Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America
Internet, Internet, Internet, Internet, Internet

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8hz
The New Hacker's Dictionary

(E?)(L?) http://www.jargon.8hz.com/jargon_toc.html

A collection of slang terms used by various subcultures of computer hackers. Though some technical material is included for background and flavor, it is not a technical dictionary. What is described here is the language hackers use among themselves for fun, social communication, and technical debate.


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appspot
The Evolution of the Web - 1990-2012

(E?)(L?) http://evolutionofweb.appspot.com/

The web today is a growing universe of interlinked web pages and web apps, teeming with videos, photos, and interactive content. What the average user doesn't see is the interplay of web technologies and browsers that makes all this possible.

Over time web technologies have evolved to give web developers the ability to create new generations of useful and immersive web experiences. Today's web is a result of the ongoing efforts of an open web community that helps define these web technologies, like HTML5, CSS3 and WebGL and ensure that they're supported in all web browsers.

The color bands in this visualization represent the interaction between web technologies and browsers, which brings to life the many powerful web apps that we use daily.


Erstellt: 2011-10

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Browser (W3)

Engl. "Browser" (1400?1450) ist eine Substantivierung des Verbs engl. "browse" = dt. "durchblättern", "schmökern", "sich umsehen", (1523, "feed on buds" = dt. "Knospen knabbern"), das (vermutlich) über altfränk. "*brust", vorgerm. "*brustjan" = dt. "knospen", altsächs. "brustian", altfrz. "brost", "broster", mfrz. "brouster" = dt. "sprießen", "Knospe", "Sproß", Plur. anglofrz. "broz", Sing. anglofrz. "brot" = dt. "Trieb" auf mengl. "browsen" = dt. "knabbern", "verbeißen" und als Substantiv "Pflanzenknospe" zurück geht.

Vermutlich kann man die Beziehung zu dt. "Brut" = "Nachwuchs" und damit zu dt. "brühen" und damit der Bedeutung "aufwallen" (bildlich zum "Aufgehen der Triebe") herstellen.

Heute ist der Browser eine Programm mit dessen Hilfe man die neuen Knospen, aber auch die alten Triebe im Internet durchforsten kann.

Browser-Updates

Chrome (Google)
a) über die automatische Update-Routine des Browsers
b) auf der Chrome-Webseite [http://chrome.google.de/]


Safari (Apple)
a) mit der Anwendung "Apple Software Update"
2) auf der Safari-Webseite [http://wwwapple.com/de/safari/download/]

(E6)(L1) http://www.anglizismenindex.de/


(E?)(L1) http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/history/browsers.htm
Browser Timelines

(E?)(L?) https://www.bsi-fuer-buerger.de/cln_165/BSIFB/DE/Service/Glossar/glossar_node.html
Der Browser | Der Web-Browser

(E?)(L?) http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/browser.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.businessdictionary.com/terms-by-letter.php?letter=W
web browser

(E?)(L?) http://www.catb.org/jargon/html/go01.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.cdcentreprises.fr/glossaire.php?from_alpha=AZ&g_id=354#g_id354


(E6)(L?) http://www.changedetect.com/changedetect/browser-check.asp

This page displays the browser tags broadcast by your browser. This is intended for information purposes only.


(E6)(L2) http://www.computerhilfen.de/lexikon.php
browser | Webbrowser

(E?)(L?) http://www.decodeunicode.org/en/glossary


(E?)(L?) http://browsers.evolt.org/

Browser Archive


(E?)(L?) http://www.findmebyip.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.franceterme.culture.gouv.fr/FranceTerme/recherche.html
Der französische Neologismus für engl. "Browser" ist frz. "logiciel de navigation".


"logiciel de navigation"
Synonyme : "navigateur", n.m.
Domaine : Informatique/Internet
Définition : Dans un environnement de type internet, logiciel qui permet à l'utilisateur de rechercher et de consulter des documents et d'exploiter les liens hypertextuels qu'ils comportent.
Voir aussi : "appliquette", "cadre", "hypertextuel", "page d'accueil"
Équivalent étranger : "browser" (en)


(E?)(L?) http://www.gfu.de/home/consumer/lexikonglossar.xhtml


(E?)(L?) http://www.heritage.nf.ca/dictionary/azindex/b.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.homepage-total.de/


(E?)(L?) http://www.hyperkommunikation.ch/lexikon/lexikon_index.htm


(E?)(L?) https://www.owid.de/suche/wort?wort=Browser


(E?)(L?) http://www.internet-abc.de/kinder/lexikon.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.isaca.org/Pages/Glossary.aspx


(E?)(L1) http://www.jamillan.com/v_brows.htm


(E3)(L1) http://www.jargon.net/jargonfile/b/browser.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.jargonf.org/
web browser

(E?)(L?) http://www.learnthenet.com/english/glossary/glossary.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnthenet.com/english/toolbar/sitemap.htm
Web Browsers

(E?)(L?) http://www.llengua.info/vocterm/llistat.php?letra=B




(E?)(L?) http://www.marketing.ch/lexikon.asp?letter=B
Browser | Web-Browser

(E6)(L1) http://toolbar.netcraft.com/help/glossary/


(E?)(L?) http://www.netlingo.com/inframes.cfm
browser | browser compatibility | browser skins | browser support | browser-safe colors | default browser | metabrowser | microbrowser | offline browser | Web browser

(E?)(L?) http://www.onlinemarketing-praxis.de/glossar/browser/


(E?)(L?) http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Word=browser
Limericks on browser

(E1)(L1) http://www.etymologie-occitane.fr/


(E?)(L?) http://racamg.perso.sfr.fr/Index%20neerlandais.html


(E?)(L?) http://racamg.perso.sfr.fr/B.html#brousto

... Voilà une famille de mots qui relie le moyen âge à internet. ...


(E2)(L1) http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/browser


(E?)(L?) http://www.seobook.com/glossary/


(E?)(L1) http://www.supportnet.de/
Internet Browser

(E?)(L?) http://searchwindevelopment.techtarget.com/definition/browser


(E?)(L1) http://whatis.techtarget.com/definitionsAlpha/0,289930,sid9_alpW,00.html
Web browser

(E?)(L?) http://www.economics.phil.uni-erlangen.de/bwl/stichwort/stichwor.htm


(E?)(L?) https://www.w3schools.com/Browsers/default.asp
Browser Statistics

(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/quick_ref/
All About Browsers
With the Web browser world getting more diverse and the offerings more feature-packed, it's a good time for a little refresher course on the role and history of browsers.

(E?)(L1) http://www.webopedia.com/Top_Category.asp
Browsers

(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/B/browser.html

Web browser (browser)


(E?)(L1) http://www.webopedia.com/World_Wide_Web/Browsers/
| browse | hotlist | Java | Java applet | JavaScript | JSON | kiosk browser | microbrowser | Microsoft | Mosaic | Mozilla | Netscape | Opera | plug-in | Shockwave | skin | state | VBScript |

(E1)(L1) http://www.wortwarte.de/
| Bildbrowser | Blinden-Browser | Browser-Esperanto | Browser-Hijacker | Browser-Kidnapper | Browser-Monokultur | Browser-Plugin | Browser-Rahmen | browserbasiert | Browsercheck | Browserstatistik | Browserumgebung | Downlink-Browser | Downlink-Browser | File-Browser | Fotobrowser | Handybrowser | i-mode-Browser | Kinder-Browser | Multimedia-Browser | Schema-Browser | Schema-Browser | Uplink-Browser | Uplink-Browser | Video-Browser | Voice-Browser | WAP-Browser | Zeitbrowser | Zielbrowser

(E1)(L1) http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/graph?corpus=0&content=Browser
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Browser" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1850 und massiv 1980 auf.

Erstellt: 2011-05

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catb
The Jargon File
Compendium of Hacker Slang

(E?)(L?) http://www.catb.org/jargon/
A comprehensive compendium of hacker slang illuminating many aspects of hackish tradition, folklore, and humor
by Eric S. Raymond - the basis for the New Hacker's Dictionary

This page indexes all the WWW resources associated with the Jargon File and its print version, The New Hacker's Dictionary. It's as official as anything associated with the Jargon File gets.


The Jargon File, version 4.4.7
This page indexes all the WWW resources associated with the Jargon File and its print version, The New Hacker's Dictionary. It's as official as anything associated with the Jargon File gets.

On 23 October 2003, the Jargon File achieved the dubious honor of being cited in the SCO-vs.-IBM lawsuit. See the FUD entry for details. Eric S. Raymond

Table of Contents:
Welcome to the Jargon File | I. Introduction | 1. Hacker Slang and Hacker Culture | 2. Of Slang, Jargon, and Techspeak | 3. Revision History | 4. Jargon Construction | Verb Doubling | Soundalike Slang | The -P Convention | Overgeneralization | Spoken inarticulations | Anthropomorphization | Comparatives | 5. Hacker Writing Style | 6. Email Quotes and Inclusion Conventions | 7. Hacker Speech Style | 8. International Style | 9. Crackers, Phreaks, and Lamers | 10. Pronunciation Guide | 11. Other Lexicon Conventions | 12. Format for New Entries | II. The Jargon Lexicon | Glossary | III. Appendices | A. Hacker Folklore | The Meaning of â??Hackâ?? | TV Typewriters: A Tale of Hackish Ingenuity | A Story About â??Magic' | Some AI Koans | Tom Knight and the Lisp Machine | Moon instructs a student | Sussman attains enlightenment | OS and JEDGAR | The Story of Mel | B. A Portrait of J. Random Hacker | General Appearance | Dress | Reading Habits | Other Interests | Physical Activity and Sports | Education | Things Hackers Detest and Avoid | Food | Politics | Gender and Ethnicity | Religion | Ceremonial Chemicals | Communication Style | Geographical Distribution | Sexual Habits | Personality Characteristics | Weaknesses of the Hacker Personality | Miscellaneous | C. Helping Hacker Culture Grow | Bibliography


(E?)(L?) http://www.catb.org/jargon/html/go01.html

Glossary




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e-commerce (W3)

Auch der Begriff engl. "e-commerce" (1993) hat seine Entstehung dem Internet zu verdanken. Er kann entsprechend auch mit "Web-Marketing" widergegeben werden.

Die Bezeichnung "electronic Commerce" und die Kurzformen "ecommerce", "e-commerce" (1993), dt. "E-Commerce", (frz. "commerce en ligne"), verweisen auf Geschäftshandlungen, die über das Internet erfolgen und also mit Hilfe von Internetanwendungen wie etwa E-Mail, Internet-Shops, Soziale Medien oder andere Web-Funktionalitäten und Apps abgewickelt werden. Der Internet-Handel schließt dabei Vermarkten, Verkaufen und Bezahlen eines Produktes (Kapital, Waren und Dienstleistungen) im Internet ein.

Das engl. "e-commerce" soll im Jahr 1993 zum ersten Mal in der Zeitschrift "San Jose Mercury News" (California, US) öffentlich aufgetreten sein.

Das engl. "commerce" geht zurück auf lat. "commercium" = dt. "Handel", "Verkehr". Dieses setzt sich zusammen aus lat. "com-" = dt. "zusammen", "mit", "völlig" und lat. "merx", "mercis" = dt. "Lohn", "Ware", "Sache", "Ding". Als Wurzel wird ide. "*merk-" = dt. "fassen", "ergreifen" postuliert.

Der Duden nahm dt. "E-Commerce" im Jahr 1999 in "Das große Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache" auf.

26. Februar 2000: Die drei weltweit umsatzstärksten Automobilkonzerne DaimlerChrysler, Ford und General Motors (GM) geben bekannt, daß sie künftig ihren Einkauf über eine gemeinsame Internet-Firma abwickeln werden. Sie erwarten sich dadurch eine Senkung der Produktionskosten von bis zu 1.000 US-Dollar pro Wagen. An dem neuen "E-Commerce-Unternehmen" werden die drei Gründungskonzerne jeweils 25 Prozent halten. Die restlichen 25 Prozent des größten elektronischen Marktplatzes der Welt sollen anderen Autoherstellern angeboten werden.

