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Made by: Sundeep Malik IX A.Introduction:-: Introduction:- It's new, it's different, and it's going to change just about everything. It's an amazing new Post Office. It's the biggest and best library there's ever been. It's the education of the future. It means hope, and empowerment. But what exactly is the Internet? Hardware is the short answer. The Internet consists of a few hundred thousand server computers and the telecommunications networks that connect them, using a technology called "packet-switching" that breaks up digital messages into bits, sends the bits via the most easily available routes and reassembles them at the other end.PowerPoint Presentation: This is why it's not instant like a telephone, and also why it's so much cheaper than using a telephone. No packet-switching, no Internet. It's a distributed, decentralized network -- nobody owns it and nobody can control it. But what most people mean when they talk of the Internet is the software. Four main kinds: email, Usenet newsgroup message boards, real-time chat, and the World Wide Web, which is steadily gobbling up the other three. It's the Web more than anything else that's behind the fantastic growth of the Internet in the last eight years.Definition:: Definition: The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standard Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP) to serve billions of users worldwide. It is a network of networks that consists of millions of private, public, academic, business, and government networks of local to global scope that are linked by a broad array of electronic and optical networking technologies. The Internet carries a vast array of information resources and services, most notably the inter-linked hypertext documents of the World Wide Web (WWW) and the infrastructure to support electronic mail .Terminology : Terminology The term the Internet, when referring to the Internet has traditionally been treated as a proper noun and written with an initial capital letter . There is a trend to regard it as a generic term or common noun and thus write it as "the internet", without the capital letter. The word Internet can be shortened to Net. The term cloud is also for the Internet, especially in the contexts of cloud computing and software as a service .INTERNET VS WEB : INTERNET VS WEB The terms Internet and World Wide Web are often used in everyday speech without much distinction. However, the Internet and the World Wide Web are not one and the same. The Internet is a global data communications system. It is a hardware and software infrastructure that provides connectivity between computers . In contrast, the Web is one of the services communicated via the Internet. It is a collection of interconnected documents and other resources , linked by hyperlinks and URLs .TYPES OF INTERNET CONNECTIONS: TYPES OF INTERNET CONNECTIONS - Analog/Dial-Up - ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) - B-ISDN - DSL - Cable - Wireless Internet Connections/Wireless Broadband - T-1 Lines - T-3 Lines - Satellite (Internet Over Satellite/IOS)Modern uses: Modern uses The Internet is allowing greater flexibility in working hours and location, especially with the spread of unmetered high-speed connections and web applications . The Internet can now be accessed almost anywhere by numerous means, especially through mobile Internet devices . Mobile phones , data cards , handheld game consoles and cellular routers allow users to connect to the Internet from anywhere there is a wireless network supporting that device's technology. Within the limitations imposed by small screens and other limited facilities of such pocket-sized devices, services of the Internet, including email and the web, may be available. Service providers may restrict the services offered and wireless data transmission charges may be significantly higher than other access methods.PowerPoint Presentation: The Internet has also become a large market for companies; some of the biggest companies today have grown by taking advantage of the efficient nature of low-cost advertising and commerce through the Internet, also known as e-commerce . It is the fastest way to spread information to a vast number of people simultaneously. The Internet has also subsequently revolutionized shopping —for example; a person can order a CD online and receive it in the mail within a couple of days, or download it directly in some cases. The Internet has also greatly facilitated personalized marketing which allows a company to market a product to a specific person or a specific group of people more so than any other advertising medium. Examples of personalized marketing include online communities such as MySpace , Friendster , Facebook , Twitter , Orkut and others which thousands of Internet users join to advertise themselves and make friends online. Many of these users are young teens and adolescents ranging from 13 to 25 years old. In turn, when they advertise themselves they advertise interests and hobbies, which online marketing companies can use as information as to what those users will purchase online, and advertise their own companies' products to those users.Healthy trends : Healthy trends The Internet is changing the way we think. It's the first medium that isn't passive: Internet users are far more assertive than TV viewers, and it becomes a habit. Less and less do Internet users fit the cozy idea of communities as mere "markets" of passive consumers. As everywhere else, sharks and predators prowl the murkier depths of cyberspace, sleaze seeps through the seams, and it tends to obscure the many healthy trends. Communication is healthy -- it breaks down barriers, and with the Internet more people are communicating more than ever before: 750,000 messages a day are posted on the Usenet newsgroups alone, and email and chat lines account for much more than that.PowerPoint Presentation: The level of cooperation, the kindness and generosity Internet groups show to newcomers and each other, the immense trouble people -- many people -- will go to, without pay or reward, to make better resources available and to help people they don't even know, all expose the "marketplace" and the idea that people are only motivated by greed and self-interest as the sheer nonsense it always was. And the levels of maturity, fairness and responsibility so many Internet groups demonstrate in their self-administration and general conduct is a strong counter to the idea that communities need Nanning authorities to tell them what to do. Most significant factor: children love the Internet. So do schools.USES : USES Chat room Activity allowing two or more Internet users to converse in writing in real time. E.g.:- Orkut, Gmail, facebook .etc E-mail Service by which messages are exchanged between users of a computer network. Online game Video game accessible over the Internet; users can play solo or with multiple players at a distance. E.g.:- Zapak, Cartoonnetworkindia.com etc. Home user Anyone can access the Internet from home through an Internet service provider (ISP).PowerPoint Presentation: Government organization The Internet has made it easy for government departments and agencies to communicate with other organizations and with the citizens they serve. Commercial concern A company that specializes in product marketing can use the Internet to