A command issued by pressing a keyboard character in conjunction with the Control key. Manuals usually represent control key commands with the prefix CTRL- or CNTL-. For example, CTRL-N means the Control key and N pressed at the same time. Sometimes a control character is represented by a caret (for example, ^N is the same as CTRL-N).
What happens after you enter a Control key combination depends on what application is active. Certain Control key combinations are semi-standardized. For example, in Windows applications, CTRL-X usually cuts the selected text for pasting somewhere else.
An Internet telephone (VoIP) tool built into Netscape Navigator 3.0. Like NetMeeting, which is included with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, CoolTalk supports audio conferencing, a whiteboard, and a chat tool.
A blog network that consists of blogs written by leading commentators, analysts and observers in their respective field. Blog categories on Corante include technology, law, business, management, science and culture. See “The History of Blogging” in
- Courier font
A common monospaced (fixed-pitch) font. This sentence is in Courier font. Most printers support the Courier font.
- Creative Commons license
A licensing concept created by Creative Commons that builds upon traditional copyright practices to define possibilities that exist between the standard “all rights reserved” full copyright and public domain “no rights reserved”. A Creative Commons license lets you dictate how others may use your work. The Creative Commons license allows you to keep your copyright […]
- Credit Card Interchange
The process by which all parties involved in a credit card transaction (i.e., processors, acquirers, issuers and so on) manage the processing, clearing and settlement of credit card transactions, including the assessment, and collection and/or distribution of fees between parties. Also known as Interchange. [Source: Authorize.Net]