(E?)(L?) https://www.1jour1actu.com/monde/nol_sauveratil_lecommerce_/

17/12/2001 - Noël sauvera-t-il l’e-commerce ? - Monde


(E?)(L?) http://www.altphilologenverband.de/forumclassicum/pdf/FC2002-1.pdf

S. 22ff

Duden. Das große Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache in zehn Bänden. 3., völlig neub. und erw. Aufl. Hrsg. v. Wissenschaftlichen Rat der Dudenredaktion. Mannheim usw. , Dudenverlag. 1999. 4800 S. Gr. 8°. 990 DM (ISBN 3-41104733-X).

Wiederholt habe ich hier Fremdwörterbücher, den Duden und andere Wörterbücher vorgestellt. (1) Heute soll dies mit dem ausführlichsten modernen Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache, vor allem der Gegenwartssprache, geschehen, das zahlreiche ganz oder teilweise aus dem Lateinischen und Griechischen stammende – oft stark veränderte – Lexeme enthält. (Die auf diese beiden Sprachen zurückgehenden Elemente sind hier kursiv gesetzt.) 1976-81 in sechs Bänden erschienen, wurde das „Große Wörterbuch“ 1993-95 in 2., völlig neu bearbeiteter und erweiterter Auflage als Achtbänder und nunmehr in 3., erneut beträchtlich verbesserter und erweiterter Auflage als Zehnbänder vorgelegt. (Er ist mit „Brockhaus. Die Enzyklopädie“, 20., neub. und aktual. Aufl. Bd. 28-30, 1999, identisch.)

Ausführlicher ist nur das Grimmsche „Deutsche Wörterbuch“ (1854ff.; Neudr. 1984, 1991; Neubearbeitung 1983ff.).

In der DDR kam 1961-77 ein „Wörterbuch der deutschen Gegenwartssprache“ in sechs Bänden heraus, in überarbeiteter Form 1984 als zweibändiges „Handwörterbuch der deutschen Gegenwartssprache“. (2)

Das hier zu besprechende Werk enthält 20.0000 Stichwörter besonders aus der Epoche ab 1945, doch auch aus der Zeit „von Lessing bis Fontane“, in Auswahl auch Fachsprachliches, Büchmann-Gut und Redensarten ("autós épha"; "A und O"), auch Kurzformen wie: "Mathe", "Disko"; "Alufolie"; "Kita") und Abkürzungen (Beispiele s. u.); produktive Wortbildungselemente: "super-", "neo-"; "öko-"; "-abel", "-oid", "-thek"; sehr viele Ableitungen und Zusammensetzungen. Hier wird vor allem bei movierten Feminina des Guten zu viel getan, so bei: „Aborigine/Fem. Aborigine“; "Mountainbike", mountainbiken, Mountainbiker, Mountainbikerin; solcher Aufwand ist doch nur bei "Anchorman"/-woman nötig. Es erhebt sich, wie bei jedem Wörterbuch, die Frage: Soll es nur Lexeme enthalten, die einer Erklärung bedürfen? Dann genügt "Mountainbike". Oder soll zumal der Nichtmuttersprachler ersehen, wie er das Verb, das Nomen agentis und das Femininum dazu bilden muss? In diesem Fall müssen außer "Schlepper" auch "Schlepperorganisation", außer "DNA" auch "DNA~Analyse", außer "Pampelmuse" auch "Pampelmusensaft" erscheinen; erst dann hilft das Wörterbuch bei der „aktiven Benutzung“ des bereitgestellten lexikalischen Materials.

Die Belege, aus mehreren Millionen ausgewählt, stammen aus literarischen Texten von BÖLL bis LUIS TRENKER, aus der Presse (nachprüfbar mit Datum und Seite) von der Bildzeitung bis zur „ZEIT“, aus Versandhauskatalogen usw.; aus der gesprochenen Sprache nur, soweit sie z. B. in Belletristik greifbar ist.

Neu aufgenommen ist an Lateinischem und Griechischem etwa (alphabetisch, aus Raumgründen durchweg ohne das lat./griech. Etymon, in der Schreibung des „Großen Wörterbuchs“, also in der gemilderten neuen Orthographie ["platzieren"], mit allen ihren Ungereimtheiten: "hochgebildet", aber "hoch geachtet"; "allein stehend" = "Single" usw.): "Airline", "Anchorman", "Callcenter", "Cent" = hundertster Teil des Euro, "Cyber-", "Datenautobahn", "Designerfood", "Dokusoap", "Dominoeffekt", "DVD" ("digital versatil disc"), "Ecu", "Edutainment", "Elchtest", "Euro", "Ex" („ihr/seine Ex“), "Format" = Fernsehsendung, "Franglais", "Frühstücksdirektor", "Geldkarte", "Global player", "Internet", "Kfor" ("Kosovo Force"), "Kollateralschaden", "Location", "Loveparade", "morphen", "Ökosteuer", "operativ" = Betriebs-, "Ostalgie", "outsourcen", "Paralympics", "piercen", "Postdoc", "Potenzpille", "Prion", "probiotisch", "Profiler", "-vider", "real existierender Sozialismus", "Reformstau", "Rucola", "Sfor" ("Stabilization Force" für Bosnien, Herzegowina), "Shareholdervalue", "Spartensender", "Teletubbie", "Viagra" ( - "vigor" oder "virilitas"), "Website", "Worst Case", "Xetra".

Hier noch einige neue nichtantike „Appetizer“: "abheben auf etwas", "am Stück", "Blockbuster", "Boygroup", "Browser", "call-by-call", "Daiquiri", "Drohne" = unbemanntes Flugzeug, "Ebola", "El Niño", "-a", "Fake", "feindliche Übernahme", "Flyer" = Handzettel, "frau", "Gameboy", "Homebanking", "Hype", "Intifada", "Macadamia-Nuß", "mailen", "Osterweiterung", "Peanuts" = Kleinigkeiten, "Push-up-BH", "Rollerblade", "Rosenkrieg" (nichthist.) = dramatischer Ehestreit, "Stütze" = finanzielle Unterstützung, "Taliban", "Tamagotchi", "Thinktank", "Track", "Womanizer".

Und doch fehlt noch vieles, an Lateinischem/ Griechischem etwa (manches ist auch erst nach Redaktionsschluss aufgekommen, so: "Leitkultur"):

"Alumnus", "[Alumnus]a" [?] = AbsolventIn, "Analyst" = Analytiker (allgemein), "Aquajogging", "Archäologie" nichtkunsthistorisch, "B-Movie", "Digimon"/"Digital monster" (computersimulierte japanische Geschwister der Pokémons), "diskutabel" = fragwürdig, worüber diskutiert werden muss , "Djane", "E-Commerce", "Expo", "Frauenpower", "-quote", "Gender Studies", "Greencard", "IT"/"Information Technology", "July" ("Juno" ist verzeichnet), "Low budget", "LTI"/"Lingua tertii imperii", von VICTOR KLEMPERER geprägte Bezeichnung), "New Economy", "Plastinator", "politische Klasse", "Porno" nichtsexuell (3), "Preser", "Primaries" (wichtigere Bezeichnungsexotismen, Benennungen für nur außerhalb unseres Sprachgebiets existierende Einrichtungen etc., sind prinzipiell aufgenommen), "rechtspopulistisch", "SMS"/"Short Message Service" (Verb dazu: "simsen"), "Tabs", "Voicerecorder",

an Nichtantikem: "Babyklappe", "Bimbes", "chatten", "Cheerleader", "Denglisch" ("Franglais" ist drin, s. o.), "Gewinnwarnung", "Hamas", "Moslem" = Bosnier („~s und Serben“) [?], "Mossad" (andere Geheimdienste sind genannt), "PKK", "Pokémon", "Schwulenehe", "Start-up", "Westbank"; "Schengen/~er Abkommen" (dies ist wichtiger als andere geographische Eigennamen);

an Historismen: "Mitteldeutschland", "Ostdeutschland" = Ostzone, DDR; "Ostdeutschland" in dieser Verwendung ist berücksichtigt: „früher in nichtoffiziellem Sprachgebrauch = DDR“; vgl. „Sowjetzone“).

Die Angaben zur Herkunft sind durchweg korrekt: Sie fehlt bei "Tussi" auch im Herkunfts-Duden 32001 und im Fremdwörter-Duden 72001, aber das im gleichen Verlag erschienene „Universalwörterbuch“ 42001 (s. u. Anm. 1) erklärt das Wort einleuchtend als Koseform von "Thusnelda" (ebenso Kluge/Seebold). "taff" = "robust" ist m. E. eher die eingedeutschte Form von (engl.) "tough" = "robust" als eine Entlehnung aus dem Hebräischen.

Die Gliederung der einzelnen Verwendungen ist nicht immer einsichtig, so bei "koitieren": „a) Geschlechtsverkehr ausüben ...: mit jmdm. k. ..., b) mit jmdm. den Geschlechtsverkehr vollziehen“ (die Hervorhebungen von mir: J. W.), aber hier folgen nur Beispiele mit Akkusativobjekt – WEISGERBER hätte von „inhumanem Akkusativ“ gesprochen.

Zu den Worterklärungen:

den Titel "Ethnarch" führt der Erzbischof von Zypern als Führer der griechischen Volksgruppe (ethnos) auf Zypern auch in nichtgeistlichen Angelegenheiten (früher dem Osmanischen Reich gegenüber).

"Bananenrepublik" ist nicht nur „oft“ abwertend, sondern immer, auch hat das Wort eine politische Komponente.

Ein "Orchideenfach" ist kein „ausgefallenes Fach“, nur eben kein Massenfach.

Die "Ismen" könnten eingängiger geordnet sein. (4)

Das "(Sende-)Format" hat nichts mit der Sendedauer zu tun; es ist inzwischen einfach ein Synonym zu (TV-)„Sendung“.

Möglicherweise künftig zu berücksichtigen:

"Gastland Griechenland", wie es seit der Frankfurter Buchmesse Herbst 2001 für das Land verwendet wird, das zu Gast ist, nicht, wie bisher, für das gastgebende Land; es ist eine Prägung analog zu "Gastarbeiter". Die Griechen formulierten "timômeni chôra", das Land, das geehrt wird.

"hinrichten" wird seit einigen Jahren häufig im Sinne von „abschlachten“ benutzt.

Zu einigen der Beigaben: Das gut lesbare Geleitwort von H. HECKMANN „Sprechen wir in der Zukunft noch deutsch?“ äußert sich ausgewogen zur Fremdwortproblematik (dasselbe gilt für die Schutzumschläge von Bd. 9 und 10). Die überaus zahlreichen Anglizismen sind übrigens außer durch das Computerwesen und die Fachsprachen der Naturwissenschaften und der Medizin – sowie der Technik – auch z. B. durch die Unterhaltungselektronik und die PopSzene bedingt. (5) Für die Nazisprache sollte außer auf STERNBERGER auf KLEMPERER hingewiesen sein (LTI, Berlin 1947 u. ö., später auch BRDAusgaben; das Buch befindet sich nicht unter den ausgewerteten Quellen) und auf CORNELIA SCHMITZ-BERNING, Vokabular des Nationalsozialismus, Berlin, New York 1998 u. ö. (eine ausführliche Würdigung von mir ist im Druck). – 10, 4783ff. sind 30 Artikel über „Wörter des [20.] Jahrhunderts“ aus dem „Sprachdienst“ abgedruckt, zehn davon auch auf den Schutzumschlägen ("Dritte Welt", "Drogen", "Emanzipation" usw.); warum? Unter den übrigen 70 gibt es genug andere interessante Artikel. Inzwischen erschienen alle in Buchform: „Die 100 Wörter des Jahrhunderts“, Frankfurt a. M. 1999 (st 2973). (6)

Die schon erwähnten Schutzumschläge gehen ebenfalls auf bestimmte Probleme der Sprachentwicklung ein, z. T. ergänzend zu den Beigaben in Bd 1 und 10, so auf den „Abbau der Kasusendungen“ z. B. in „Attentat auf den Präsident“. Das Beispiel fehlt aber im einschlägigen Wörterbuch-Artikel; doch finden sich bei „Typ“ Belege für den Akk. Sing. „den Typen“ = „Kerl, Freund“ etc. Hierher gehört seit kurzem auch der Akk. Sing. „den Autoren“ (so in der „Berliner Zeitung“ vom 31. 8. 2001, dazu zahlreiche Hörbelege); diese Form benutzen Leute, die nie auf die Idee kämen, einen Akk. Sing. „den Motoren“ zu bilden. - Auf andere Aspekte gehe ich aus Raumgründen nicht ein.

