaborative Website  A web site that allows users to add or edit a content on the site using their own web browser. 
    • SOCIAL BOOKMARKING The practice of saving bookmarked Web pages to a public website to share the links with other internet uses.  A tool that allows you to add tags and comments to your bookmarks. 
    • HTML Hypertext Markup Language  A markup language used to structure text and multimedia documents and to set up hypertext links between documents, used extensively on the World Wide Web. 
    • PODCAST Podcast (iPod + Broadcast)  It’s an Audio and Video broadcasts that comes out in episodes.  It can be created by anyone who has a microphone or a digital video camera and a computer with a recording software. 
    • VOIP Voice over Internet Protocol  Voice transmitted over a digital network.  Often referred as IP Telephony (IPT) because it uses internet protocols to make possible enhanced voice communications. 
    • ONLINE CHAT  It 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, a feeling similar to a spoken conversation.
    • WWW World Wide Web  Collection of internet resources, hyperlinked text, audio, video files and remote sites that can be accessed and searched by browsers based on the standards such as HTTP and TCP/IP. 
    • STREAMING  Data streaming commonly seen in the forms of audio and video streaming. It is when a multimedia file can be played back without being downloaded first.
    • BLOG  A web site that contains online personal journal with reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks provided by the writer.
    • SOCIAL NETWORKING  Social networking websites allow users to be a part of a virtual community. For example Facebook. These websites provide users with simple tools to create a custom profile with text and pictures. A typical profile includes basic information about the user, possibly a blog or other comment published by the user. Advanced profiles may include videos, photo albums or online applications.
    • URL Uniform Resource Locator  Used to get a specific web address. 
    • WEB FEED  A document which contains content items with web links to longer versions. News websites and blogs are common sources for web feeds. The two main web feed formats are RSS and Atom.
    • REFERENCES       