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111: Future Of Radio And The Internet
The future of radio and the future of the Internet are irrevocably intertwined. Recently, radio has begun to be broadcast over the Internet, and Internet content has begun to be broadcast over the airwaves. For this exchange of positions to occur, there needs to be a change in transmission of sound from the standard analogue of radio, to the ...
112: Cyberspace
Cyberspace The Internet is a method of communication and a source of information that is becoming more popular among those who are interested in, and have the time to surf the information superhighway. The problem with this much information being accessible to this many people is that some of it is deemed inappropriate for minors. The government wants censorship, but a segment of the population does not. Legislative regulation of the Internet would be an appropriate function of the government. The Communications Decency Act is an amendment which prevents the information superhighway from becoming a computer "red light district." On June 14, 1995, by a vote of 84-16, the United States Senate passed the amendment. It is now being brought through the House of Representatives.1 The Internet is owned and operated by the government, which gives them the obligation to restrict the materials available through it. Though it appears to have sprung up overnight, the inspiration of free-spirited hackers, it ...
113: Regulating The Internet: Who's In Charge
Regulating The Internet: Who's In Charge The internet was started by the military in the late forties, and has since grown to an incredibly large and complex web, which will no doubt effect all of us in the years to come. The press ... the dark side of this web, a network which should be veiwed as a tremendous resource of information and entertainment. Instead, due to this negative image, more and more people are shying away from the internet, afraid of what they may find there. We must find a way to regulate what is there, protect ourselves from what is unregulatable, and educate the general populace on how to use this tremendous ...
114: Amazon.com
... business activity, there has been new ways and means of conducting business through something we call technology. Today, in 1999, the number one technique of tying business into technology would be the use of the Internet. The Internet is a computer application that connects tens of thousands of interconnected computer networks around the world. Users are directly joined to other computer users at there own will for a small connection fee per month, or pay nothing at all. The connection conveniently includes unlimited access to over a million web sites twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Since the Internet can be accessed by millions of people all time, it would be a great incentive for such a business like Amazon to do business over the Internet. The Internet can help Amazon in number ...
115: History of The Internet
History of The Internet The Internet is a worldwide connection of thousands of computer networks. All of them speak the same language, TCP/IP, the standard protocol. The Internet allows people with access to these networks to share information and knowledge. Resources available on the Internet are chat groups, e-mail, newsgroups, file transfers, and the World Wide Web. The Internet has no ...
116: Technological Literacy
... contexts and the diverse learning styles and needs of students. Of all the innovations in communications technologies over the past two decades, the video cassette recorder (VCR), computer, and now the global network of the internet have had the most profound effect on home entertainment, education, and workplace practice. The video cassette recorder (VCR) permanently changed the way viewers access broadcast television. No longer tied to network schedules, viewers now take ... many ways, these concerns parallel public fears over the advent of TV in the 1940s, silent pictures at the turn of the century, or the coming of the book in the late 1400s. Today, the internet is generating equally profound changes in the way we communicate, and how we access, produce, and distribute information and knowledge. Yet the internet too is generating virulent responses from the public and social critics about its `anarchic' nature: the inability to control it, to censor it, to manage and limit it. The internet gets a lot of ...
117: Future O Internet
... net grocer every time you were low on milk or what if your car placed a call to your mechanic when you have car a problem? Its all possible with a little imagination and the internet. We can only begin to imagin what possible with the future of the internet the only thing we can be sure of is that it will play a large roll in our evreyday life. In this essay I will not try to bring you scenes from a science fiction novel but instead give you a realistic picture of what is possible with the future of the internet. It is very difficult to predict the future of the internet because it continues to amaze us. Many tried to preidct the future of computers but few succeeded. It was Bill Gates, in 1981, ...
118: The Computer and Mass Communication
... microprocessor, electronic circuitry, software, and a display screen. On the floor is a modem, which lets my computer talk to other computers over the phone lines. There are more than 30 million people on the Internet whom I could reach via modem if I knew their electronic- mail address. I check my E-mail; I'm carrying on several electronic conversations about this essay, and about other topics. I check a ... and a number of other advances have so enlarged the quantity and types of information that may soon be able to be transmitted that a qualitative change in culture may be imminent (Poster,1995). The Internet takes advantage of and harnesses the above technology. Rheingold (1993) states that virtual communities are social aggregations that emerge from the Internet when enough people carry on public discussions long enough, with sufficient human feeling, to form webs of personal relationships in cyberspace. The Internet is home to many virtual communities . These communities are based on ...
119: Windows NT
Windows NT Once a small and simple collection of computers run by the Defence Department, is now a massive world wide network of computers, what we call the 'Internet'. The word "Internet" literally means "network of networks." In itself, the Internet is composed of thousands of smaller local networks scattered throughout the globe. It connects roughly 15 million users in more than 50 countries a day. The World Wide Web (WWW) is mostly used on ...
120: The Future Of The Internet
The Future Of The Internet In Today's world of computers, the internet has become part of ones regular vocabulary. The internet is everywhere, in the news, the newspaper, magazines, and entire books are written on it regularly. Its growth rate is incredible, increasing by about 10% every month (Dunkin 180). This rapid growth rate could ...

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