Webquest 15 (Remillieux T.)
The network etiquette is an informal group of rules and ways of behaving on the Internet. Example : sending spam, unwanted E-mail, is bad netiquette.
- What’s the 4th rule of the netiquette ?
An Emoticon (or Smiley) is a sequence of ordinary characters you can find on your computer keyboard. Emoticons are used in e-mail, chat, SMS and other forms of communication using computers. The most popular emoticons are the smiling faces (smileys or smilies) that people use to say "don’t take what I just wrote too seriously". If you don’t see that it represents a smiling face, tip your head to the left and look at it again. The colon represents the eyes, the dash represents the nose, and the right parenthesis represent the mouth. Many people use MSN and Yahoo, for this reason I added a list with MSN and Yahoo emoticons. When using these during your chat session, they will be converted to real icons. These emoticons show an Emotion through an ’Icon’. Over hundreds of these Emoticons are being used, some of the most common and funny can be found here.
- What’s the smiley for « Pablo Picasso »
There are some words and expressions that can be summed up by their initials. E.g : « As a matter of fact » will be summed up by : AAMOF.
What’s the acronym for « you are a cutie » ?
Use of copy and paste
If you want to print out a Web page, or copy-and-paste anything from a Web page into a document of your own, you should obtain the permission of the copyright owner. It may already have been granted - check the copyright notice on the Web page ; for example, the copyright notice on these CLA pages links to a set of terms which permit some printing-out of the pages.
- Why plagiarism can be considered today as « easy » ?
What are the four main types of Itellectual Property ?
Ethics on the web
70% of PC’s are infected with spyware. What’s a spyware ? A spyware is a piece of code that sends information to a third party without notifying the user. This could be your surfing habits, email information, and, in some cases, credit card information. An adware is an application in which advertising banners are displayed while the program is running. Anti-virus software don’t catch these. Symptoms to look for : browser crashing or freezing, memory lockups, excessive popups, new toolbars in your browser, etc.
- What’s a cookie ?
- What is the risk if you don’t have a firewall ?
when was the word virus first used in a computer context ?