ARPANET: One of the world’s first computer networks, now defunct, created by the Department of Defense’s Advanced Research Projects Agency in the 1970s.
bandwidth: The width of the conduit that transmits data over the Internet. The higher the bandwidth, the faster data can be transmitted.
browser: Software that enables the user to view and navigate the World Wide Web.
bulletin board: A computer system where users log on and share messages with other users.
chat room: An online environment where users...
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