Druckfehler sind selten (10, 4757 muss es „allée, armée, frottée“ heißen; 2, 595 bei „Bike“: „bicycle“, nicht, wie schon im „Universalwörterbuch“, „bycicle“7; 4, 1855 bei „Holocaust“: „Erwin Leiser“.

„Das große Wörterbuch ...“ ist für jeden Philologen unentbehrlich. Soeben erscheint die vorzügliche Rez. von Th. Roelcke, Muttersprache 111, 2001, 281ff.; ich weise nachdrücklich auf sie hin.




(E?)(L?) http://www.altphilologenverband.de/forumclassicum/pdf/FC2001-2.pdf

Duden. Deutsches Universalwörterbuch. 4., neub. und erw. Aufl. Mannheim usw. (Dudenverlag) 2001. 1892 S. DM 59,- (ISBN 3-41105504-9).

Wörterbücher aller Art sind für den Philologen in der Regel nicht nur aufschlussreich, sondern geradezu unentbehrlich. So auch das „Universalwörterbuch“, das umfassendste einbändige Bedeutungswörterbuch der deutschen Gegenwartssprache. Es liegt jetzt in wesentlich verbesserter 4. Auflage vor (3)(1996). Hier sei der lexikalische Hauptteil vorgestellt (40 S. sind der Grammatik gewidmet), und zwar die griechischlateinische Lexik, die oft über andere Sprachen zu uns gelangt ist (1), sofern sie nicht überhaupt erst nachantik mit Mitteln dieser beiden Sprachen gebildet ist. Diesmal gebe ich das Material nach dem deutschen Alphabet und verzichte aus Raumgründen durchweg auf die antiken Ausgangswörter, markiere aber die antiken Wörter/Stämme durch Kursivdruck. Auf Veränderungen in Form, Bedeutung usw. gehe ich nicht ein. Die Schreibung übernehme ich aus dem hier zu besprechenden Werk.

Unter den 1500 neuen Stichwörtern sind griechisch: "Bahncard", "Bancomat", "Comedy", "ethnische Säuberung" („Unwort 1992“), "Gentechnik", "Greencard", "Hyperlink", "Offtheater", "Paralympics", "Politikverdrossenheit" („Wort des Jahres 1992“), "Spartensender", "Telearbeit", "-banking";

an Griechisch-Lateinischem: "Airline", "DVD" ("Digital Versatile Disc"), "E-Commerce", "politisch korrekt", "Prion" ("Pr/otein", "i/nficere", "-on");

an Lateinisch-Griechischem: "IT"/"Informationstechnologie", "Sitcom";

an Lateinischem: "Alien", "Aquajogging", "Bezahlfernsehen" (Übersetzung von „Pay-TV“, zu "pacare"; war schon 1996 drin), "Blind Date", "Business as usual", "Business Class", "Consulting", "Countertenor", "Doktormutter", "Dokusoap", "Edutainment", "Essential", "der/die Ex", "Finissage", "Fixing", "Frauenpower", "Frauenquote" („Quotenfrau“ fehlt noch), "gegenfinanzieren", "genetischer Code", "Globalplayer", "Homepage", "Imprint", "Infobrief", "Intro", "Kollateralschaden" („Unwort 1999“), "Last-Minute-", "Location", "Loveparade", "Mailorder", "Masterplan", "Multikulti", "out of area", "Postdoc", "Potenzpille", "Profiler", "Prolo" (noch nicht berücksichtigt: "Proll", "prollig"), "Provider", "Rucola" ("eruca" „wilde Rauke“), "Sfor" ("Stabilization Force" für Bosnien/Herzegowina), "Shareholdervalue", "SMS"/"Short Message Service", "Soapopera" („Seifenoper“ war schon 1996 verzeichnet), "Special", "Surpriseparty", "Taskforce", "Viagra" (zu "vigor" oder "virilitas"), "Voicemail" (es fehlt noch: "Voicerecorder"), "Website", "Worst Case", "Yellowpress", an Bedeutungen bzw. Verwendungen: "Cent" = Eurocent"‚ "Pfennig", "Destination" = "Ziel", "Quartier" (Viertel) = "Wohnbezirk", "Stadtteil", wie schon früher "Quartier latin", aber deutsch ausgesprochen.

Manches fehlt noch, auch nicht ganz Neues, das zum Teil schon im „Großen Fremdwörterbuch“ (2) 2000 desselben Verlags (2) enthalten ist. (In einigen Fällen sind die MitarbeiterInnen identisch!) So vermisst man an Griechischem: "New Economy", "Orchideenfach", "Teletubbies, an Bedeutungen: "Anatomie" = "Analyse" [?], "Porno(graphie)" = alles Unmoralische auch außerhalb des sexuellen Bereichs (vgl. die Erläuterung zu "obszön"!), an GriechischLateinischem "Plastinator", "politische Klasse", an Lateinischem: "Alumnus/-a" (heute vor allem = HochschulabsolventIn), "Cablette" ("Kapsel" + "Tablette", mit ‚vornehmem‘ c : J. W., Von Aborigines ... [u. Anm. 1] 416), "Expo", "Feinliner", "Gender Studies", "Luxusliner", "Low-budget", "ministrabel", "Nightliner", "Preser", "Preview" (bei beiden Wörtern ist "e" statt "ae" durch das Englische bedingt, wie in "Premium"), "rechtspopulistisch", "Tabs", an Bedeutungen: "Connection" = "Mafia", "Format" = "TV-Sendung", "kleinkariert" in übertragener Bedeutung, "operativ" („o. Gewinn/Verlust“), "Relation" = Strecke, "Separatorenfleisch".

Um auch ein nichtantikes vermisstes Wort zu nennen: Wo bleibt "Duden" (3)? Es ist doch längst nicht mehr nur ein Personenname, sondern vor allem Bezeichnung für ein Nachschlagewerk; sie fehlt sogar im Duden selbst! Wird sie nicht „wie Wörter der natürlichen Sprache gebraucht“ (13)? – Nicht unbedingt nötig sind z. B. „Hundert/Zehneuroschein“. Wahrscheinlich ist hier an ausländische BenutzerInnen gedacht, die nicht nur die ihnen begegnenden Lexeme verstehen wollen, sondern die sich auch vergewissern möchten, ob Lexeme, die sie sich aufgrund ihrer Deutschkenntnisse selbst bilden, tatsächlich üblich sind. Damit nimmt das „Universalwörterbuch“ zugleich in gewissem Umfang die Funktion wahr, die das „Langenscheidt Großwörterbuch Deutsch als Fremdsprache“ erfüllt (Berlin usw. 1993; erweiterte Neuauflage 1999). Der Altsprachler freut sich natürlich, "Nice"/"Nizza" (von: "Nikaia") und "Firenze"/"Florenz" aufgenommen zu sehen, aber wäre nicht z. B. "Schengen"/"Schengener Abkommen" wichtiger?

Druckfehler sind selten. (Bei "Bike" muß es "bicycle" heißen.)

Die Ausstattung (Papier, Druck, Einband) ist hervorragend, der Preis äußerst günstig: DM 58,- für das Buch, 78,- für Buch plus CD-ROM. Greifen Sie zu!

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(E?)(L?) http://www.altphilologenverband.de/forumclassicum/pdf/FC2000-3.pdf

Duden. Die deutsche Rechtschreibung. 22., völlig neub. und erw. Aufl. Mannheim usw. (Dudenverlag) 2000. Der Duden in zwolf Bänden 1. 1152 S. DM 39, 90. ISBN 3-411-04012-2. PC-Bibliothek Version 2.1 mit Plus-Paket: Duden die deutsche Rechtschreibung. 1 CD-ROM fur Windows oder Apple Macintosh. Mannheim usw. (Dudenverlag) 2000. DM 39,90 (ISBN 3-411-06706-3).
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Unter den 5000 neuen Wortern/Wortgruppen sind u. a. folgende griechisch: "???" - "ancora", ml. "anchora": "Anchorman" "Moderator" u. a.; "???" - "Bankomat"; "???" - "genetischer Fingerabdruck"; "???" - "Diskjockey"/"DJane" (movierte Feminina sind durchweg verzeichnet, sogar Fälle wie: "Ethiker", "Ethikerin"); "???" - "commercium", positus: "E-Commerce", "E-Post" (vgl. "E-Mail"), "Xetra" ("[e]xchange electronic trade"); "???" - "Canyoning"; "bi-", "???" - "bicycle" - "Bike"; "???" - "Comedy(serie)", "Comedian (Harmonists)", ~ , "situs": "Sitcom"; "???" - "Orchideenfach"; "???" - "Paralympics"; "???" - "Plateausohle"; "???" - "Telearbeit", "-tubbies"; "???" - "Hyperlink"; "???" - "Green Card".
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JÜRGEN WERNER, Berlin


(E?)(L?) http://www.altphilologenverband.de/forumclassicum/pdf/FC2000-2.pdf

Die Begründungsfalle

Zur Legitimierung altsprachlicher Bildung
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Als solcher [als Journalist] besuchte ich kürzlich eine internationale Konferenz zum Thema der neuen elektronischen Medien, also "Internet", "E-Commerce", "E-Book", "Online-Buchhandel". Das Vorstandsmitglied eines der größten Medienkonzerne hielt einen Vortrag, natürlich auf Englisch und natürlich mit Hilfe eines Computers, der Thesen und Statistiken auf eine Leinwand projizierte. Der Mann, vielleicht Anfang vierzig, eilte im Sturmschritt auf das Podium und sprang die drei Stufen in einem einzigen Satz hinauf. Das passte optimal zu den Siegesmeldungen, die er danach verkündete. Das Internet, so sagte er sinngemäß, ist eine Goldmine, und wer nicht jetzt seine Claims absteckt, hat verloren. Denjenigen aber, die massiv in die neue Ökonomie investieren, sind Markt und Macht und Erfolg sicher.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.americandialect.org/1998_words_of_the_year

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"e-" has been around in "e-mail" for nearly two decades, but it has recently multiplied its lexical connections with business in terms like "e-business", "e-commerce", and "e-tailing" (retailing on the Internet). A week after the ADS vote, on Jan. 15, the mantric power of "e-" was exemplified in a Dilbert cartoon where two venture capitalists say, “You’ll get no more funding unless you mutter empty Internet words that make us swoon,” and "e-commerce" knocks them over.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/Pages/A-Z-Index.aspx

Before e-Commerce. A History of Canadian Mail Order Catalogues (Archived)


(E?)(L?) https://www.berufskunde.de/de/ausbildungsberufe-a-bis-z/commerce-consultant

e-Commerce-Consultant


(E?)(L?) http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/electronic-commerce-E-Commerce.html

"electronic commerce" ("E-Commerce")

Business conducted through the use of computers, telephones, fax machines, barcode readers, credit cards, automated teller machines (ATM) or other electronic appliances (whether or not using the internet) without the exchange of paper-based documents. It includes activities such as procurement, order entry, transaction processing, payment, authentication and non-repudiation, inventory control, order fulfillment, and customer support. When a buyer pays with a bank card swiped through a magnetic-stripe-reader, he or she is participating in "e-commerce".


