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Surfing The Internet
... or developing software for every conceivable type of computer.
Internet uses started out with big companies, then to the government, to the
universities and so on.
The World Wide Web or WWW, is an information service that is on the Internet.
The WWW is based on technology called hypertext, and was developed for physicist
so they could send and retrieve information more easily. The WWW basically is a
tool for exploring or surfing the Internet. The WWW is an attempt to organize
the Internet so you can find information easier moving threw document to
Why do I need to know this?
Well now that I got th ...
Computer Communications: Bus Network
... to regulate traffic.Star NetworkStar Network, in computer science, a
local area network in which each device (node) is connected to a central
computer in a star-shaped configuration (topology); commonly, a network
consisting of a central computer (the hub) surrounded by terminals. In a star
network, messages pass directly from a node to the central computer, which
handles any further routing (as to another node) that might be necessary. A star
network is reliable in the sense that a node can fail without affecting any
other node on the network. Its weakness, however, is that failure of the central
computer results i ...
ITT Trip Scheduling
... customers about each trip. In the next few paragraphs I go through the
major steps in developing a system of this nature. A system of this type goes
through several phases in its development. I start with the planning phase and
go on to discuss research, analysis and conceptual design. Then I talk a little
about the models used in this system. I finish by talking about the actual
design, the construction, and the implementation of the new ITT system. I
finish the paper with a discussion of maintaining the system.
The first step in building any DSS is planning. Planning is basically defining
the problem ...
... reader survey of
service and reliability. The units travel weight is a hefty 9.7 pounds, but
battery life was 2:52.
The NEC Versa LX is ready for travel at 8.2 pounds: at 1.8 inches
thick, it's thin. The battery lasted 2:59, and the unit was a great
performer. Other features include a 3.9 GB hard disk and an optional DVD
module for $150.
Sub-notebooks such as IBM Think Pad 600 packs a high-end punch into
a 6.5-pound travel weight, including a Pentium II/266 CPU, a 13.3-TFT
screen, and a 3.9 GB hard disk. The unit can take a CD-ROM, DVD, or floppy
disk drive internally ideal for those who need supreme portability ...
... yet because research in this area
is at the beginning stages. While lost in this so called 'Cyber Community'
for long periods of time, people are neglecting other important activities
like; time with the family, socializing, work and health concerns.
One of the most extensive studies on Internet Addiction to date was
conducted by Dr. Kimberly S. Young of the University of Pittsburgh at
Bradford. In her study, she revealed concrete evidence supporting the
Internet Addiction claim. However, help for web addicts is available. There
are several web sites available for the treatment of Internet addiction, as
well a ...
The Computer Market And Retailers: A Saturated Market
... Nobody Beats the Wiz, Lechmere, Circut City, Staples, and
Office Max - all within minutes in one another.
Yet, computer retailers insist that there has been a need for more stores -
specifically their own - citing a nearly constant updating of equipment
and a growing emphasis on service. They also believe revenue potential remains
because computers are constanly changing and more people are becoming curious
about the Internet.
Still, many worry the market potential might be waning. Analysts believe the
market is very close to being saturated, if not already there. there are only
so many computers a person will ...
... business and entrepreneurs are rushing to stake
their claim on the information superhighway through Gopher sites, World-Wide Web
sites, and electronic mailing lists. This article explains how businesses and
entrepreneurs are setting up information services on the Internet that allows
users to browse through picture catalogues, specification lists, and up to the
Ever since Sears Roebuck created the first pictorial catalogue, the
idea has fascinated US that merchandises could be selected and ordered in our
leisure time. Like any cataloging system, references make it easy to find what
Lasers And Their Uses
... a crystal, like ruby or garnet-or
of a gas, liquid, or other substance-are excited so that more of them are at
higher energy levels than are at lower energy levels. If a photon whose
frequency corresponds to the energy difference between the excited and ground
states strikes an excited atom, the atom is stimulated, as it falls back to a
lower energy state, to emit a second photon of the same frequency, in phase
with and in the same direction as the bombarding photon. This process is
called stimulated emission. The bombarding photon of the emitted photon may
then strike other excited atoms, stimulating further emissi ...
Webhosting For An Online Store
... the features and facilities your current Web host offers, or the performance of your Web host becomes unsatisfactory, or the worst possible scenario -- your Web host goes out of business.
For a brick and mortar business, the biggest tragedy is probably a fire -- few people realise how large a proportion of businesses fail to re-open after a major fire. I would equate the failure of a Web host for an e-commerce site to that of a fire for a traditional store, and would expect that a similarly high proportion of Web stores would go out of business as a result.
I guess that most Web merchants are complacent, either ass ...
... they have pirated anything, the answer you will most likely get is no. This is becuase most people do not know what computer/software piracy is nor do they understand it if they do.
The Software Publisher’s Association defines computer/software piracy as “the unauthorized use or illegal copying of a software product. It occurs in a number of forms, from the sharing of floppy disks to mismanagement of network software licenses and the production of counterfeit CD-ROMs, including “compilation CDs” that can contain thousands of dollars worth of products.” There are many ways that an individual can commit computer/sof ...