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  • 5. The Internet
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    • The Internet
    • is a collection of computers throughout the world which are mostly connected using telephone lines for the purpose of sharing information.
    • it is an international web of interconnected government, education & business computer networks.
  • 7. ARPA (1957 ) Advanced Research Projects Agency 1962 Packet-switching technology is propose. Wherein messages are divided into packets before they are sent. Each packet is then transmitted individually and can even follow different routes to its destination.
  • 8. Once all the packets forming a message arrive at the destination, they are recompiled into the original message. Packet is a piece of a message transmitted over a packet-switching network. http://www.pbs.org/opb/nerds2.0.1/geek_glossary/packet_switching_flash.html Who owns the Internet? No organization, corporation or government owns or runs the internet, the equipment –the computers, the cables, the routers are owns by the gov’t & private org. are paid for taxes & user fees.
  • 9. Internet Explorer Window
  • 10. MENU BAR STATUS BAR BROWSER PANE STANDARD TOOLBAR ADDRESS BAR Links bar EXPLORER BAR TITLE BAR
  • 11. Menu bar - contains all the commands you need to access and move around the web page. Address bar – displays the address of the current page. Title bar –a displays the name of the web page you are viewing. Standard Toolbar – provides buttons to access & move around the web pages & work in Internet Explorer.
  • 12. Status bar – shows the progress of loading page. Links toolbar - contains buttons for quick access to your favorite web sites. Browser pane – displays the current doc. or web page. Explore bar – displays links to web pages from search result, favorite list
  • 13. The Internet Explorer Standard Buttons
  • 14. The Back button allows you to go back to the previous internet page you visited .
  • 15. Forward button lets you display the next page if you had used the Back button to get to the current page..
  • 16. Stop button stops internet activities.
  • 17. Refresh button used to resend the request to open a particular URL again once the connection has been reset . .
  • 18. Search button allows you to gain access to search provider.
  • 19. Favorites button allows you to store the websites that you like .
  • 20. History button shows you the list of sites that you have recently visited.
  • 21. Home button allows you to return to the home page of the site that you are visiting. Last
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    • Uses of
    • Internet
    • communicate w/ people
    • retrieve information
    • What is e-mail?
    • It is an electronic message sent from one
    • device to another.
    • E-mail address
    • defines the location of the an individual’s
    • mailbox on the internet.
  • 23. Parts of an E-mail address: 1. user name 2. domain name username@domain name E-mail addresses: [email_address] [email_address] [email_address] [email_address] standard format of the e-mail address
  • 24. My E-mail address: [email_address] [email_address] [email_address] My Username is: k05132007 My Domain name are: yahoo.com gmail.com hotmail.com
  • 25. How E-mail works? http://www.learnthenet.com/english/animate/email.html
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  • 27. Direction: Fill in the blank. ___ 1. It is an international web of interconnected government, education & business computer networks. ___ 2. It is a piece of a message transmitted over a packet-switching network. ___ 3. What is the standard format of the email address? ___ 4. The acronym ARPA stands for ? ___ 5. Packet-switching technology is propose in the year ____?
  • 28. Enumeration: 6-10. Give at least 5 parts of Internet Explorer Window.
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    • Assignment:
    • What are the different Organizational and
    • Geographical Domain?
    • 2. What are the different rules in using the
    • internet?
    • Ref: any Internet computer book
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  • 31. Organizational Domain Com – commercial company Edu – educational institution Gov - government institution Mil – military Net – an internet service provider Geographical Domain ph – Philippines jp - Japan au – Australia us – USA
  • 32. E-mail Abbreviations: BFN – OIC – TGIF – BTW – TIA – CUL – LOL – bye for now Oh I see thanks God its Friday by the way see you later thanks in advance laughing out loud
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    • Rules in Cyberspace
    • DO use the Internet to help with schoolwork. The Internet is a source of great volumes of information .
    • 2. DO use the Internet to "visit" museums in far away places.
    • 3. DO use the Internet to meet children in other countries or to keep in touch with pen pals who live far away in this country or other countries.
  • 34. Hidden Emoticons :-?? I don't know ~O) coffee !%-( not listening *-:) idea :@) pig :-L frustrated :(|) monkey [-O< praying ~:> chicken b-( feeling beat up @};- rose :)>- peace sign %%- good luck [-X shame on you
  • 35. :D/ dancing >:/ bring it on :-j oh go on ;)) hee hee >-) alien :-@ chatterbox ^:)^ not worthy
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    • Introducing Yahoo! Mail
    • Here’s How
    • Open a Web browser,
    • (Internet Explorer or Mozilla
    • Firefox)
    • 2. Enter the following address
    • in the browser’s address
    • box and type
    • http://mail.yahoo.com
    • 3. Press Enter :
    • 4. Type your Yahoo! ID and
    • password, then click the
    • 5. Sign In button.
  • 37. Yahoo! Mail appears in the browser & displays your Mail Home page.
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