One of the most curious recent trends in Internet communication are blogs, these Web logs where people let their hair down and reveal their innermost thoughts and feelings to the world, or whoever happens upon their words.
The Internet revolution is about a lot of things, not the least of which is video. The changing landscape of how we view video has the old guard nervous, the providers of broadband services trying to profit from it and everyday folks competing with big movie studios in creating and delivering content.
If you’re like most people, you’re using the word processor that came with your computer. Or you may be using the word processor you’ve used for years, moving it from old computer to new one because of the time you’ve invested in learning its ins and outs and because it’s familiar.
If you’ve been around computers for any period of time, you may think the cut and paste operation is child’s play. But there’s more to it than meets the eye, and a history behind it that’s fascinating.
If you pay too much attention to all the TV commercials for antibacterial soaps, wipes, lotions, and sprays, it can be difficult not to feel paranoid about all the germs out there that can get you. Now there’s a new threat — or at least a newly publicized threat — to fret about.
Most people these days know how to do e-mail. You probably also know how to send e-mail to multiple people. But you may not know how to do group.discussion in the most efficient way, particular when there’s a lot of.interaction.
One of the real digital success stories is the marriage of photography with personal computers. Digital technology is used for taking photos, correcting mistakes and adding special effects, and printing, sharing, and displaying.
If you’re conscientious, you think carefully about the words you choose, whether it’s an e-mail message or a formal report. Making yourself clearly understood helps you get your message across and helps your readers benefit from what you’re saying.