Term Paper on Desktop Publishing

In: Computers and Technology

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Agbor ESTHER

Question:
1A. What is Internet Environment:

Answer:
The Internet Environment is a Global Computer Network, a Network that links Computer Networks all over the world by satellite and telephone, connecting users with service networks such as e-mail and the World Wide Web, a computing framework- a framework which a computer, program or user operates.

Question:
1B. List Five Uses of the Internet

Answer: 1. The internet has enabled millions of workers around the world to telecommute - and leave their cars at home - much less carbon monoxide and other poisonous gases in the air we breathe.

2. The internet has allowed us to buy "virtual" copies of music through excellent services like Apple's iTunes. In the past couple of weeks, millions of Michael Jackon songs have been downloaded from the internet instead of being stamped onto physical Audio CDs, which get scratched, thrown in the trash and then dumped into land fills.

3. The internet has allowed us to collaborate virtually, using Digital Video Conferencing, Skype, etc eliminating the need for excessive business travel. Less cars on the road again and less airplanes in the air.

4. The internet allows us to read newspapers and other news sources like "NowPublic.com" online instead of chopping down millions of trees to print hard copies, which are trashed, burnt or buried in land fill.

5. The internet provide essential Services: Many services are now provided on the internet such as online banking, job seeking, purchasing tickets for your favorite movies, and guidance services on array of topics in the every aspect of life, and hotel reservations and bills paying. Often these services are not available off-line and can cost you more.

Question:
1C. Mention three (3) Educational Network groups and their Websites.

Answer:
1. Nigeria Computer Society Website: http://www.ncs.org.ng

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