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12/8/15; 12/10/15 Chapter 9 J101 The Internet. 1) Key Dates. a) 1972- The internet is invented. b) 1991- The internet opens to commercial use; HTML developed and the World Wide Web is born. c) 1995- Amazon.com popularizes e-commerce. d) 2000- Dot-com bust. e) 2007- Web 2.0. f) 2009- Google cyber-attack. 2) Internet. a) The first commercially available personal computer, the Altair, inspired by a young computer hacker from Seattle by the name of William Gates to write a programing language for it. b) It also inspired a young Steve Jobs to build the first Apple II in 1977. c) 1984, Apple’s Macintosh introduced a high-resolution graphics and multimedia to personal computers. d) 1991, Tim Berners-Lee of the CERN laboratory in Switzerland, wrote the hypertext markup language and the first web browser to solve the problem of transporting text documents across computer messages. 3) The Internet’s Impact. a) New web competes directly with conventional media and now threatens to replace some of them. b) Google is the new king of media. c) Craig’s List siphoned off classified advertising, once the lifeblood of newspaper advertising. d) Music file sharing ravages the business plans of the music industry and paved the way for the Apple’s ITunes. e) ¼ million books are available on Amazon’s Kindle e-book. f) Thousands of Hollywood movies are available for streaming over the internet. 4) Internet Activities. a) What is the most common activity in the internet? i) Checking e-mail. 5) Social Media: Web 2.0 a) Google, Facebook, twitter are pursuing alternative future of news and entertainment. b) Users would provide content c) Social media is drawing more advertising because it is attracting more users. 6) Facebook/ May 2012. a) The exponential growth in this platform. b) Engagement is the key. 7) The Future of the Internet. a) Cloud computing: you no longer need a hard drive, just a simple computer with a screen, keyboard and internet connection. b) Business models remain in development. c) Copayments: use the software by the minute or the hour. 8) Twitter. a) Get Connected. b) Reunited after 11 years. 12/8/15; 12/10/15 Chapter 9 J101 9) The Internet: The Downside. a) Cookies- tiny files that some websites deposit on visitor’s hard drives to recognize visitors and greet them and name without making them log in every time. i) Cookies also track and collate information between sites without the user’s knowledge and third-party cookies places by companies monitor Web advertising may also do so without the user’s knowledge. b) Spyware are programs that are downloaded on your computer when you install another application from the internet. i) Not only monitors your surfing behavior but causes ads to pop up on your screen in hopes of directing you to e-commerce sites. 10) Twitter’s Vain. a) Introduce in February 2013.
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