Internet is a proper noun. Internet is (1) a computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange.
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Browse this Internet advertising solutions directory for information about Internet advertising products and services in the United States of America. The image on this page depicts a finger pointing at Internet marketing words and phrases.
The IANA oversees IP addresses worldwide. It is part of ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) at the Department of Commerce. The website contains reports, information about registering, rules, abuses, practices, procedures, and much more.
The IETF is a voluntary international organization that convenes task forces and committee to study various issues related to Internet standards and protocols. The website describes the various committees. Originally part of the Federal Government, the Task Force has had independent status since the early 1990s.
ISC is a nonprofit, public benefit corporation dedicated to supporting the infrastructure of the universal, connected, self-organizing Internet by developing and maintaining core production quality software, protocols, and operations. On the website, users can find out information about software, publications, training, and much more.
ISOC, located in Virginia, is a professional membership society with more than 100 organizations and 20,000 individual members in 180 countries. It concerns itself with the future of the Internet, is an organizing home for groups working on infrastructure, and acts as a clearinghouse for Internet information. ISOC holds meetings which are listed on the website along with much more information.
ARIN, a nonprofit, was established in 1997 as one of five regional Internet Registries. It manages the distribution of Internet numbers in Canada, many Caribbean Islands, and the United States. It allocates Internet Protocol resources, develops consensus-based policies, and facilitates the advancement of the Internet. On the website are guidelines for registering.
Web hosting services provide online systems for hosting websites. There are many different web hosting services available, offering both shared and dedicated hosting plans.
Site produced and maintained by the William and Gayle Cook Music Library of the Indiana University School of Music. Information on individual musicians including popular, composers, groups, performance, research, journals, and the commercial world of music.
A digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Free access. It contains over 76,000 moving images, 41,223 live concerts, 158,906 audio recordings, and 227,502 texts. The Internet Archive also has Forums through which users can submit questions.
Internet.com is the Internet and IT Network from Jupitermedia Corp., which is located in Darien, Connecticut and established in 1994. The website provides news and information for IT developers, small business, and personal technology. Blogs and Events can also be found on this site. Users who are interested in up-to-date news and ideas from the world of the Internet will find it here.
IPL was founded in 1995 at the University of Michigan School of Information and Library Studies. It is now run by a consortium that is managed by Drexel University. Users can actually ask a question on the site, and it will be answered by email complete with sources consulted. Users can also search by subject for reference guides, sources, and information. Numerous other features located on this site.
The website, begun in the early 1990s by a California reference librarian, is subtitled Websites You Can Trust. It is a publicly-funded website and a weekly newsletter is updated every Thursday with the addition of dozens of new high-quality websites. To date, there are over 20,000 entries in 14 subject areas, divided into 300 related topics. The website is free and users may suggest good sites.
This site is a free, in-depth reference about the Internet. The site was written between 1996 and 1999, posted on the web in 2000 and is updated regularly. It has more than 600 pages, 2000 intra-site links, and 2000 external links. Users can find a lengthy history of the Internet, information on how it works, how it's managed, Internet architecture, protocol addresses, Internet use, and much more.
SearchSecurity and Information Security Magazine are products of TechTarget. The website provides information about the Needham, MA company and free membership that provides access to computer security news and information.
McAfee provides computer anti-virus software and Internet security for PCs. The website has information about McAfee products, downloading information, pricing, virus information, and support for users.
This is a free service that checks web documents in formats like HTML and XHTML for conformance to W3C recommendations and other standards. Can be searched by URL, File Upload, or Direct Input.
3Com is a producer of software to protect Internet safety. The website provides the user with information about all the products, case studies, support, and information about downloading and where to purchase.
Accenture is a consulting, technology and outsourcing company. Users can search by topic or by industry type to see what services Accenture offers. There are also links to client successes, research and insights, how to contact, and a newsroom.
The following articles provide recent Internet-related news.
Bell Canada says it will cut about 200,000 rural households from a broadband internet build-out to offset the impact of a regulatory change that lowers the wholesale broadband rate it can charge smaller providers.
CBC News. Monday, 19 Aug 2019 15:54:07 EDT.
Marium became an internet hit as people marveled over videos of her being cared for by scientists in Thailand. An autopsy revealed plastic pieces in her intestines.
Amy Held. NPR. Saturday, 17 Aug 2019 17:08:06 -0400.
Is the phenomenon of what is called Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD) a result of our "real life" cultural alienation or is it a product of our internet use?
By Julian Vigo, Contributor. Forbes. Friday, 16 Aug 2019 07:18:00 +0000.
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