Villamor, Stephanie O.
Bachelor of Secondary Education
Pontifical and Royal
University of Santo Tomas
The Catholic University of the
Messages are distributed by electronic
means from one computer user to one or
more recipients via a network.
Wikipedia is a free Internet
encyclopedia edited by millions
of volunteers around the world
It is supported by non-profit Wikimedia
It is launched by Jimmy Wales and Larry
Sanger in January 15, 2001
A social bookmarking service is a
centralized online service which enables
users to add, annotate, edit, and
share bookmarks of web documents.
HTML means HyperText Markup
It is the main markup language for
creating web pages and other information
that can be displayed in a web browser.
A podcast or netcast is a digital
medium consisting of an episodic series
of audio, video, PDF, or ePub files subscribed
to and downloaded through web syndication or
streamed online to a computer or mobile
The term "podcasting" was first mentioned by
Ben Hammersley in The Guardian newspaper
in February 2004. It is a combination of iPod
EXAMPLES OF PODCASTS
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a
methodology and group of technologies for
the delivery of voice communications and
multimedia sessions over Internet
Protocol (IP) networks, such as the Internet.
Online chat refers to any kind of
communication over the Internet that offers
a real-time transmission of text messages
from sender to receiver.
The World Wide Web (abbreviated
as WWW or W3, commonly known as the
web) is a system of interlinked hypertext
documents accessed via the Internet.
Streaming technology allows you to transmit
audio, video and other multimedia over the
Mobile Video Streaming
A social networking service is an online
service, platform, or site that focuses on
facilitating the building of social networks that
share interests, activities, backgrounds, or
A uniform resource locator is a specific
character string that constitutes a reference
to a resource. In most web browsers, the
URL of a web page is displayed on top inside
an address bar
It was standardized in 1994 by Tim BernersLee and the URI working group of
the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
A blog is a discussion or informational site
published on the World Wide Web and
consisting of discrete entries ("posts")
typically displayed in reverse chronological
The term "blog", was coined by Peter
A web feed (or news feed) is a data format
used for providing users with frequently
updated content. Content
distributors syndicate a web feed, thereby
allowing users to subscribe to it. Making a
collection of web feeds accessible in one
spot is known as aggregation, which is
performed by an agrregator.
A web feed is also sometimes referred to as
a syndicated feed.