(E?)(L?) https://www.csoonline.com/article/2118571/data-protection/the-devil-s-infosec-dictionary.html

"E-Commerce": A historical fad from the late '90s meant to generate hundreds of billions of dollars in new profits; the inciting factor that generated hundreds of billions of dollars being spent on security products


(E?)(L?) https://www.covalentworks.com/glossary/

"E-commerce", "Electronic commerce"; the exchange of information about goods or services via the Internet; the ability to buy and sell products and services over the Internet. May include ordering, billing, customer service and handling of payments and transactions.


(E?)(L?) http://www.dafu.de/rechts-glossar.html




(E?)(L?) https://www.dailywritingtips.com/markets-and-merchants/

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"Commerce" is the large-scale buying and selling, generally involving transportation over long distances (though the word also has rarer senses of “exchange of ideas and opinions” or “sexual intercourse”). The adjective is "commercial", which also functions as a noun to denote an advertisement using moving images, sound, or both. Online buying and selling is called "e-commerce", where the "e" is an abbreviation for "electronic", as in "email" (sometimes styled "e-mail").
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(E?)(L?) https://www.dailywritingtips.com/a-guide-to-hyphens-and-dashes/

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Hyphens perform various functions, including the following: Some style guides (but not this site) recommend that phrasal adjectives be hyphenated regardless of their position, and a few such expressions (such as "far-reaching") are always hyphenated regardless of position or style authority. Also, a letter space should never intervene when a hyphen connects two words or numbers, except when suspending the first use of a word common to two or more phrasal adjectives ("fifteen- and thirty-day increments").

Hyphens are often introduced when new compounds are created, including in technological vocabulary, but such terms usually become closed compounds (though there are exceptions, such as "mind-set", mentioned above, and "light-year"). Some terms that include letters linked to nouns retain hyphenation ("A-list", "T-bone", "X-axis"). Omission of a hyphen in email is trending, but similar terms such as "e-commerce" resist this evolution.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.dailywritingtips.com/email-vs-e-mail/

"Email" vs. "E-mail"

By Mark Nichol

Once upon a time, one could speak or write about such media as "books" and "mail", or use such terms as "business" and "commerce", and your audience would immediately understand what you were referring to. But then, toward the end of the twentieth century, came a revolution in how humans conduct social behavior, academic pursuits, and business transactions—activities now often mediated through an electronic device.

As humans adapted to personal computers, cell phones, and related technology, our language concurrently evolved. One result was the invention of a new prefix: The letter "e" soon appeared in front of existing words as an abbreviation of "electronic" to express that the term refers to an action accomplished using a computer (or, later, related devices such as cell phones and tablets).

But for a time, how that prefix was attached was a matter of some disagreement. Should a hyphen be employed, or should the term be considered a closed compound? "Electronic mail", which originally referred to any electronic document-transmission method, including production of "facsimiles" (also known as "faxes"), dates back to the 1960s, and in the early 1970s, the abbreviation was codified in the computing world as "email". However, even though in the 1990s, the then new but quickly influential magazine Wired championed this closed form, though as the process became widely available, many publications used diverse variations, including "e-mail", "E-mail", and "Email".

The Chicago Manual of Style, which in general sensibly favors minimizing the use of hyphens in prefixed terms, recommends "e-mail" and the like (except in proper names such as "eBay"). The Associated Press Style Book switched to "email" a few years ago after steadfastly mandating "e-mail", though "e-commerce" and all other "e-words" remain hyphenated. (The capitalized forms, thankfully, never quite caught on.) Merriam-Webster’s, which generally mirrors Chicago’s hyphenation policy, lists e-mail, with email as a variant.

So, which form should prevail? As always, the options are, if you’re self-publishing or you’re compiling a house style guide for a company or organization, to decide for yourself and stick to one or the other, or to go with the form preferred by a company or organization you are writing for or submitting writing to. If the former alternative pertains to you, however, consider that "email" is only the most prominent among a class of similarly structured words with "e" attached to "book", "commerce", "learning", and so on, and consistency is a virtue. Therefore, if "e-mail", then "e-book" and so on. If "email", then "ebook" and so on. (And never capitalize the "e" or the first letter of the root word unless the prefixed word is a brand name.)

My recommendation is, though I generally favor omitting prefix hyphens, to consider the aesthetics and avoid such infelicities as "etail" ("electronic retail", meaning "online retail") and "ewaste" ("electronic waste", referring to "discarded electronics"). (I would avoid such prefixed terms altogether in favor of the long forms, but this may not always be desirable.)


(E?)(L?) https://www.dailywritingtips.com/25-idiomatic-phrases-that-include-single-initials/

25 Idiomatic Phrases That Include Single Initials

By Mark Nichol

An initial letter, almost invariably capitalized, is often the first element in a two-word noun compound that constitutes an idiom. (Use of a connecting hyphen varies, and various sources may include or omit a hyphen.) Often, the letter stands for a word; occasionally, letters are used to assign priority (A and B, for example) or represent a shape. Here are common terms representing this form.




(E?)(L?) https://www.dailywritingtips.com/tips-about-10-technological-terms/

Tips About 10 Technological Terms

By Mark Nichol

Which tech terms merit capitalization, and which are generic? Which terms are open compounds, and which are treated as one word? Here’s a guide to treatment of some of the most common names for technological phenomena:

Also, observe the distinction between the "Web" and the "Internet"; the former is but one component of the latter.


(E?)(L?) https://www.dailywritingtips.com/pros-and-cons-of-telecommuting/

Pros and Cons of Telecommuting

By Colin
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"Telecommute" (verb): to work from home, communicating with a central workplace using equipment such as telephones, fax machines, and modems.

"Telecommute"; the word sounds as though it opposes the freedom that a freelance writing life should bring, and is therefore in no way desirable. But in an age when technology and "e-commerce" is being embraced by so many organisations, the word "telecommute" has come to represent the key to a door of opportunity for freelance writers, more than any other word in the English dictionary before it.

But like anything else in this world that sounds good, how much of that should be taken with a pinch of salt? Everything has a cost, so let’s take a look at the pros and cons, from a freelance writer’s perspective, of telecommuting.
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(E?)(L?) https://desarrolloweb.com/glosario/

"E-Commerce": "Comercio electrónico". Todo comercio o tienda que tiene la web como canal de venta.


(E?)(L?) http://www.dicodunet.com/definitions/e-commerce/

E-Commerce

Abattant WC | Abri de jardin | Achat groupé | Agent conversationnel | Aide en ligne | Argent métal | Asiles Colis | ACSEL | B2E | Bénéfice | Bijou | Boutique en ligne | Bretelles | Brick and mortar | Business angel | Business model | Business plan | B2B | B2C | B2G | B2I | Cadeau personnalisé | Calendrier publicitaire | Cash Back | Catalogue interactif | Charges de copropriété | Chargeuse compacte | Click and mortar (clic et mortier) | Comparateur de prix | C2C | Cyber-marchand | Déclaration d'Intention de Commencement des Travaux | Demande d'Arrêté de circulation | Demande de renseignements | Dématérialisation de factures | Doudou | E-commerce | e-procurement | E-Sourcing | Facture électronique | Flux tendu | CRM | Grown-up | Guide d'achat | Incubateur | Interrupteur scénario | Investissement locatif | JO | LCV | Le Sitegran | Lingerie | | Marque blanche | Mercatique | Mercerie | Offre freemium | Paiement sécurisé en ligne | Panel en ligne | Panier ajax | Panier virtuel | PayPal | Personnalisation | Phishing | mp | Prise interrupteur | Promotion | Rétro-paiement | Rue du Commerce | Sécurité perçue | Snood | Social Shopping | SSII | Start-down | Start-up | Support par audio vidéo | Support par chat | Taux de rupture | Vente privée | Ventes croisées | Voiture de Collaborateur |


(E?)(L?) https://www.dictionary.com/browse/e-commerce

"e-commerce"


(E?)(L?) http://beat.doebe.li/bibliothek/w00786.html

E-Commerce


(E?)(L?) https://www.drweb.de/?s=e-Commerce

E-Commerce


(E?)(L?) https://www.ecin.de/anbieter/meldung/22215-e-commerc-wandel-in-der-textilbranche.html

E-Commerce: Wandel in der Textilbranche

28 August 2018


(E?)(L?) http://www.e-marketing.fr/Definitions-Glossaire/commerce-241544.htm#9wb6iDJpEv1cve5O.97/

"e-commerce"

Activité commerciale conduite via le réseau Internet (le plus souvent sur le Web).
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(E?)(L?) http://www.e-marketing.fr/tags/e-commerce/33363/1#utm_source=e-commerce&utm_medium=TAGS&utm_campaign=TAGS

E-commerce


(E?)(L?) http://www.eresult.de/wording_studie_3_0_forschungsbeitrag.htm

eResult Studie: Verständnisprobleme: Wichtige Web 2.0 und E-Commerce Begriffe sind Nutzern immer noch unklar!
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Getestete Begriffe: ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.etymologiebank.nl/trefwoord/ecommerce

e-commerce


(E?)(L?) https://ec.europa.eu/commission/commissioners/2014-2019/ansip/blog/online-retail-unlocking-potential-e-commerce-across-europe_en

Online retail: unlocking the potential of e-commerce across Europe


(E?)(L?) https://www.golem.de/specials/e-commerce/

E-Commerce


(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?era=1970

The Invention of Online Shopping

1979

In 1979 English inventor and entrepreneur Michael Aldrich invented "online shopping", or "teleshopping", to enable online transaction processing between consumers and businesses, or from business to business. Aldrich's technique later became known as "e-commerce"; it did not become economically viable until the Internet.

"His [Aldrich's] system connected a modified domestic TV to a real-time transaction processing computer via a domestic telephone line. He believed that videotex, the modified domestic TV technology with a simple menu-driven human-computer interface, was a 'new, universally applicable, participative communication medium — the first since the invention of the telephone. This enabled 'closed' corporate information systems to be opened to 'outside' correspondents not just for transaction processing but also for "e-messaging" and information retrieval and dissemination, later known as "e-business". His definition of the new mass communications medium as 'participative' [interactive, many-to-many] was fundamentally different from the traditional definitions of mass communication and mass media and a precursor to the social networking on the Internet 25 years later" (Wikipedia article on online shopping, accessed 03-19-2014).

In March 2014 reminiscences from Aldrich, and an account of his difficulties in reconstructing the early history of online shopping, entitled "Finding Mrs. Snowball," were available from The Michael Aldrich Archive at this link. Also available at the same link was a video interview from the time with the first online shopper, Mrs. Jane Snowball.


(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?era=1990

comScore is Founded

August 1999

In August 1999 Magid M. Abraham and Gian M. Fulgoni founded comScore with the objective of creating the first service to measure trends in "e-commerce".

"At the time, no market research company measured online buying behavior. The two leading online measurement companies, Media Metrix and Nielsen NetRatings, were focused solely on tracking Internet users’ site visitation behavior, providing their clients with basic metrics on the size and demographic characteristics of site audiences.

"The panels these two companies used numbered in the tens of thousands. This was far too small a sample size to accurately measure e-commerce since, on average, only 5 percent of a site’s visitors converted into buyers in any month. A panel of at least a million people would be needed. That was a daunting challenge because no research company had ever built a panel of 100,000 people, let alone a million. However, since their experience at IRI had shown that marketers spend four times as many research dollars measuring consumers’ buying behavior as they spend measuring media ratings, Magid and Gian were confident that an attractive market existed for online browsing and buying information. They decided to take on the challenge by raising and willingly investing tens of millions of dollars to discover ways in which to successfully recruit millions of opt-in panelists and develop the technology needed to capture, warehouse and analyze massive quantities of online data" (http://www.comscore.com/About_comScore/comScore_History, accessed 05-12-2009).


