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  • 1. CLASS 2 Introduction to Computers
  • 2. Let’s review
    • What do the following chat acronyms mean?
    • CUL8R AFAIK b4 AFK BCNU BRB BTW
    • What’s a GUI?
    • Good Understanding Internet
    • Graphics Used Inside
    • Graphical User Interface
    • Goodies Under Ice
  • 3. Let’s review
    • What are these? Work together.
    a. b. c.
  • 4. Let’s review
    • What are these? Work together.
    scrollbar window(s) menu
  • 5. Let’s review
    • What are these? Work together.
    a. b. c.
  • 6. Let’s review
    • What are these? Work together.
    Start button taskbar system tray
  • 7. Let’s review
    • What are these? Work together.
    a b c
  • 8. Let’s review
    • What are these? Work together.
    desktop submenu icons
  • 9. Meme review
    • What are the 4 phases of a meme?
    • a) Introduction, Overexposure, Parody, Equilibrium
    • b) Introduce, Overtime, Parrot, Equal
    • c) Internet, Overseas, Potty, Equator
    • d) Intern, Overnight, Plenty, Equity
  • 10. Meme review
    • Match the terms with what you’d likely hear during a particular phase of a meme.
    • a. Introduction ___ OMG! Have seen this cute/funny thing online?
    • b. Overexposure ___ That’s pretty good, but look at this new version!
    • c. Parody ___ Oh, I remember that. It was popular - last year.
    • d. Equilibrium ___ Yeah, everyone’s been talking about that one.
  • 11. Meme review
    • Match the terms with what you’d likely hear during a particular phase of a meme.
    • a. Introduction _a_ OMG! Have seen this cute/funny thing online?
    • b. Overexposure _c_ That’s pretty good, but look at this new version!
    • c. Parody _d_ Oh, I remember that. It was popular - last year.
    • d. Equilibrium _b_ Yeah, everyone’s been talking about that one.
  • 12. Chat acronyms
    • Chat acronyms
    • 411 -
    • BFF -
    • DL -
    • FYI -
    • GTG -
    • HTH -
    • IDK -
    • JK -
  • 13. Chat acronyms
    • Chat acronyms
    • 411 - Information (I’ll give you the 411 on that boy…)
    • BFF - Best Friends Forever (We’re BFFs!)
    • DL - DownLoad (I DL’d the latest 白冰冰 video yesterday)
    • FYI - For Your Information (FYI, I’m from Puli!)
    • GTG - Got To Go (Class is over - GTG!)
    • HTH - Hope That Helps (I’ll call the teacher for you, HTH)
    • IDK - I Don’t Know (What’s a meme? IDK)
    • JK - Just Kidding ( I love you… JK! JK! JK!)
  • 14. Graphic User Interfaces
    • Graphic User Interfaces (GUIs) help users interact with their computers.
    • If you use a mouse to click on something, it’s probably a GUI
    • Take a look at the following GUI items:
  • 15. URL Breakdown - as seen on commonjoedesigns.com
    • URL means Uniform Resource Locator.
    • It can be thought of as the "address" of any part of a website.
    • It is comprised of many parts, so let’s break it down:
    docs.
  • 16. Break it Down
    • Protocol
    • Subdomain
    • Domain name
    • Top level domain
    • Folder
    • File Name
    • File Extension
    • http://clients.jadekite.com/shaunreimers/EasyTech/_lessons.htm
  • 17. Break it Down
    • PROTOCOL
    • The protocol enables the browser and server to communicate with each other.
    • Common protocols include:
    • http: - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol - common websites
    • https: - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol - secured websites
    • ftp: - File Transfer Protocol - used for servers who handle file uploads and downloads
    • mailto: - mailservers
  • 18. Break it Down
    • SUBDOMAIN
    • translate.google.com
    • is a URL with subdomain “translate”.
    • Here the:
    • “ .com” is the first level domain - the top level domain “google” is the second level domain - the domain “translate” is the third level domain - the subdomain
    • What is the purpose of subdomains?
    • Subdomains help divide a site into different specialties,
      • docs.google.com - Google documents
      • mail.google.com - Gmail
      • news.google.com - Google news
  • 19. Break it Down
    • DOMAIN NAME
    • You would probably agree that every house in the world has a different address. The same is true for computers. This is done by something called an Internet Protocol (IP) which is a series of numbers and dots. For this website the server it is on has an IP address of 69.89.31.70
    • You can find the IP address of your computer by typing “IP” into Google.
