What are social site's driven by?
Content is almost entirely driven by it's members.
What are the two features of SixDegrees.com?
Create a user profile, and create a contact list which are called "friends"
How was the word blog formed?
Web + Log = Blog
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Graph of Ages compared to Change in Unique Audience Composition...Age(Percentage of Usage + or -)... 2-17(-9%)...18-34(-1%)...35-49(2%)...50-64(4%)...65+(7%)
A blog consisting of drawings and sketches.
A method of sharing bookmarks with others using tags.
A keyword assigned to information on the Web used by social bookmarking sites to locate and organize content references.
Default passwords are...
predictable and simple. "password" can change it following instructions to make it more difficult.
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)
An encryption standard used to protect data sent across a wireless network. Designed by the Wi-Fi Alliance to overcome the security limitations of Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP).
Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
An encryption standard used to protect data sent across a wireless network. An older and less secure technology than Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA).
First Step in Public Key Encryption
You send your friend a public key.
A self-replicating computer program with the ability to send out copies of itself to every computer on a network. Worms are usually designed to damage the network, in many cases by simply clogging up the network's bandwidth and slowing its performance.
Software that tracks activities of a computer user without the user's knowledge.
Transport Layer Security (TLS)
A protocol that protects data such as credit card numbers as they are being transmitted between a customer and online vendor or payment company. https:\\
Come on newer computers. Can purchase external ones. Uses fingerprint to access computer instead of a password. Security feature.
Intrusion Prevention System (IPS)
A robust form of anti-malware program that offers network administrators a set of tools for controlling access to the system and stopping attacks in progress.
Device with the matching key can decrypt the message. Those without the matching key cannot decrypt the message and receive a phony or unreadable message.
Technology that uses devices such as fingerprint readers or retinal scanners to identify a person by a unique physical characteristic.
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
A battery backup that provides a temporary power supply in case of a power failure.
A spare server you can use to take over server functions
Activated periodically to get backup files from the main server
Receives frequent updates and is available to take over if the server it mirrors fails.
First thing created in Access?
Field, table, query, report, form, record
Where is a field represented at on a table?
Single unit of information about a person, place, item, or event. Row or Column heading...
The field selected as a unique identifier for the database.
Navigation Pane Organized
How to add new records...what view?
Used to view only those records that meet specified criteria.
Default Print Size and Orientation
Margins (1x1x1x1) Orientation-Portrait
Keyboard shortcut to add new record
Ctrl + +
Restrict Values in lookup table
>1000 And <1100 Between
<=5000 Less than or equal too
"CA" exactly that ""
"CA" Or "US" this or this exactly ""
>=25 Minimum of
Edit table in which view..
One to many (1<---oo)
One to One (1<---1)
Access object designed to extract data from one or more tables. Usually created to select records that answer a question.
First step in creating a query...
A) Click on table, click query design
B) Wizard Query
Lower half of design query window...
How to know it's a one to one relationship
Shows in query design view
Check boxes indicate...
Whether to hide or show the field
2nd Criteria means...
Must meet both criteria to be shown
What does ! mean?
Define aggregated function
e.g. sum avg min max or count can be used in a query to calculate statistics from a datasheet.
Add calculation to form
Property sheet --> data
To find no absences, what query would you use?
Find unmatched query in query wizard
When adding a row or column, what shows?