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info tech-semester 2

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author
someone who originates or causes or initiates something
sponsor
assume responsibility for or leadership of
credential
something that gives one confidence or authority; evidence of one's qualifications
credibility
A perception of a speaker's knowledge, trustworthiness, and warmth
bias
prejudice or predisposition toward one side of a subject or issue
unsubstantiated
not supported or proven by evidence
opinion
a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty
fact
information that has been objectively verified
currency
the property of belonging to the present time
top level domain
The highest level of domain names, indicated by a suffix that tells something about the host. For example, .com is for commercial use and .edu is for educational institutions.
.com
commercial trying to sell something
.gov
top-level domain reserved for the government community
.edu
top-level domain reserved for the education community, typically higher education
.net
network site
.mil
top-level domain reserved for the United States Department of Defense and its subsidiary or affiliated organizations
.org
unrestricted top-level domain typically used by non-profit organizations or organizations of a non-commercial character
url
the address of a web page on the world wide web, uniform resource locator
valid
supported by facts or authority; sound ; true
vague
not clearly understood or expressed
incoming links
links INTO a website. Can be determined by performing a Google search link: website address
outgoing links
hyperlinks in a website
broken links
hyperlink that leads to a dead end or that goes to the wrong place