(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?era=2012

Retail "e-commerce" sales expanded 15 percent in the U.S in 2012 — seven times as fast as traditional retail.

November 7, 2013

"Why do some stores succeed while others fail? Retailers constantly struggle with this question, battling one another in ways that change with each generation. In the late 1800s, architects ruled. Successful merchants like Marshall Field created palaces of commerce that were so gorgeous shoppers rushed to come inside. In the early 1900s, mail order became the “killer app,” with Sears Roebuck leading the way. Toward the end of the 20th century, ultra-efficient suburban discounters like Target and Walmart conquered all.

"Now the tussles are fiercest in online retailing, where it’s hard to tell if anyone is winning. Retailers as big as Walmart and as small as Tweezerman.com all maintain their own websites, catering to an explosion of customer demand. Retail "e-commerce" sales expanded 15 percent in the U.S in 2012—seven times as fast as traditional retail. But price competition is relentless, and profit margins are thin to nonexistent. It’s easy to regard this $186 billion market as a poisoned prize: too big to ignore, too treacherous to pursue.

"Even the most successful online retailer, Amazon.com, has a business model that leaves many people scratching their heads. Amazon is on track to ring up $75 billion in worldwide sales this year. Yet it often operates in the red; last quarter, Amazon posted a $41 million loss. Amazon’s founder and chief executive officer, Jeff Bezos, is indifferent to short-term earnings, having once quipped that when the company achieved profitability for a brief stretch in 1995, “'t was probably a mistake' " (http://www.technologyreview.com/news/520801/no-stores-no-salesmen-no-profit-no-problem-for-amazon/ accessed 11-07-2013).


(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?era=2012

The U.S. Postal Service Will Deliver Amazon Packages on Sundays

November 11, 2013

In a testimony to the growing impact of "e-commerce", on November 11, 2013 the U.S. Postal Service and Amazon.com announced that the Postal Service will deliver packages in the Los Angeles and New York metropolitan areas on Sundays—a first for the postal service, and a service not provided by private delivery companies. According to Amazon's press release, Sunday deliveries will be for Amazon Prime members, "who receive unlimited, free two-day shipping on millions of items." Amazon and the U.S. Postal Service plan to roll out this service to a large portion of the U.S. population in 2014, including Dallas, Houston, New Orleans and Phoenix.

"Getting packages on Sundays normally is expensive for customers. United Parcel Service Inc. doesn't deliver on Sundays, according to a spokeswoman. And FedEx Corp. said Sunday 'is not a regular delivery day,' though limited options are available.

"The deal could be a boon for the postal service, which has been struggling with mounting financial losses and has been pushing to limit general letter mail delivery to five days a week.

"Spokeswoman Sue Brennan said that letter mail volume is declining 'so extremely,' yet package volume is 'increasing in double-digit percentages.'

"The postal service's Sunday package delivery business has been very small, but the arrangement with Amazon for two of the retailer's larger markets, Los Angeles and New York, should boost work considerably.

"To pull off Sunday delivery for Amazon, the postal service plans to use its flexible scheduling of employees, Brennan said. It doesn't plan to add employees, she said" (http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-amazon-usps-20131109,0,7390545.story?track=lat-email-topofthetimes#axzz2kLimvcy6, accessed 11-12-2013)


(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?era=2012

Amazon.com and UPS Envision Eventually Delivering Packages Via Drones

December 1, 2013

In an interview on December 1, 2013 Jeff Bezos, founder and chief executive of Amazon.com, outlined how he envisioned using drones to deliver packages in as little as 30 minutes. Declaring himself an optimist, he predicted that delivery drones could be a reality in as little as five years.

Bezos intends to be among the first to use such technology once the Federal Aviation Administration finalizes rules for commercial drones later this decade. Current regulations forbid companies from flying unmanned vehicles.

On December 3, 2013, The Washington Post, owned by Bezos, displayed an excellent information graphic on Bezos's proposed delivery drone at this link.

On December 8, 2013 The New York Times published an article entitled "Disruptions: At Your Door in Minutes, Delivered by Robot." The article also stated that UPS (United Parcel Service) was researching the use of drones for future delivery services:

"But given the explosive growth of "e-commerce", some experts say the shipping business is in for big changes. United Parcel Service, which traces its history to 1907, delivers more than four billion packages and documents a year. It operates a fleet of more than 95,000 vehicles and 500 aircraft. The ubiquitous Brown is a $55 billion-plus-a-year business. And, like Amazon, U.P.S. is reportedly looking into drones. So is Google. More and more "e-commerce" companies are making a point of delivering things quickly the old-fashioned way — with humans.

"Some of the dreamers in the technology industry are dreaming even bigger. It won’t be just drones, they insist. Robots and autonomous vehicles — think Google’s driverless car — could also disrupt the delivery business.

“As cities become more automated, you’re going to start to see on-demand delivery systems that look like small delivery vehicles and can bring you whatever you want to wherever you are,” said Bryant Walker Smith, a fellow at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School and a member of the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford. “Rather than go to the store to buy some milk, a robot or drone will go to a warehouse and get it for you, then deliver it.”


(E?)(L?) https://money.howstuffworks.com/history-e-commerce.htm

The History of E-commerce


(E?)(L?) https://money.howstuffworks.com/ecommerce.htm

How E-commerce Works


(E?)(L?) http://www.internet4jurists.at/e-commerce/ec0.htm

Internet & Recht: E-Commerce


(E?)(L?) https://www.internetworld.de/e-commerce-215306.html

E-Commerce

Unter "E-Commerce" fallen alle Verkaufsaktivitäten, die online abgewickelt werden - von der Bestellung digitaler Inhalte ("Paid Content") für den sofortigen Konsum und konventioneller Waren bis hin zu Dienstleistungen rund um den elektronischen Geschäftsverkehr.

In der Regel wird für den "E-Commerce" ein Webshop eingesetzt. Hier können Kunden selbständig Ware aussuchen und bestellen. Großer Vorteil im Vergleich zu stationären Geschäften ist beim "E-Commerce" oder "Online-Handel", dass das Einkaufen rund um die Uhr möglich ist. In der Regel ist der Webshop an ein Warenwirtschaftssystem angeschlossen, das Einkauf, Lagerhaltung, Kundenmanagement, Finanzbuchhaltung und vieles mehr beinhalten kann.

Hier gibt es den Business-Guide "E-Commerce 2018" kostenlos zum Herunterladen.

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(E?)(L?) https://www.internetworld.de/e-commerce-314915.html

E-Commerce


(E?)(L?) https://www.isaca.org/Pages/Glossary.aspx?tid=1365&char=E

E-commerce


(E?)(L?) http://jargonf.org/wiki/e-commerce

"e-commerce"

nom, masculin, [société]. Jargon inventé par IBM pour parler du "commerce électronique". Voir aussi "cybercommerce", "m-commerce".

Voir aussi "s-commerce".


(E?)(L?) http://www1.ku-eichstaett.de/SLF/EngluVglSW/OnOn-Total.pdf

S. 76f

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6.8. Blending

This process occurs especially when there is a mixture of two categories so that an unequivocal classification of the concept to be named seems impossible. Yet Adams (1973) has shown that "blends" can be categorized into several subtypes: I do not want to adopt this subtypology, but Adams’ system shows at least that blendings can represent all structures of the composites, type (2) to (7). There seem to be two kinds of blends: Aside from the (postulated) contiguity of linguistic expressions there is also — and this is much more important — the contiguity of concepts, which I’ve already mentioned above. For the speaker it is either difficult to decide whether brunch is a kind of BREAKFAST or a kind of LUNCH or s/he sees that a brunch combines elements of both: there’s contiguity between BRUNCH and BREAKFAST as well as between BRUNCH and LUNCH. In my opinion, the second interpretation is more useful, since it also covers cases like "motel". If no long form has existed before, Štekauer’s onomatological level becomes relevant. This time it seems justified to assume an auxiliary “simplex structure” which immediately gives way to a shortened form for economical reasons or for reasons of prestige and fashion.

Blending is a productive and prominent word-formation process in Modern English (at least in American English), only to be excelled by compounding and derivation (cf. the lists of “Among the New Words”).

If a word is frequently used for blending, then the clipped part might gradually serve as a new (pseudo-)affix, especially when combined with morphemes, not only morphs. This seems to be the case with "[X]-gate" (from "Watergate"), which can be glossed as "scandal in connection with [X]". The latest list of “Among the New Words” include the entries "Skategate" (referring to the attack on scater Nancy Kerrigan, instigated by Tonya Harding) (Glowka et al. 2000: 190), "Kneepadgate" ‘sex scandal around President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky’ (Glowka et al. 2001: 81), also known as "Sexgate" (Glowka et al. 2001: 194), "Monasterygate" ‘scandal involving fund-raising by Vice President Al Gore in a California Buddhist temple’ (Glowka et al. 2000: 438).

Another good example is the phoneme "[i:]", which can be considered a (pseudo-)prefix; in Glowka et al. (2001: 86) we find the lemmas "e-bucks" "electronic money", "e-celebrity" "famous person promoting an Internet company" and "e-entrepreneur" "person starting an Internet company"; besides, "e-mail" and "e-commerce" are now well-established words not only in English.
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(E?)(L?) https://label-online.de/label/euro-label-oesterreichisches-e-commerce-guetezeichen/

Österreichisches E-Commerce-Gütezeichen


(E?)(L?) https://www.lebensmittelzeitung.net/suche/?OK=suchen&i_q=e-Commerce

985 Suchergebnisse für „e-Commerce“


(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/ads-l/2000-October/009761.html

e-commerce jargon in the NY Observer

Evan Morris

Fri Oct 20 14:08:05 UTC 2000


(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/worldwidewords/2003-January/000215.html

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"T-COMMERCE": We've had "e-commerce" for buying things online; we've since had "m-commerce" for using one's mobile to obtain goods and services; now "t-commerce" is beginning to appear for transactions carried out using interactive "television".
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(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/worldwidewords/2000-August/000083.html

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"V-COMMERCE" As "V" is for "Voice", you might think this was the old way of doing business - by talking to somebody. Nothing so simple. This is "voice-commerce" 21st-century style, buying things by chatting to a voice-activated computer. Two technologies lie at its core: natural language speech recognition (so the computer knows what you are saying) and speaker authentication (so it knows who you are). But can you gossip with it? And does it have a sense of humour?
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(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/worldwidewords/2000-January/000052.html

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"CLICKS AND MORTAR": A fashionable term of "e-commerce", a play on the phrase "bricks and mortar", to describe a firm which tries to balance a new online presence (the clicks, as of a computer mouse) with its traditional trading branches or stores (the mortar). Some analysts argue such firms are merely cannibalising their existing businesses and have no future either offline or online.
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(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/worldwidewords/2000-January/000053.html

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"B2B" Short for "Business-to-Business", this is another new buzzword in the "e-commerce" field. It denotes those "electronic businesses" that chiefly trade with others of like kind. It's predicted that this is the form of "online commerce" that will grow the fastest in the coming years, not selling things to end-customers.
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(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/worldwidewords/1999-October/000040.html

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"E-ENVOY": This is the job title now officially given to a British civil servant, Alex Allan, who will help promote "e-commerce" in the UK through "galvanising business", pushing forward adoption of the Internet, negotiating regulatory issues and ensuring adoption of government policy. He will be reporting to the "e-minister".
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(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/worldwidewords/1999-January/000002.html

Michael B Quinion Michael

Sat Jan 16 1999

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3. Topical words: The "e-" prefix /i:/

It seems that "e-" is the new "cyber-": a convenient combining form, tackable at will on to almost any other word to imply the white heat of the technological revolution. This came home to me during the holiday break, when I discovered that a current buzzword for online business is "e-tail". It's a less than elegant coinage, even though in Britain it lacks the special resonance of the American slang meaning of "tail".

