• Electronic mail, most commonly referred to as
email or e-mail.
• is a method of exchanging messages from any
person to one or more recipients.
• Modern email today can be used with the help
of the internet.
• A wiki is a Web site that allows users to add
and update content on the site using their own
• A great example of a large wiki is the
• The term "wiki" comes from the Hawaiian
phrase, "wiki wiki," which means "super fast."
• A social bookmarking service is a centralized
online service which enables users to
add, annotate, edit, and share bookmarks of
• Social bookmarking does not save the
• Stands for “Hyper-Text Markup Language.”
• Also known as hypertext documents
• Web pages must conform to the rules of
HTML in order to be displayed correctly in a
• It is also called netcast
• It is a digital medium consisting of an episodic
series of audio, video, PDF files subscribed to
and downloaded through web syndication.
• It can be streamed online to a computer or
• VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol.
• It is another way of making phone calls, with
the difference of making the calls cheaper or
• It may refer to any kind of communication
over the internet that offers a realtime transmission of text messages from
sender to receiver.
• Stands for "World Wide Web.“
• The Web consists of pages that can be
accessed using a Web browser.
• It is commonly seen in the forms of audio and
• It is when a multimedia file can be played back
without being completely downloaded first.
• Short for "Web Log," this term refers to a list
of journal entries posted on a Web page.
• Anybody who knows how to create and
publish a Web page can publish their own
• Social networking websites allow users to be
part of a virtual community.
• These websites provide users with simple tools
to create a custom profile with text and
• It stands for “Uniform Resource Locator.”
• It cannot have spaces or certain other
characters and uses forward slashes to denote
• A web feed is also sometimes referred to as
a syndicated feed.
• It is a data format used for providing users
with frequently updated content.
• It is also called news feed.