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Modern Developments in the      use of Internet          By Inqilab Patel   KN Academy Main Campus Malir
What is Internet?The Internet is a global system ofinterconnected computer networksthat use the standard Internetprotocol ...
Some important modern developments in  the use of Internet are given below:      – Web Browsers      – ISPs      – Wikis  ...
Web BrowsersA web browser is a software application forretrieving, presenting, and traversing informationresources on the ...
ISPsAn Internet service provider (ISP) is anorganization that provides access to theInternet.Internet service providers ca...
Wiki“A Wiki is a Web site that allows   anyone to add, delete, or revise   content by using a web   browser.” The primary ...
Social Networking• A social networking service is an online service, platform, or  site that focuses on building and refle...
Social Networking             Google Plus MySpace Others                  FacebookLinkedln        6%                0%    ...
TaggingTagging is a way of organizing and/or classifyinginformation on the Internet. Sometimes it’s done by justone person...
Digital Media Sharing Websites“Digital Media sharing sites are those whichprovide the means for a user to upload theirdigi...
Digital Media Sharing Websites
Digital Media Sharing Websites
Digital Media Sharing Websites
Digital Media Sharing Websites
PodcastsPodcasting is online audio content that is delivered via anRSS feed. Many people liken podcasting to radio ondeman...
Bit StreamingA bit stream is a contiguous sequence ofbits, representing a stream of data, transmittedcontinously over a co...
Thank you         By Inqilab Patel   (inqilab@ruknuddin.com)KN Academy Main Campus Malir
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  1. 1. Modern Developments in the use of Internet By Inqilab Patel KN Academy Main Campus Malir
  2. 2. What is Internet?The Internet is a global system ofinterconnected computer networksthat use the standard Internetprotocol suite to serve billions of usersworldwide.It is a network of networks thatconsists of millions of private, public,academic, business, and government networks, of local to globalscope, that are linked by a broad array of electronic, wireless andoptical networking technologies.Internet carries an extensive range of information resources andservices, such as the inter-linked hypertext documents of the WorldWide Web (WWW) and the infrastructure to support email.
  3. 3. Some important modern developments in the use of Internet are given below: – Web Browsers – ISPs – Wikis – Social Networking – Tagging – Blogs – Digital Media Sharing Websites – Podcasts – Bit Streaming
  4. 4. Web BrowsersA web browser is a software application forretrieving, presenting, and traversing informationresources on the World Wide Web.An information resource is identified by a Uniform ResourceIdentifier (URI) and may be a web page, image, video, or otherpiece of content. Hyperlinks present in resources enable userseasily to navigate their browsers to related resources.A web browser can also be defined as an application softwareor program designed to enable users to access, retrieveand view documents and other resources on the Internet. Although browsers are primarily intended to access the WorldWide Web, they can also be used to access informationprovided by web servers in private networks or files in filesystems.The major web browsers are Firefox, Google Chrome, InternetExplorer, Opera, and SafariThe first web browser was invented in 1990 by Tim Berners-Lee. It was called WorldWideWeb (no spaces) and was laterrenamed Nexus
  5. 5. ISPsAn Internet service provider (ISP) is anorganization that provides access to theInternet.Internet service providers can be eithercommunity-owned and non-profit, orprivately owned and for-profit.Access ISPs directly connect clients to theInternet using copper wires, wireless orfiber-optic connections. Hosting ISPs leaseserver space for smaller businesses andother people (collocation). Transit ISPsprovide large amounts of bandwidth forconnecting hosting ISPs to access ISPs
  6. 6. Wiki“A Wiki is a Web site that allows anyone to add, delete, or revise content by using a web browser.” The primary characteristics of a wiki are easy collaborative document editing and creation. Wikis allow multiple people to easily contribute to the same document and track the modification to that documentA wiki invites all users to edit any page or to create new pages within the wiki Web site, using only a plain-vanilla Web browser without any extra add-ons
  7. 7. Social Networking• A social networking service is an online service, platform, or site that focuses on building and reflecting of social networks or social relations among people, who, for example, share interests and/or activities.• Online community services are sometimes considered as a social network service, though in a broader sense, social network service usually means an individual-centered service whereas online community services are group-centered. Social networking sites allow users to share ideas, activities, events, and interests within their individual networks.• The main types of social networking services are those that contain category places (such as former school year or classmates), means to connect with friends (usually with self- description pages), and a recommendation system linked to trust.
