Bayot, John Ryan M.
Bachelor of Secondary Education
University of Santo Tomas
• Email or “Electronic mail” is a method in which an
author can exchange digital messages to one or more
recipients through the use of internet.
• Blog which came from the expression “web log” is a
discussion or informational site published on the internet
and it consists posts that are arranged in reverse
chronological order wherein newer posts comes first.
• Online chat may refer to any kind of communication in
the internet. It offers a real-time transmission of messages
from sender to receiver. It can be found in some social
sites on the internet.
• Social Bookmarking is a service that enables internet
users to add, edit, remove, or share bookmarks of web
• Uniform Resource Locator or abbreviated as “URL” is
usually displayed on top and inside the address bar of an
internet browser. It is made up of characters that will lead
you to a certain site.
• Streaming is the transfer or delivery of data as audio or
video in a continuous manner that will result into a
playback on the computer.
Podcast is an audio file similar to a radio broadcast and it
can be downloaded from the internet. A user can listen to it
by the use of computer, cell phones, mp3 players, etc.
• Voice Over Internet Protocol or also known as “VoIP” is a
converter that converts analogue signals into digital
signals that enables phone calls over the internet.
• Wiki is a collaborative site that contains information and
it’s content can be edited by anyone who has access to it
• Social Networking is an online service that focuses on
facilitating the building of social media and social
relations among people who uses it.
• World Wide Web or “www” for short is a system of
interlinked hypertext documents that may contain images,
text, etc. and can be accessed with the use of the internet.
• HyperText Markup Language or also known as “HTML”
is the language used for creating web pages and other
information used on the world wide web.
• Web Feed or also known as “News Feed” is a data format
that is being used to provide users with updated content
and it can also be referred to as a syndicate feed.