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Internet Exploration November 20, 2009

Posted by breizle in Internet Exploration.
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I am now on Second Year. New start,New beginning, and new lesson to face off…

Our first lesson when I was still in Second year was exploration on the Internet. Our teacher explained what is a world wide web , Internet, and many more terminologies related on the topic. I discover that the World Wide Web (“WWW” or simply the “Web”) is a global information medium which users can read and write via computers connected to the Internet. The term is often mistakenly used as a synonym for the Internet itself, but the Web is a service that operates over the Internet, as e-mail does. As we know through the power of internet, fast communication and access of information can be benefited from it. We can send instant messages, pictures and many more application through emails, and other electronic program.

As a requirement for us ICT students, we are required to make a yahoo account. All the activities and assignments will be sent to the email address of our teacher. At his part, it will be easy for him to check our outputs by figuring it on his yahoo mail.

Yahoo Mail really helps me in many ways most especially in communicating someone far away from me.  But it have advantages and disadvantages in using it. Check it out.! But after the grading period, I already know how to explore in the Internet. I knew the different search techniques inorder to access accurate information in fast and efficient way.

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