  8. 8. Social Networking Google Plus MySpace Others FacebookLinkedln 6% 0% 67% 5% 8% Twitter 14%Facebook Twitter Linkedln Google Plus MySpace Others
  9. 9. TaggingTagging is a way of organizing and/or classifyinginformation on the Internet. Sometimes it’s done by justone person (the content creator), and other times it can bedone by a community (social tagging.)Imagine that for every piece of content you upload you couldattach little yellow stickies that help classify that content. Avideo of a day at the beach might betagged, “beach”, “maine”, “children”, “ocean”, “mutant sealattack”, or anything else that would help properly identify thatvideo for others.On a blog, tagging a post is a lot like assigning categories. Blogcategories help define the overreaching themes of the blog. Onthe flyte blog we have categories like, “analytics“, “entrepreneurand small business“, and “social media” where we place ourindividual posts. On your blog it should be categories thatdescribe what you write about.Tags perform a similar role, except that they are specific to thepost. If I were to write a post about Barack Obama’s use ofsocial media I might tag it “barack obama” but I wouldn’t add acategory called “Barack Obama” unless I planned on writingabout our 44th president on a regular basis.
  10. 10. Digital Media Sharing Websites“Digital Media sharing sites are those whichprovide the means for a user to upload theirdigital media (Textualcontent, images, audio and video) to a thirdparty online server, where they are storedand hosted for public or private access anddisplay.”Digital media refers to audio, video, and photocontent that has been encoded (digitallycompressed).Digital media is a form of electronic mediawhere data are stored in digital (as opposed toanalog) form. It can refer to the technical aspectof storage and transmission (e.g. hard diskdrives or computer networking) of informationor to the "end product", such as digitalvideo, augmented reality or digital art.
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  15. 15. PodcastsPodcasting is online audio content that is delivered via anRSS feed. Many people liken podcasting to radio ondemand. However, in reality, podcasting gives far moreoptions in terms of content and programming than radiodoes.In addition, with Podcasting, listeners can determine the timeand the place, meaning they decide what programming theywant to receive and when they want to listen to it.Podcasting is quickly becoming a buzz word among the techiecrowd. So what is podcasting, anyway?Listeners can retain audio archives to listen to at their leisure.While blogs have turned many bloggers intojournalists, podcasting has the potential to turn podcasters intoradio personalities.Podcasting can be used for:1. Self-Guided Walking Tours - Informational content.2. Music - Band promotional clips and interviews.3. Talk Shows - Industry or organizational news, investornews, sportscasts, news coverage and commentaries.4. Training - Instructional informational materials.5. Story - Story telling for children or the visually-impaired.
  16. 16. Bit StreamingA bit stream is a contiguous sequence ofbits, representing a stream of data, transmittedcontinously over a communications path, serially(one at a time).A bitstream or bit stream is a time series or sequenceof bits. A bytestream is a series of bytes, typically of 8bits each, and can be regarded as a special case of abitstream. Bitstreams are used extensively intelecommunications and computing: for example, theSDH communications technology transportssynchronous bitstreams, and the TCP communicationsprotocol transports a byte stream without synchronoustiming.The term bitstream is frequently used to describe theconfiguration data to be loaded into a fieldprogrammable gate array (FPGA). This usage mayhave originated based on the common method ofconfiguring the FPGA from a serial bit stream, typicallyfrom a serial PROM or flash memory chip, althoughmost FPGAs also support a byte-parallel loadingmethod as well. The detailed format of the bitstreamfor a particular FPGA chip is usually consideredproprietary to the FPGA vendor. .
  17. 17. Thank you By Inqilab Patel (inqilab@ruknuddin.com)KN Academy Main Campus Malir

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