contact suppliers and customers. Search Locating information on a given topic in the hope of finding something useful; it is usually done with the help of a search engine. E.g.:- Google, Bing etc. Educational institution The Internet provides teachers, researchers and students with countless opportunities to research and exchange information.PowerPoint Presentation: E-commerce Sale or promotion of products and services over the Internet. Health organization The Internet fosters exchanges between researchers, health professionals and patients. Cultural organization The Internet allows the public to learn about programs offered by cultural organizations in a city or region. Industry The Internet allows a manufacturer to communicate with its suppliers, customers and regulatory bodies. Enterprise The Internet facilitates exchanges between employees within the same company and between the company and its customers and suppliers. Database Group of data related to the same topic that is arranged in order and available for direct consultation by several users.PowerPoint Presentation: Information spreading Transmission of information about an organization, an event, a product or a topic, usually by creating or updating a Web site. Business transactions Operations involving financing and funds management (e.g., arranging a loan or transferring funds) over the Internet. Server Computer that hosts various resources (including files, applications and databases) and places them at the disposal of all the devices connected to the network. Download We can download games, videos etc from the internet. E.g.:- Zapak etc. Win We can win prizes in competitions etc. E.g.:- Zapak etc.PowerPoint Presentation: Search Engines A search engine is designed to search for information on the internet. Search engine presents the search results in the form of a search results list. The search results can be web pages, images, videos, and other type of files. To gather and present the searched information, each search engines has their own algorithm, or combination of algorithmic and human input. Google.com is currently the most popular and frequently used search engine . Web Browsers / Internet Browsers A Web Browser is a type of software that retrieves and presents information resources on the internet. The information resource can be text, image, sound, video, or other type of content. In a simple way, we can describe a web browser as a type of software that we use to ‘surf’ the internet. These are some examples of web browsers, each with their own plus and minuses: - Microsoft Internet Explorer - Firefox - Opera - Safari - Google Chrome.Governance : Governance ICANN headquarters in Marina Del Rey , California , United States The Internet is a globally distributed network comprising many voluntarily interconnected autonomous networks. It operates without a central governing body. However, to maintain interoperability, all technical and policy aspects of the underlying core infrastructure and the principal name spaces are administered by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), headquartered in Marina del Rey, California . ICANN is the authority that coordinates the assignment of unique identifiers for use on the Internet, including domain names , Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, application port numbers in the transport protocols, and many other parameters.PowerPoint Presentation: Many people use the World Wide Web to access news, weather and sports reports, to plan and book vacations and to find out more about their interests. People use chat , messaging and e-mail to make and stay in touch with friends worldwide, sometimes in the same way as some previously had pen pals . The Internet has seen a growing number of Web desktops , where users can access their files and settings via the Internet. Cyberslacking can become a serious drain on corporate resources; the average UK employee spent 57 minutes a day surfing the Web while at work, according to a 2003 study by Peninsula Business Services.  The Internet has been criticized for its Identity Performativity . Users define and label themselves on social networking sites through artistic tastes, personal experiences and relationships, and visuals (photographs, blogs, etc.). Some argue that the ability to construct a user's identity is limited by other's work and criticize the internet's lack of physical interaction.Social impact : Social impact The Internet has enabled entirely new forms of social interaction, activities, and organizing, thanks to its basic features such as widespread usability and access. Social networking websites such as Facebook , Twitter and MySpace have created new ways to socialize and interact. Users of these sites are able to add a wide variety of information to pages, to pursue common interests, and to connect with others. It is also possible to find existing acquaintances, to allow communication among existing groups of people. Sites like LinkedIn foster commercial and business connections. YouTube and Flickr specialize in users' videos and photographs. In the first decade of the 21st century the first generation is raised with widespread availability of Internet connectivity, bringing consequences and concerns in areas such as personal privacy and identity, and distribution of copyrighted materials. These " digital natives " face a variety of challenges that were not present for prior generations.PowerPoint Presentation: One main area of leisure activity on the Internet is multiplayer gaming . This form of recreation creates communities, where people of all ages and origins enjoy the fast-paced world of multiplayer games. These range from MMORPG to first-person shooters , from role-playing games to online gambling . This has revolutionized the way many people interact while spending their free time on the Internet. While online gaming has been around since the 1970s, modern modes of online gaming began with subscription services such as GameSpy and MPlayer . Non-subscribers were limited to certain types of game play or certain games. Many people use the Internet to access and download music, movies and other works for their enjoyment and relaxation. Free and fee-based services exist for all of these activities, using centralized servers and distributed peer-to-peer technologies. Some of these sources exercise more care with respect to the original artists' copyrights than others.MENTAL IMPACT : MENTAL IMPACT The effect of the internet on the human brain has been studied a great deal. Nicholas Carr asserts that the internet reduces the deep thinking that leads to true creativity. He also says that hyperlinks and overstimulation means that the brain must give most of its attention to short-term decisions. Carr also states that the internet overwhelms the brain and hurts long-term memory. He points out that the great deal of stimulus on the internet leads to a very large cognitive load , which makes it difficult to remember anything. Physiologist Steven Pinker , however, argues otherwise. He points out that people have control over what they do, and that research and reasoning never came naturally to people. He says that, "Experience does not revamp the basic information-processing capacities of the brain" and asserts that the internet is actually making people smarter.THE END.: THE END. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.