Internet Terms

Internet terms refer to the vocabulary and slang used in the context of the internet and online communication. These terms can include words and phrases related to social media, online communities, e-commerce, online gaming, and other areas of the internet.

Some examples of internet terms include “blog,” “tweet,” “vlog,” “meme,” “troll,” and “viral.” Many internet terms are constantly evolving and changing, and it is important for internet users to stay up-to-date on the latest terminology in order to fully understand and participate in online conversations.

Knowing internet terms can also help you navigate the internet and use online resources more efficiently. For example, if you know the term “blog,” you can more easily find and read online articles and personal journals written by others. If you know the term “tweet,” you can more conveniently find and follow updates from people on Twitter. Also, knowing internet terms can help you talk to people online more effectively and understand what they are talking about. 

What is a Permalink?


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A permalink, short for “permanent link,” is a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) that is intended to remain unchanged for the lifetime of the content to which it more ⟶
What is Grid Computing?

Grid Computing

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Grid computing is a distributed computing paradigm that involves the use of a large number of computers to solve complex problems or perform large-scale data processing more ⟶
What is E-commerce?


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The term “e-commerce,” which stands for “electronic commerce,” describes the process of buying and selling products and services through the more ⟶
What is a Datagram?


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A “datagram” is a self-contained, independent entity of data carrying sufficient information to be routed from the source to the destination computer without reliance on earlier exchanges between the source and destination computers and the transporting more ⟶
What is a Cybersquatter?


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A cybersquatter is an individual or organization that registers, traffics in, or uses a domain name in bad faith with the intent to benefit from the reputation of another person’s more ⟶
What is Adware?


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Adware, short for “advertising-supported software,” is a type of software that displays advertisements on a computer or mobile more ⟶
What is the Address Bar?

Address Bar

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The address bar, also known as the URL bar or location bar, is a feature found in most web browsers that allows users to input and navigate to a specific more ⟶
What is 5G?


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5G is the fifth generation of mobile network technology that is designed to provide faster and more reliable internet connectivity to devices such as smartphones, tablets, and more ⟶
What is the Web?


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The World Wide Web, commonly referred to as the “Web,” is a vast network of interconnected documents and other resources linked by hyperlinks and more ⟶
What is Flaming?


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Flaming is the act of posting or sending offensive messages or statements with the intention of insulting or causing distress to the more ⟶
What is ActiveX?


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ActiveX is a technology developed by Microsoft that is used to create software components that can be used in a variety of applications and programming more ⟶