    • These numbers are difficult to remember however so something was created called domain names. These are words that make sense to the reader and are linked to the IP address.
  • 20. Break it Down
    • TOP LEVEL DOMAIN
    • The top level domain (TLD) is a way of identifying the purpose of a website. Here are several examples of generic top level domains. The public cannot use certain domains such as '.edu' or '.mil'.
    • Here are some of the earliest top level domains
    • .com - generic or commercially oriented sites
    • .edu - educational institution websites
    • .net - generic or network oriented sites
    • .org - noncommercial (non-profit) organizations
    • .mil - military (army, navy, etc. websites)
  • 21. Break it Down
    • FOLDER
    • The slash "/" after the top level domain can be thought of as a separator. It separates the Internet and the actual computer the file or web page is located on.
    • Common folders would be 'images', and 'documents'. This is like someone finding your house and then knowing what room to look in for something.
  • 22. Break it Down
    • FILENAME
    • This one is easy! This is the actual name of the file you are viewing. There will always be a file, so there will always be a filename.
    • FILE EXTENSION
    • This has the exact same meaning as the file extensions on your computer. The extension helps the browser decide how to handle the file.
    • Some common file extensions:
    • .jpg .txt .doc .ppt .xls .mp3 .exe .torrent
    • If you ever want to check a certain file extension, you can type it directly into Google. Google is your friend.
  • 23. How to Google Here’s a typical web search results page. What do the numbers below mean?
  • 24. 1. The title : The first line of any search result is the title of the webpage. 2. The snippet : A description of or an excerpt from the webpage. 3. The URL : The webpage's address. 4. Cached link : A link to an earlier version of this page. Click here if the page you wanted isn't available.
  • 25. Better Searches Make Better Results Here are some modifiers to make Google searching easier… “ ” - ~ OR .. Exact Phrase Exclude Words Synonyms Multiple Words Numeric Range
  • 26. “ ” Exact Phrase What it Does: Searches for an exact phrase What to Type: “One small step for man” What You’ll Get: Results that include the exact phrase, “One small step for man”. Note: Google doesn’t care about UPPERCASE or lowercase letters, or punctuation.
  • 27. - Exclude Words What it Does: Removes results with words you don’t want What to Type: ice -cream What You’ll Get: Results about ice, without results about ice cream.
  • 28. ~ Synonyms What it Does: Searches for a word and all other words that might mean the same. What to Type: ~ mobile phone What You’ll Get: Results with the word “phone”, such as “cell”, “cellular”, “wireless”, etc.
  • 29. OR Multiple Words What it Does: Searches for results that might include either search term. What to Type: vacation Taipei OR Kaohsiung What You’ll Get: Results with the word “vacation Taipei” or “vacation Kaohsiung”
  • 30. .. Numeric Range What it Does: Searches for a range of numbers What to Type: iPad2 $250..$400 What You’ll Get: Results for the iPad2 with prices between $250 and $400.
  • 31. You Try. “ ” - ~ OR ..
    • On your own, try to:
    • Create a search using only two words to search for food facts and nutrition and cooking information.
    • Search for an English course in either Harvard or Yale.
    • Search for information on the best-known phrase from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”.
    • Search for information on the animal “lion”.
    • Try to find a Harry Potter book from $5 to $10
  • 32. You Try. “ ” - ~ OR ..
    • On your own, try to:
    • two words for food facts and nutrition and cooking: ~food ~facts
    • English course Harvard / Yale. English Harvard OR Yale
    • “ Hamlet” best-known phrase: “to be or not to be”
    • animal “lion”: lion -football -os
    • Try to find a Harry Potter book from $5 to $10:
    • Harry Potter book $5..$10
  • 33. Meme of the Day
    • LOLSPEAK
    • LOLCATS
    • IMAGE MACROS
    • speaklolcat.com
  • 34. Review
    • What are the 4 phases of a meme?
    • What do you type into Google for the following:
    • What is LOLspeak? ASCII Artwork? An Image Macro?
    • What are the following parts of a Google search return page?
    • a. snippet b. title c. cached
    • What are the following chat acronyms?
    411 BFF DL FYI GTG HTH IDK JK Exact Phrase Exclude Words Synonyms Multiple Words Numeric Range

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