Read THIS!!! 9/19/11

19 Sep

WYSIWYG – What You See Is What You Get

Vis. – is WYSIWYG

HTML – is Hyper Text Markup Language

Hyperlink – Marc Andreesen, Eric Bina – The Browser

Hyperlink – for navigating between different pages

WWW – 1994 Essentially a conglomeration of commercial pages

HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocal

URL – Universal Resource Locater

TLD – Top Level Domain (.com .org .edu .gov .de)

Argot – Special Terms for a field

Sir Tim Berners Lee

Sputnik 1957

Categories in a blog

Blog V. Website

Websites are organized in sections

Sections can be either categories or pages

Post management – Remember to categorize your post

Every time I find a story online – Headline, Date, URL, Byline, added to my blog (hyperlink the URL in new window)

apx. 250 word summary of the story up to 100 words from original story (key quote, summary) precis

1 – 3 stories a week.

The Key concept to using social media professionally is the barrier to entry

The barriers are low today because the companies making applications want as many users as possible

CUs – Consumer Units

EPA – Human Value – $7,000,000

FDA – Human Value – $9,000,000

120,000,000 Bloggers (good luck!)

Doing isn’t good enough, expertise is where it is at.

Being able to communicate clearly is a kind of technology (Words are tech)

Chauvet Neanderthal (caveman) 40,000 years ago had not yet invented writing (visual tech only)

Sumerian 6,000 years ago created cuneiform (primitive writing)

Me 12 seconds ago used a computer (current tech)

OED – Oxford English Dictionary

Read Walden Henry David Thoreau

 

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