More evidence came from Liz Lavallee in the COPYEDITING list; she reported that her local newspaper, the _Potomac News_ in Woodbridge, Virginia, had the headline "1998: A year of truly e-mazing events". Another punning headline of a similar kind was one I found in a British computer magazine, which referred to the "e-conomy". And a look through my files reveals 63 other examples of new words formed by tacking "e-" on the front of an existing word, including "e-trade", "e-asset", "e-envoy", "e-postmarked", "e-junkmailer", and "e-scoop". Most of these are nonce formations, invented to satisfy a momentary need and not likely to be seen again, but some, such as "e-cash", "e-democracy", and "e-text", have established what looks like a firm foothold in current usage.

The daddy of these compounds is the comparatively venerable "e-mail", first recorded as a noun in 1982 and as a verb in 1987. The "e-" was at first just a convenient abbreviation for "electronic". As the word gained wider currency from the early nineties onwards, many newer users were uncertain whether the initial letter was an abbreviation or a prefix, and whether the word should be written with a hyphen or not. Hence the alternative forms "E-mail", "Email", and "email". It's an understandable confusion, and especially so as writing the word without a hyphen leads to something that looks foreign (specifically, the French word for "enamel").

The debate, or possibly the confusion, has not yet wholly worked itself through. But the growth in other words with the same prefix has gone a long way towards settling matters, as the form has become more common and it is more obvious that it can be stuck on the front of a whole range of words. It is also settling down to include the hyphen, perhaps because most of the words that would be formed without it look very odd.

You can tell it's a live and fashionable prefix by the range of creations using it, few of them either clever or necessary. We don't need "e-tail", for example, because we already have "e-business" and "e-commerce". In October a health specialist was quoted in the _Los Angeles Times_ as saying "Everybody in this country knows the phrase "e-commerce", but nobody knows the phrase "e-health"". The first half of that is questionable: despite several years of circulation, I would imagine that a quite a large proportion of Americans neither knows the word "e-commerce" nor cares what it means. But the second half seems true enough: it's another word for the application of telecommunications to medicine, rather more frequently called "telemedicine" or "telehealth".

So it's another unneeded coinage. We shall see many more before we're through with this fashion.


(E?)(L?) https://www.marketing.ch/lexikon/e-commerce/

"E-Commerce" steht für den elektronischen Handel über das Internet sowohl als Geschäftsprozess zwischen Unternehmen ("B2B") wie auch zwischen dem Unternehmen und dem Endverbraucher ("B2C", z.B. "Online-Shopping").


(E?)(L?) https://www.marketing.ch/lexikon/online-commerce/

"Online-Commerce": Oberbegriff für "E-Commerce" und "M-Commerce".


(E?)(L?) https://www.marketingterms.com/dictionary/category/e-commerce/

E-Commerce Glossary


(E?)(L?) https://www.mercurynews.com/
Das engl. "e-commerce" soll im Jahr 1993 zum ersten Mal in der Zeitschrift "San Jose Mercury News" (California, US) öffentlich aufgetreten sein.

(E?)(L?) https://moneymuseum.com/pdf/gestern/02_durch_die_zeiten/42_Vom%20Basar%20zum%20eCommerce.pdf

Der Basar ist die Urform des Marktplatzes. Im "E-Commerce" wird der globale Markt zum virtuellen Basar. Ein Essay.

Vom Basar zum E-Commerce

Im orientalischen Basar treffen ortsgebunden und überblickbar Angebot und Nachfrage jederzeit direkt aufeinander. Der Basar ist deshalb die Urform des Marktplatzes, wo der Preis einer Ware auf Grund ihrer relativen Seltenheit und des jeweiligen Käuferinteresses bestimmt wird. Im "e-Commerce" werden mit elektronischen Mitteln die Grenzen der lokalen Präsenz überwunden, so dass der globale Markt letztlich zum virtuellen Basar wird.
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Zum anderen eröffnet die Elektrizität auf Grund vieler Erfindungen ein Potenzial, das vom motorischen Antrieb über Beleuchtung und Tiefkühlung, Radio und Telefon bis zu Fernsehen und Computer geführt hat und noch längst nicht ausgeschöpft ist. Dabei haben in den letzten Jahrzehnten einige Länder Asiens, vor allem Japan, vom Automobilbau über die Entwicklung von Foto- und Videokameras bis zur Unterhaltungselektronik am Weltmarkt stark gewonnen. In den Supermärkten städtischer Zentren wird heute auf Grund eines voll ausgebauten Transport- und Kommunikationssystems weltweit ein vergleichbares Angebot an Nahrungsmitteln und Konsumgütern präsentiert; für Industrieprodukte, Rohstoffe und Energieträger existieren schon längst weltweit interdependente Märkte. In dieser Globalisierung stellt das Internet nur den letzten Schritt dar, mit welchem die ortsunabhängige Evaluation von Angebot und Nachfrage stattfinden kann: Mit dem "e-Commerce", der sogar über ein mobiles Telephon möglich ist, hat der Basar weltweite Dimensionen erreicht.


(E?)(L?) https://news.netcraft.com/fullindex/




(E?)(L?) http://www.netlingo.com/inframes.cfm

e-commerce | e-commerce czar

"e-commerce", a.k.a. "ecommerce" -or- "e-comm"

What is e-commerce?
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(E?)(L?) https://www.nngroup.com/topic/e-commerce/

Topic: "E-commerce"


(E?)(L?) https://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Word=e-commerce

e-commerce


(E?)(L?) http://www.owid.de/artikel/298333

"E-Commerce": Neologismus der 90er Jahre
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Sinnverwandte Ausdrücke


(E?)(L?) https://www.projektmagazin.de/glossarterm/e-commerce

"E-Commerce" als Abkürzung für "Electronic Commerce" ist die Anbahnung, Abschließung und ggf. Erfüllung von Kaufverträgen über das Internet.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc-index2.html




(E?)(L?) http://www.riff.org/node/10416

"e-commerce" - "Electronic Commerce" - "Commerce électronique"
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(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2001/0215.html#10

Internet Voting vs. Large-Value e-Commerce

One of the odder comments I've heard in the debate on Internet voting is the following: "If we can protect multi-billion-dollar e-commerce transactions on the Internet, certainly we can protect elections" (or words to that effect). I've heard it so often that I feel the need to explain why it isn't true.
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(E?)(L?) https://searchcio.techtarget.com/definition/e-commerce

"e-commerce" ("electronic commerce" or "EC")


(E?)(L?) http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/

"e-commerce"

Related to e-commerce: "E-business"

"e-commerce", commerce conducted over the Internet, most often via the World Wide Web. "E-commerce" can apply to purchases made through the Web or to business-to-business activities such as inventory transfers.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.theguardian.com/small-business-network/series/e-commerce

"e-commerce" from the small business network


(E?)(L?) http://www.translationdirectory.com/articles/article1216.htm

E-commerce Across Borders (English)

O comércio eletrônico atravessando fronteiras (Portuguese)


(E?)(L?) http://www1.udel.edu/alex/dictionary.html

Hackers, Hits and Chats: An E-Commerce and Marketing Dictionary of Terms
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"E-Commerce": ["ecom"] "E-commerce" refers to all forms of business activities conducted across the internet. This can include "E-tailing", "B2B", "intranets" and "extranets", "online advertising", and simply "online presences" of any form that are used for some type of communication (customer service for example).

"E-tailing": ["eta"] "E-tailing" refers to "retailing over the internet". Thus an "e-tailer" is a B2C business that executes a transaction with the final consumer. "E-tailers" can be pure play businesses like Amazon.com or businesses that have evolved from a legacy business, Tesco.com. "E-tailing" is a subset of "e-commerce".


(E?)(L?) https://edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de/6367/
(E?)(L?) https://edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de/6367/1/Rolletschek_Gerhard.pdf

Rolletschek, Gerhard (2007): Term-driven E-Commerce.

Dissertation, LMU München: Fakultät für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften


(E?)(L?) https://edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de/8420/
(E?)(L?) https://edoc.ub.uni-muenchen.de/8420/1/Kim_Daewoo.pdf

Kim, Daewoo (2008): Semantische Analyse und automatische Gewinnung von branchenspezifischem Vokabular für E-Commerce.

Dissertation, LMU München: Fakultät für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften


(E?)(L?) http://www.usability.ch/Alertbox/20070129.htm

Wunschzettel, Gutscheine und Geschenke im E-Commerce 09.02.2007


(E?)(L?) https://vds-ev.de/denglisch-und-anglizismen/anglizismenindex/ag-anglizismenindex/




(E?)(L?) http://www.virtualsalt.com/roots.htm

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Note that some modern words are formed by using abbreviated forms of other words. Thus, we see the use of the letter "i" for "Internet" in "iPhone", "iPod", "iPad", and "iTunes", indicating that these items or services work with the "Internet". Similarly, the use of "e" for "electronic" appears in words such as "elearning" (and various forms: "eLearning", "E-Learning", and so on), "e-commerce", and "e-business". The "e-terms" seem to have been coined before the "i-terms" became popular. And note that most of the "i-terms" are trademarks, while the others are general descriptors: "I'm going to download some iTunes from Apple's e-commerce site because I love e-music." At any rate, these abbreviated forms are not traditional prefixes, but because they are indeed attached to the front of what amounts to root words, they could be considered functional prefixes.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.visualthesaurus.com/cm/candlepwr/brand-names-of-the-year-for-2017/

Brand Names of the Year for 2017

December 11, 2017

By Nancy Friedman

In December I like to take a backward look at the most interesting brand names of the previous 12 months – not just newsworthy but also linguistically notable. Here are my choices for 2017.




(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/quick_ref/hosting_plan.asp

What You Need in a Hosting Plan

The basic needs of any "online store" include back-end functionality that lets you manage a product catalog, strong site security, secure certificates and integration.

Product Catalo And Shopping Cart Software

The product catalog is arguably the most important part of any "e-commerce" venture.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/E/e_commerce_trustmark.html

e-commerce trustmark


(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/TERM/E/electronic_commerce.html

"electronic commerce" ("ecommerce")

By Vangie Beal

Often referred to as simply "ecommerce" (or "e-commerce") the phrase is used to describe business that is conducted over the Internet using any of the applications that rely on the Internet, such as "e-mail", "instant messaging", "shopping carts", "Web services", "UDDI", "FTP", and "EDI", among others. "Electronic commerce" can be between two businesses transmitting funds, goods, services and/or data or between a business and a customer.


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/more/888/

2002 ADS Word of the Year

Dave Wilton, Saturday, February 01, 2003
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Others have had mixed success. The Most Likely to Succeed for 2000 was "muggle", which has not gained lasting currency outside the confines of the Harry Potter universe. In 1999 the winner of this category was "dot-com" — a term that has done better than the companies it represents. The term for 1998 was the prefix "e-". While words like "e-mail" and "e-commerce" are still going strong, the prefix has largely ceased to be productive and is not generating new words. And in 1992 the term judged Most Likely to Succeed was "snail mail". It is hanging in there, but seems to be fading.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/site/comments/1999_words/

bricks and clicks, n. Another "e-commerce" term, this one refers to a company that combines online marketing and sales with more traditional channels.


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/site/comments/1993_words/

"cybershop", v. This verb, meaning “to purchase goods or services over the internet,” makes an appearance. Cf. "e-commerce".

"e-commerce", n. Unsurprisingly, this term first appears in California’s San Jose Mercury News, the paper of record for Silicon Valley. Cf. "cybershop".


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/site/comments/1992_words/

"e-business", n. "E-business" starts chalking up sales. "E-commerce" will appear in 1993.


(E?)(L?) https://www.wordspy.com/index.php?word=e-commerce

"e-commerce"

n. The buying and selling of goods and services online.

