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Friday, March 18, 2011

Chapter 6 & 7 Three facts from each Tutorial

                                      Chapter 6
Fact 1. I learned the difference between Push and Pull technologies. Pull is where the person looks up the information on the Internet when they are online, and Push is when the information is sent to the computer user when it is made available.
Fact 2. Mash-ups are combined web pages that obtain information from multiple web pages to meet needs of the computer user or company in place.
Fact 3 API( Application Programming Interface) are developed by programmers to make the operating systems respond to certain conditions so that mash-ups will work.
                                     Chapter 7
Fact 1. I learned there are two basic types of Encryption: private-key encryption which work well when the key can be passes from one user to another, public-key encryption works when the users are to far apart to pass a key to each other.
Fact 2. I did not know that cookie files could only be read by the website that installed them.
Fact 3. The newest type of secure encrypted connection is Secure Sockets Layer-Extended Validation (SSL-EV).

Friday, March 4, 2011

ITE 130; Chapter 5 three things learned.

Fact 1. I  learned many of the things on Web pages and other places on the Internet are protected by intellectual property laws to fully understand and use these law I recommend getting a lawyer and referencing this Web page :

Fact 2. I learned what most the file extension are for multimedia files are; For graphics and Images the most common are GIF ( Graphics Interchange Format) and JPEG ( Joint Photographic Experts Groups) and for Audio files the most common formats are Wave( WAV) and MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface), MP3 is a video compression that is used for music. last most common type of multimedia files are video and the most common of are MPEG(  Moving Picture Expert Group) and AVI ( Audio Video Interleaved).

Fact 3. Software is divided in to four main groups freeware,  shareware, limited edition, and licensed. Which as you could guess it goes from being free to having to pay in advance for the development of the software needed to meet the persons or companies needs.