Presentation on theme: "Chapter 5 Info Tech. Plug ins & Extensions What are plug ins? Applications/Extensions – Google Chrome Store https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/home."— Presentation transcript:
Plug ins & Extensions What are plug ins? Applications/Extensions – Google Chrome Store https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/home https://addons.mozilla.org/en- US/firefox/?application=firefox http://www.microsoft.com/web/gallery/ https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/home https://addons.mozilla.org/en- US/firefox/?application=firefox http://www.microsoft.com/web/gallery/
Push/Pull Technology Push = send content to users who request to it. Chat, instant messaging, online social networks, and blogs WEB 262 Pull = pull information to your computer when you need it. Mailing list, feeds, web slices, podcast
Application Programming Interface (API) Is a source code based specification intended to be used as an interface by software components to communicate with each other. Allows websites to interact together. Chunks of code
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) An XML feed that is used to publish frequently updated works – such as blog, news headlines, audio and video. To subscribe to a feed you need to download an aggregator
Mashup Is a site that has APIs that are added to their site. www.mashuptown.com Chunks of code www.programmableweb.com/mashups
Web 2.0 First coined in 1999 Nothing technical has changed Interaction with the web - Rich user experience, user participation, dynamic content, metadata, web standards and scalability. Examples blogs, social medias, video and so forth
Cyber-bullying "the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior by an individual or group, that is intended to harm others” 1 in 3 kids will be cyber-bullied Videos posted online Not just in our country - Australia you can now face up to 10 years in jail. A lady got a court order against Google to see who was making comments on a youtube video calling her a whore. ISP Provider was found liable for cyber bullying Video 1: Dr Phil Video 2: Internet Trolls
Group Activity Go around the room – spend 3 minutes thinking of ideas to how each group could help cyber-bullying. Write down those answers underneath the ones you see. Groups will be school/Laws (law enforcement and legislative)/parents/kids/ISP provider and/ or companies like Google.
Chat Real-time communication that occurs over the Internet using software that is installed on Internet Devices. (Text, Voice, Video, Private, Public). Flaming – which a participant insults or ridicules another participant.
Short message service (text messaging) 160 characters Cell phone networks to transmit messages Only text Pictures use a multimedia message service (MMS) Choice of communication with 14 to 30 year olds Average number of text teenagers receives is over 3,500 a month. SMS
History of Chat 1972 Email 1979 USENET way of collecting information and storing it by topic category. Email based newsgroup. Early 80’s some newsgroups wanted to incorporate chat into the sites. 80’s you could play games with others online (ie: chess) 1996 – ICQ (I seek you) Israel company – AOL bought out for 407 million dollars. Instant messaging computer program – proprietary protocol 90’s AOL chat rooms – 55% of teens online and 28% adults. Over the years rates have fallen due to safety concerns & other social medias/IM
Chat Exercise Your group will be given a problem. As a group (no talking only “chatting”) you will come up with a list of solutions for the problem. Discuss amongst yourselves who will present this list and be able to explain as a group the solutions. You may search the Internet for research. No physical talking… only through the chat session. Group 1: How do we fix the digital divide? Group 2: How do you make the Internet more secure? Group 3: How do you get kids up and moving away from texting, computer, video games? Group 4: What is the future and uses of 3-d technologies and printing?