SERVER a computer that makes services, as access to data files, programs,
and peripheral devices, available to workstations on a network.
INTERNET a vast computer network linking smaller computer networks
worldwide. The Internet includes commercial, educational, governmental,
and other networks, all of which use the same set of communications
protocols. Origin: 1990–95
CABLE an insulated electrical conductor, often in strands, or a combination
of electrical conductors insulated from one another.
WORKSTATION a computer terminal or microcomputer connected to a
mainframe, minicomputer, or data-processing network
URL an address that identifies a particular file on the Internet, usually
consisting of the protocol, as http, followed by the domain name.
WEBSITE a connected group of pages on the World Wide Web regarded as a
single entity, usually maintained by one person or organization and devoted
to a single topic or several closely related topics.
SOCIAL NETWORKING the use of a website to connect with people who
share personal or professional interests, place of origin, education at a
particular school, etc.
LINK an object, as text or graphics, linked through hypertext to a document,
another object, etc.
SEARCH ENGINE a computer program that searches documents, esp. on the
World Wide Web, for a specified word or words and provides a list of
documents in which they are found.
HTML It is the standard protocol for formatting and displaying documents
on the World Wide Web.