Netiquette

Netiquette is the combination of Internet and etiquette. What is etiquette in the first place? Etiquette is the proper behaviour expected of you when you are in a social environment. When you are in a formal gathering then it is proper for you to wear formal clothes. When you are dining, you should use the proper utensils for every course. Talking out of turn should also be avoided when upholding proper etiquette. Saying bad words is impolite and should be avoided at all costs.

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Phishing

Proceed with caution.Phishing is a malicious activity performed by online criminals. They want to steal your personal information or your credit card number so that they can launder money through your account. They may want to steal your home billing address or get your passwords so that they can access your personal information and steal your identity. If you do not want phishing activities to bother you then you should be on guard all the time.

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Spam

Red letter email.Spamming is simply mass mailing, also known as unsolicited bulk emailing. You can receive spam in your inbox anytime. You can get offers through spamming, Some of which will offer you free product samples or large discounts on products. Some will even give you free money. Of course, this is what the spam mail tells you but it is not what it does.

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JavaScript

There are a lot of programming languages out there that can make improve your website browsing. One of the most popular languages for web developers and designers is JavaScript. Through JavaScript, it is possible to make websites look more interactive and more appealing to users. With JavaScript, websites are able to retain users and keep them amused by the graphics and sound that increased interaction can offer. JavaScript can make your content more intuitive and entertaining for anyone who visits a website.

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Instant Messaging (IM)

Type talk, white keyboard.One of the most popular means of communication over the Internet is instant messaging. Through instant messaging, you will be able to send messages and receive messages from anyone around the world on a real time basis. This means that when you are instant messaging, you will be communicating as if you were on the telephone. The only difference is that you are typing what you are supposed to say and you are reading what you are supposed to hear. Isn’t that neat? Some people think, instant messaging is one of the greatest things that have been invented for the Internet. Instead of paying a lot of money for overseas calls, you can simply chat with someone from another country for free! After paying for the electricity on your computer and your Internet connection, you do not have to worry about anything else. There are no additional instant messaging bills because the services are entirely free!

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Chat

The Internet is being used nowadays by most people primarily for communication. One of the ways people use to communicate is with online chatting or chatrooms. Through chatting, people can type in their thoughts, opinions, and ideas. Other people can respond to you through chat too. Once you type in something, you can expect an instant reply in real time. You can communicate as if you were on the phone although in this context, you will be typing what you say and you will be reading what the other person has to say.

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Blogging safety

Blogging has swept the Internet by storm in recent years. You will see blogs almost everywhere already; but what is blogging anyway? Through blogs, people are able to publish their own content on the Internet anytime. People write about anything that is of interest to them and let the whole world know what they think about certain topics. Examples of sites that have blogs and encourage user-generated content, are MySpace, Bebo, Blogger and BlogSpot, to name a few. There are many more sites on the Internet that offer blogging services, with no technical knowledge required.

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