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Glossary of Internet terms. Underlined orange links point to terms within this Glossary.

Index - Chars Nums A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z - User Guide

  1. Backbone

  2. Bandwidth

  3. Basic Authentication

  4. Baud

  5. BBL

  6. BBS

  7. BBS

  8. Beans

  9. Binary

  10. Bit

  11. Blog

  12. BPS

  13. BRB

  14. Broadband

  15. Browser

  16. BTW

  17. Byte







  1. Backbone

    High-speed cables or a series of cables that merge together to form a major channel for a network. Backbones can be large or small depending on the size of the network. Often referred to as a "Set of paths" that smaller ISPs connect to for long distance transmission of data. The connection point are known as "Network nodes" or Data Switching Exchanges (DSEs).

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  2. Bandwidth

    Technically, bandwidth is the amount of data carried through a communications channel (a cable). Or data transfer. Each time you download a web page, you are using bandwidth. Bandwidth is measured in bytes but more commonly (by hosts) in gigabytes.

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  3. Basic Authentication

    Apache server software used to protect the contents of a directory via a file known as .htaccess. An authentication protocol that is supported by all of the major browsers. See Upload Pro for a script that handles the creation and management of .htaccess files.

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  4. Baud

    The measure of the number of bits per second which a modem can transfer data. Technically, 1 baud moves 4 bits. So when a device has a specification of 600 baud, it runs at 2,400 bits per second.

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  5. BBL

    Acronym for : Be Back Later. Commonly used in online chat rooms.

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  6. BBS

    Acronym for : Bulletin Board System. A meeting place for people with common interests where discussions take place in the form of "Posts". Posts are messages left on a web page which can be read and replied to by other community members at any time of the day.

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  7. BBS

    Acronym for : Be Back Soon. Commonly used in online chat rooms.

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  8. Beans

    JavaBeansTM are portable, platform-independant, reusable components. Software code bases that can be visually modified, combined and customized. See also JavaTM..

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  9. Binary

    1) Data consisting of 1's and 0's, machine code.

    2) Type of file or database with characters that cannot be read by humans

    3) The FTP transfer type. All text document, documents that can be read by humans, should be transferred in ASCII mode. Binary files, such as images an swf (flash) files, should be transferred in binary mode.

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  10. Bit

    Abbreviation for : binary digit. The smallest piece of data that can be understood be a computer. Either a 1 or a 0. See also Bit, Byte, Megabyte, Gigabyte, Terabyte

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  11. Blog

    Short for : web log. Similar to an online journal. The recording of a series of events in electronic, online format.

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  12. BPS

    Acronym for : Bits Per Second. The measure of bits moved by a device such as a modem. A regular 56K modem moves around 56,000 bits per second (56 Kilobytes). See also Baud.

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  13. BRB

    Acronym for : Be Right Back. Commonly used in online chat rooms.

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  14. Broadband

    A channel that allows for the high speed transfer of data over the same cable. Any high speed Internet Connection is described as broadband. More specifically, broadband modulates many signals onto different high-frequency carriers so they can be transferred using the same cable.

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  15. Browser

    The software you're using to display this web page. Also known as a Client. As in Client side scripting.

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  16. BTW

    Acronym for : By the Way. Commonly used in chat rooms.

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  17. Byte

    A chunk of data equal to 8 bits. 1 byte is about the size of one text character. The word "text" would be about 4 bytes. See also Bit, Kilobyte, Megabyte, Gigabyte, Terabyte

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