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  • Common Online Terminologies Junel Iyana Marie G. Sayana Bachelor of Elementary Education Major in Elementary Education
  •  Electronic mail or commonly known as email  Used in sending and receiving messages through computer network.  1978 is the year when the first email system was created at UMDNJ in Newark, NJ.  Ray Tomlinson is the one who chose the symbol “@”. Timeline on the History of Email:
  •  Ward Cunningham, coined the term “wiki”.  Wiki is a Hawaiian word which means fast or quick.  Is a web application that allows people to add, edit, modify content in collaboration with others.  Most famous example is Wikipedia, it is an encyclopaedia which is written and edited continuously by web users around the world.
  •  Hyper Text Mark-up Language  It could be referred as the Academic Language of the Computer.  It is written in the form of HTML elements consisting of tags and angle brackets.  Sir Timothy John “Tim” Berners-Lee, is the first who implemented the first successful communication between HTTP client and server.
  •  Also known as netcast.  It consist of audio, video, PDF, or ePub files.  You subscribe to it and download through web syndication or streamed online to a computer.
  • Social Networking  Is an internet-based social media that helps you to connect with your family, friends, classmates, customers, and many more.  It could be used for social purposes and business purposes.
  • VoIP Voice over Internet Protocol
  •  It can be referred to any kind of communication on the internet.  It offers a real-time exchange of messages from sender to viewer.  Talkomatic, first online chat system. Created by Doug Brown and David R. Woolley.
  •  World Wide Web  It is a system of Internet servers that support special formatted documents.
  • Streaming
  • A Web site that contains an online personal journal with reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks provided by the writer
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