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  • Common Online Terminologies Jenina Alba Bachelor of Secondary Education University of Santo Tomas
  • Email Emails are messages sent electronically from one computer user to another via a network. Email or e-mail stands for Electronic Mail An internet email message is composed of a message envelope, message header, and a message body.
  • A blog is a website or web page where people post their opinions, experiences, and activities. Blogs can be used as diaries, or can be used for sharing one’s own commentary, and views on a certain subject. Blog
  • Online Chat An online chat is when Online chats can be one on one, or with a group of people. Chat messages are usually short so responses can be sent quickly. people, who are on a computer at the same time, send messages to each other via the internet. Messages are sent and read immediately.
  • Social Bookmarking Social Bookmarking is a service online that allows people to add, annotate, and share bookmarks of web documents. Tagged pages can be accessed from any computer, since these pages are stored on the web.
  • URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator. It is a formatted text string used to identify a reference or resource on the internet. URL A URL is made up of three parts. These three parts are: the network protocol, address, and the resource location.
  • Streaming Streaming is a method of relaying data on a computer as a stream continuously. Live streaming is media delivered live over the internet.
  • Podcast Podcasts are series of audio, video, or PDF files that can be downloaded through web syndication. Podcasts can be streamed online to computers, and mobile devices.
  • VoIP VoIP stands for voice- internet protocol. With this, telephone calls can be made over computer networks.
  • Wiki A wiki is a website where people can edit content in collaboration with other people.
  • Social Networking Social Networking are websites and applications where people can communicate with each other informally.
  • WWW  WWW stands for World Wide Web  The World Wide Web refers to all of the resources and users using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
  • HTML HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language HTML is the main markup language for creating web pages.
  • Web Feed A web feed is a data format used for providing users with content that is updated frequently.
  • References  p/g/bldef_voip.htm       ssbestuses/g/bldef-url.htm