Etymology: "electronic" + "commerce"

Examples ...


(E1)(L1) http://www.wortwarte.de/

E-Commerce-Application-Software-Provider | E-Commerce-Player | E-Commerce-Richtlinie


(E?)(L?) http://www.www-kurs.de/e-business.htm

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Was ist "E-Business" bzw. "E-Commerce"?

Unter "E-Business" versteht man alle Formen von elektronischen Geschäftsprozessen, unter "E-Commerce" "nur" den Handel von Waren und Dienstleistungen über elektronische Medien, wie das Internet.

Firmen, die sich dem "E-Business" widmen, stehen bei Aktionären hoch im Kurs. Man toleriert sogar, dass diese Firmen Verluste machen.

Deren Aktienwert lässt einige etablierte Firmen (man spricht gerne von der "Old Economy") alt aussehen. Die Zukunft wird zeigen, ob sie dem momentanen Vertrauensvorschuss bzw. Erwartungspotenzial gerecht werden können. Die Möglichkeiten von elektronischen Geschäftsprozessen sind jedoch gewaltig.

Was gehört dazu?

Eine Vielzahl von Geschäftsprozessen lassen sich bereits elektronisch abbilden.

Bauernregel des "E-Business": Man nehme ein "E-" und hänge die englische Bezeichnung dran und schon hat man einen modern klingenden Begriff:

"E-Advising" (anleiten, beraten), "E-Auction" (Versteigerung), "E-Bonding" (Kundenbindung), "E-Book" (papierlose Bücher), "E-Cash" (Zahlungsverkehr), "E-Catalog" (Kataloge), "E-Commerce" (Handel), "E-Consulting" (Beratung), "E-Education" (Bildung), "E-Government" (staatliche Geschäftsprozesse), "E-Intermediary" (Vermittlung), "E-Learning" (Lernen), "E-Mail" (Post), "E-Mall" (Einkaufspassage), "E-Market" (Markt) bzw. "E-Marketplace" (Marktplatz), "E-Payment" (Zahlungsverkehr), "E-Procurement" (Einkauf), "E-Publishing" (Veröffentlichen), "E-Service" (Service-Dienstleistungen), "E-Shop" (Geschäft), "E-Submission" (Ausschreibung), "E-Taxes" (Steuer), "E-Vote" (Wahlen), "E-Zine" (Zeitschrift).

Wird das Ganze mobil, spricht man von "M-Business" bzw. "M-Commerce".
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(E?)(L?) http://www.www-kurs.de/gloss_e.htm#E-Commerce

E-Commerce

Unter "E-Commerce" (gesprochen "ieh-kommörs") versteht man alle Formen von elektronischer Vermarktung und den Handel von Waren und Dienstleistungen über elektronische Medien wie das Internet. "E-Commerce" ist eine "Untermenge" des "E-Business". Siehe auch "V-Commerce", "E-Consulting", "E-Publishing", "Telebanking" und "Teleshopping" bzw. die Kurs-Seite "E-Business / E-Commerce". Neben dem Internet können E-Commerce-Transaktionen auch über firmeninterne oder "nicht-Internet"-Netze von z.B. Behörden und Banken abgewickelt werden.

Praxisnahe Informationen zum Thema bietet Ihnen das deutsche Forum "Electronic Commerce InfoNet" (ECIN) unter http://www.ecin.de/ (Stand 2011-06).


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/b2b-e-commerce

B2B e-commerce


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/e-commerce

e-commerce


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/e-commerce-engineer

e-commerce engineer


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/e-commerce-service-provider

e-commerce service provider


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/social-e-commerce

social e-commerce


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=E-Commerce
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "E-Commerce" taucht in der Literatur nicht signifikant auf.

(E?)(L?) http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


Erstellt: 2018-08

Ecommerce (W3)

Die Bezeichnung "Electronic Commerce" und die Kurzformen "Ecommerce", "e-commerce", dt. "E-Commerce", (frz. "commerce en ligne"), verweisen auf Geschäftshandlungen, die über das Internet erfolgen und also mit Hilfe von Internetanwendungen wie etwa E-Mail, Internet-Shops, Soziale Medien oder andere Web-Funktionalitäten und Apps abgewickelt werden. Der Internet-Handel schließt dabei Vermarkten, Verkaufen und Bezahlen eines Produktes (Kapital, Waren und Dienstleistungen) im Internet ein.

Das engl. "commerce" geht zurück auf lat. "commercium" = dt. "Handel", "Verkehr". Dieses setzt sich zusammen aus lat. "com-" = dt. "zusammen", "mit", "völlig" und lat. "merx", "mercis" = dt. "Lohn", "Ware", "Sache", "Ding". Als Wurzel wird ide. "*merk-" = dt. "fassen", "ergreifen" postuliert.

Im Jahr 1998 begann man den Präfix "e-" für "electronic" zu nutzen, wie in "e-mail" oder "ecommerce" / "e-commerce".

ecommerce.png ecommerce1 ecommerce2 ecommerce3

(E?)(L?) https://www.clickz.com/category/digital-marketing/ecommerce/

Digital Marketing - Ecommerce


(E?)(L?) https://www.clickz.com/why-influencer-marketing-is-the-best-option-for-your-e-commerce-business/216143/

Why influencer marketing is the best option for your e-commerce business

Influencer marketing is quickly occupying e-commerce niche and it is absolutely natural. This new way of promotion became a trend that brings a large profit to many companies. Let’s take a look at successful examples of influencer marketing and the main reasons why you should pay attention to it if you haven’t before.


(E?)(L?) https://www.drweb.de/tag/ecommerce-2/

ecommerce


(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?category=eCommerce+%2F+Mail+Order+%2F+Consumer+Analytics

Timeline: eCommerce / Mail Order / Consumer Analytics


(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?id=1264

1988 - The First Operational Online Antiquarian Bookselling Site

In 1988 Larry Costello founded Antiquarian Databases International (ADI). A Bulletin Board System (BBS), ADI was the first operational online antiquarian bookselling site, and an extremely early venture in ecommerce, but it closed after only a few months.


(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?id=3549

(April 18, 2011): Walmart Buys Kosmix.com, Forming @WalmartLabs

Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retailer, agreed to buy Kosmix.com, a social media start-up focused on "ecommerce", creating @WalmartLabs.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?id=4308

December 20, 2013: eCommerce Accounts for Only About 6% of Commerce in the U.S.


(E?)(L?) https://www.investopedia.com/terms/e/ecommerce.asp

Electronic Commerce - ecommerce

"Electronic commerce", or "e-commerce", (also written as "eCommerce") is a type of business model, or segment of a larger business model, that enables a firm or individual to conduct business over an electronic network, typically the internet. "Electronic commerce" operates in all four of the major market segments: "business to business", "business to consumer", "consumer to consumer", and "consumer to business". It can be thought of as a more advanced form of mail-order purchasing through a catalog. Almost any product or service can be offered via "ecommerce", from books and music to financial services and plane tickets.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.practicalecommerce.com/eCommerce-Dictionary-Hosting-Terms

eCommerce Dictionary: Hosting Terms


(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/Internet_and_Online_Services/Electronic_Commerce

"Electronic Commerce", often referred to as "ecommerce" (or "e-commerce"), the phrase describes business that is conducted over the Internet using any of the applications that rely on the Internet, including email, shopping carts, social media and Web services, among others.

From setting up your first online Web store to understanding industry regulations, our ecommerce dictionary offers a glossary of important definitions, terms and phrases you need to know.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/quick_ref/ecommerce_hosting.asp

Ecommerce Web Hosting Guide


(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/TERM/E/ecommerce_hosting.html

ecommerce hosting

A phrase used to describe a type of website hosting platform that is used to serve an electronic commerce website. Ecommerce hosting differs from standard Web hosting in that a number of features and functionalities are required to manage and run a commercial website.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/TERM/E/ecommerce_remarketing.html

ecommerce remarketing


(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/TERM/E/e_commerce_trustmark.html

e-commerce trustmark

An e-commerce trustmark is a badge, image or logo found on an electronic commerce website that indicates the site is a member of a professional organization or has passed security tests.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/TERM/E/electronic_commerce.html

electronic commerce (ecommerce)


(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/TERM/T/tablet_ecommerce.html

"tablet commerce" ("t-commerce")

In "e-commerce" terminology, "tablet commerce", also called "tablet ecommerce" or "t-commerce", is a "mobile commerce" strategy that focuses on designing and developing retail websites and related processes to improve the browsing and shopping experience on tablet devices.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/more/611/

1998: prefix e- for “electronic” as in e-mail and newly prominent ecommerce.


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/ecommerce

ecommerce - Computer Definition


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=ecommerce
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "ecommerce" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1990 auf.

(E?)(L?) http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


Erstellt: 2018-08

Electronic Commerce (W3)

Die Bezeichnung "Electronic Commerce" und die Kurzformen "Ecommerce", "e-commerce", dt. "E-Commerce", (frz. "commerce en ligne"), verweisen auf Geschäftshandlungen, die über das Internet erfolgen und also mit Hilfe von Internetanwendungen wie etwa E-Mail, Internet-Shops, Soziale Medien oder andere Web-Funktionalitäten und Apps abgewickelt werden. Der Internet-Handel schließt dabei Vermarkten, Verkaufen und Bezahlen eines Produktes (Kapital, Waren und Dienstleistungen) im Internet ein.

Das engl. "commerce" geht zurück auf lat. "commercium" = dt. "Handel", "Verkehr". Dieses setzt sich zusammen aus lat. "com-" = dt. "zusammen", "mit", "völlig" und lat. "merx", "mercis" = dt. "Lohn", "Ware", "Sache", "Ding". Als Wurzel wird ide. "*merk-" = dt. "fassen", "ergreifen" postuliert.

Im Jahr 1998 begann man den Präfix "e-" für "electronic" zu nutzen, wie in "e-mail" oder "ecommerce" / "e-commerce".

"ECML" - "Electronic Commerce Modeling Language"; IETF RFC 2706 für digitale Geldbörsen und Online-Kaufleute
(E?)(L?) http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/electronic-commerce-E-Commerce.html

electronic commerce (E-Commerce)


(E?)(L?) http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/Electronic-Commerce-Code-Management-Association-ECCMA.html

Electronic Commerce Code Management Association (ECCMA)


(E?)(L?) http://euro.ecom.cmu.edu/resources/elibrary/eclgloss.shtml

Hyperdictionary of Electronic Commerce Law


(E?)(L?) http://www.franceterme.culture.gouv.fr/FranceTerme/recherche.html
Die französische Sprach-Kommission hat dem Anglizismus den Term frz. "commerce en ligne" entgegengesetzt.


Commission générale de terminologie et de néologie

Journal officiel du 12/05/2000

frz. "commerce en ligne"

Domaine : Économie et gestion d'entreprise

Définition : Technique d'achat et de vente à distance utilisant des procédés électroniques qui permettent la liaison directe et instantanée entre le vendeur et le client.

Voir aussi : commerce hors ligne, livraison de commande en ligne, magasin physique, repérage en magasin, retrait automobile, retrait en magasin

Équivalent étranger : e-commerce (en), electronic commerce (en)


(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?id=1278

"Clearing the Way for Electronic Commerce" (1991)

In 1990 the "National Science Foundation" ("NSF"), Arlington, Virginia, lifted restrictions on the commercial use of the NSFNET Backbone Network, clearing the way for "electronic commerce".

Filed under: "Computers & Society", "eCommerce" / "Mail Order" / "Consumer Analytics", "Internet & Networking", "Science"


(E?)(L?) http://www-03.ibm.com/ibm/history/ibm100/us/en/icons/

Featured: April 20, 2011

"e-business"

As booming dot-com start-ups brought "electronic commerce" to consumers, big companies looked on wondering what to do. In the late 1990s, IBM offered a helping hand by recognizing the trend and using its strengths in mainframes, transactions and networking to create a strategy called "e-business". This was a turning point for corporate America in the Internet Age, showing that big companies — not just Silicon Valley upstarts — had an important future in Web-based collaboration and business.

