A protocol that enables Macintosh computers to use AppleTalk devices and software to connect with other types of computers and networks, especially networks such as the Internet that are based on the TCP/IP protocols.
- Java applet
An applet is a small Internet-based program written in Java, a programming language for the Web, which can be downloaded by any computer. The applet is also able to run in HTML. The applet is usually embedded in an HTML page on a Web site and can be executed from within a browser.
- page view
A Web page that has been viewed by one visitor. Page views are often used in online advertising, where advertisers use the number of page views a site receives to determine where and how to advertise. Compare with page hit.
- 1000Base-T (802.3ab)
A specification for Gigabit Ethernet over copper wire (IEEE Std. 802.3ab). The standard defines 1 Gb/s data transfer over distances of up to 100 meters using four pairs of CAT-5 balanced copper cabling and a 5-level coding scheme. Because many companies already use CAT-5 cabling, 1000base-T can be easily implemented. Other 1000Base-T benefits include compatibility […]
Phrases or a search term that is made up of multiple keywords, or a specific combination of keywords, that a user would enter into a search engine. In SEO (search engine optimization), optimizing your site for specific keyphrases will yield a smaller number of more specific and relevant traffic.
- LAN party
Slang term used to describe an event or gathering of people, usually gamers, who setup a LAN (local-area network) and play multiplayer games on the LAN. Often, gamers will travel for a LAN party and bring their own computer system with them.