Explore this Icon of Progress


(E?)(L?) https://www.investopedia.com/terms/e/ecommerce.asp

Electronic Commerce - ecommerce

"Electronic commerce", or "e-commerce", (also written as "eCommerce") is a type of business model, or segment of a larger business model, that enables a firm or individual to conduct business over an electronic network, typically the internet. "Electronic commerce" operates in all four of the major market segments: "business to business", "business to consumer", "consumer to consumer", and "consumer to business". It can be thought of as a more advanced form of mail-order purchasing through a catalog. Almost any product or service can be offered via "ecommerce", from books and music to financial services and plane tickets.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.investorwords.com/1678/electronic_commerce.html

electronic commerce


(E?)(L?) https://www.marketing.ch/lexikon/electronic-commerce/

Der "Electronic Commerce" nutzt das Internet in den Bereichen «Shopping» (Handel "B2B" und "B2C"), «Marketing (Auktionen, Cross Selling, Marktforschung u.a.) und «Customer Relationship» (Beratung, Beschwerden, Kundenclubs, Kundenschulung, Notdienste u.a.).


(E?)(L?) https://www.owid.de/nav/gehezu/Electronic%20Commerce?module=neo

"Electronic Commerce": Neologismus der 90er Jahre
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(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/1998/1115.html#commerce

Crypto-Gram

November 15, 1998

by Bruce Schneier

"Electronic Commerce": The Future of Fraud

Fraud has been perpetrated against every commerce system man has ever invented, from gold coin to stock certificates to paper checks to credit cards. Electronic commerce systems will be no different; if that's where the money is, that's where the crime will be. The threats are exactly the same.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/TERM/E/electronic_commerce.html

"electronic commerce" ("ecommerce")

Often referred to as simply "ecommerce" (or "e-commerce") the phrase is used to describe business that is conducted over the Internet using any of the applications that rely on the Internet, such as e-mail, instant messaging, shopping carts, Web services, UDDI, FTP, and EDI, among others. "Electronic commerce" can be between two businesses transmitting funds, goods, services and/or data or between a business and a customer.


(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/Internet_and_Online_Services/Electronic_Commerce

"Electronic Commerce"

Often referred to as "ecommerce" (or "e-commerce"), the phrase describes business that is conducted over the Internet using any of the applications that rely on the Internet, including email, shopping carts, social media and Web services, among others.

From setting up your first online Web store to understanding industry regulations, our ecommerce dictionary offers a glossary of important definitions, terms and phrases you need to know.


(E?)(L?) https://www.webopedia.com/quick_ref/electronic-commerce-dictionary-small-business.html

The SMB Electronic Commerce Dictionary


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/e-commerce#computer

e-commerce - Computer Definition

The use of the Internet for business transactions.


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/electronic-commerce

"electronic commerce" - Investment & Finance Definition

Buying and selling on the Internet. E- commerce is subdivided into two areas: "B2B", short for "business to business", or businesses selling to other businesses on the Internet; and "B2C", which is "business-to-consumer" sales.


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Electronic Commerce
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Electronic Commerce" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr ?1990 auf.

(E?)(L?) http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


Erstellt: 2018-08

F

Folksonomy (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folksonomy
Das neugeschaffene Kunstwort aus "folk" = "Leute" und "taxonomy" = "Klassifizierung" soll auf den Organisationsberater "Thomas Vander Wahl" zurückgehen.


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"Folksonomy", a portmanteau word combining "folk" and "taxonomy", refers to the collaborative but unsophisticated way in which information is being categorized on the web. Instead of using a centralized form of classification, users are encouraged to assign freely chosen keywords (called tags) to pieces of information or data, a process known as tagging. Examples of web services that use tagging include those designed to allow users to publish and share photographs, personal libraries, bookmarks, social software generally, and most blog software, which permits authors to assign tags to each entry.
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H

hot potato routing (W3)

Dies ist auch ein "heikles Thema" (= "hot potato"):

(E3)(L1) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/h/hot_potato_routing.html

A form of routing in which the nodes of a network have no buffer to store packets in before they are moved on to their final predetermined destination.
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http (W3)

"http" steht für "HyperText Transfer Protocol".

HTTP | HTTP cookie | HTTP server | HTTP/1.0 | HTTPd | HTTPS

(E?)(L?) http://www.w3.org/


(E?)(L1) http://www.webopedia.com/
HTTP request header | HTTP response header | HTTPD | S-HTTP | XMLHTTP | XMLHttpRequest

Hypertext (W3)

Der Neologismus "Hypertext" wurde im Jahr 1965 von Ted Nelson in Vorarbeit zum WWW geprägt.

(E?)(L?) http://www.learnthenet.com/glossary/


(E?)(L1) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/H/hypertext.html
hypertext | Hypertext Markup Language | Hypertext Transfer Protocol | HyperText Transmission Protocol, Secure

I

IANA (W3)

"IANA" steht für "Internet Assigned Numbers Authority".

(E?)(L?) http://www.iana.org/
Zentrale staatliche Steuerungsorganisation für das Internet

(E?)(L?) http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers
Port-Numbers
The port numbers are divided into three ranges: the Well Known Ports, the Registered Ports, and the Dynamic and/or Private Ports.

(E?)(L?) http://www.iana.org/cctld/cctld.htm
Country Code
TLD-Codes
Country Code Top Level Domains Database - Index by TLD Code.
DNS - Nach nationalen Suffixen geordnete Liste zu länderspezifischen Organisationen für die Vergabe von Domainnamen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/I/IANA.html

IANA


Internetese (W3)

Das auf die oft unachtsame Schreibweise im Netz - vorwiegend wohl in E-Mails - anspielende "weblish" steht für Kleinschreibung, unregelmäßige Zeichensetzung, Schreibfehler (ich greif' mir an die Nase), grammatische Fehler, Abkürzungen wie "ROLF" und "LOL", Apostrophenkatastrophen und schloddrigen Umgangston.

Andere Neologismen dafür sind "netspeak", "webspeak" und "Internetese".

(E?)(L?) http://www.insiders-english.de/portal/portal_cms_template.php?artikelid=134


(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/words/Internetese.asp


INTERNIC (W3)

"INTERNIC" steht für "Internet Network Information Centre".

Abteilung des US-Departments of Commerce
Zentraler Internet-Informationsdienst der US-Regierung.

(E?)(L?) http://www.internic.net/


(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/I/InterNIC.html

InterNIC


IoT Internet of Things (W3)

Engl. "IoT" steht für "Internet of Things", dt. "Internet der Dinge", span. "Internet de las cosas", frz. "Internet des objets", ital. "Internet delle cose", ndl. "Internet der dingen".

Ein Hinweis von Nancy Friedman bei "www.visualthesaurus.com" besagt, dass die Bezeichnung "Internet of Things" bereits im Jahr 1999 von dem britischen Unternehmer Kevin Ashton geprägt wurde. Er war auf der Suche nach einer Bezeichnung für ein - sich bereits entwickelndes - Netzwerk von Computern, die mit eigenen Mitteln Informationen sammeln und die Welt verstehen.

Im Jahr 2003 wurde auf einer Konferenz in der Nähe des Lake Michigan bereits über ein "network to connect many of the millions of tags that are already in the world (and the billions more on their way)" gesprochen. Die 1.000 Teilnehmer aus der Welt des Einzelhandels, Technologie und Forschung strebten an, den bis dahin genutzten Barcode durch ein "universal system that can provide a unique number for every object in the world" zu ersetzen. Dabei wurde schon die Bezeichnung "Internet of Things" benutzt.

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(E?)(L?) http://www.computerwoche.de/a/2015-werden-die-weichen-gestellt,3090613?tap=5d649e9ec588cfe99b5d9688db905db4&r=76353854337118&lid=385338&pm_ln=41

2015 werden die Weichen gestellt

01.01.2015 | von Karin Quack (Ressortleiterin)

Das "Internet of Things", kurz: "IoT", ermöglicht ganz neue Geschäftsmodelle. Manche Unternehmen experimentieren schon damit. Andere fragen sich, wo sie eigentlich anfangen sollen. Für sie hat Gartner eine Checkliste entwickelt. Einer der entscheidenden Punkte: Finden Sie die richtige Architektur!
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Das Internet of Things, kurz: IoT, ermöglicht ganz neue Geschäftsmodelle. Manche Unternehmen experimentieren schon damit. Andere fragen sich, wo sie eigentlich anfangen sollen. Für sie hat Gartner eine Checkliste entwickelt. Einer der entscheidenden Punkte: Finden Sie die richtige Architektur!
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(E?)(L?) https://www.dictionary.com/e/2015-november-new-words/

"Internet of Things" ("IoT"): a network of everyday devices, appliances, and other objects equipped with computer chips and sensors that can collect and transmit data through the Internet.


(E?)(L?) https://www.golem.de/specials/internet-der-dinge/

Internet der Dinge

Der Schüssel meldet sich von selbst, wenn er verlegt wurde. Der Kühlschrank bestellt Lebensmittel, wenn er leer ist. Das Auto funkt zur Werkstatt, wenn es eine Reparatur benötigt: In Zukunft sollen die unterschiedlichsten Gegenstände mit Sensoren und Chips versehen, vernetzt sein, kommunizieren. Das kann Vorteile haben. Maschinen werden produktiver, Implantate warnen rechtzeitig vor gesundheitlichen Problemen, Autos informieren sich gegenseitig über Staus oder Unfälle. Es besteht aber auch die Gefahr, dass eine vernetzte Infrastruktur zur Überwachung ausgenutzt wird oder dass sie von außen angegriffen wird.


(E?)(L?) http://www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?era=1990

"The Internet of Things"

1999

In 1999 British technology pioneer Kevin Ashton, co-founder of the Auto-ID Labs at MIT [Offsite Link], invented the term "The Internet of Things" [Offsite Link] to describe a system where the Internet is connected to the physical world via ubiquitous sensors, including "RFID" ("Radio-frequency identification" [Offsite Link]).

"Ashton's original definition was: 'Today computers — and, therefore, the Internet — are almost wholly dependent on human beings for information. Nearly all of the roughly 50 petabytes (a petabyte is 1,024 terabytes) of data available on the Internet were first captured and created by human beings — by typing, pressing a record button, taking a digital picture or scanning a bar code. Conventional diagrams of the Internet ... leave out the most numerous and important routers of all - people. The problem is, people have limited time, attention and accuracy — all of which means they are not very good at capturing data about things in the real world. And that's a big deal. We're physical, and so is our environment ... You can't eat bits, burn them to stay warm or put them in your gas tank. Ideas and information are important, but things matter much more. Yet today's information technology is so dependent on data originated by people that our computers know more about ideas than things. If we had computers that knew everything there was to know about things — using data they gathered without any help from us — we would be able to track and count everything, and greatly reduce waste, loss and cost. We would know when things needed replacing, repairing or recalling, and whether they were fresh or past their best. The "Internet of Things" has the potential to change the world, just as the Internet did. Maybe even more so.' "

(Wikipedia article on Internet of Things, accessed 01-07-2013).

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Filed under: Computers & Society, Internet & Networking , Technology / Engineering


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(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2018/1115.html#cg5

[2018.10.22] Are the Police Using Smart-Home IoT Devices to Spy on People?


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2018/1115.html#cg24

New IoT Security Regulations


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2018/1015.html#cg10

Yet Another IoT Cybersecurity Document


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2018/0915.html#cg16

Using Hacked IoT Devices to Disrupt the Power Grid


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2018/0115.html#6

Daniel Miessler on My Writings about IoT Security


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2017/0215.html#1

Security and the Internet of Things


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2017/0215.html#4

Security and Privacy Guidelines for the Internet of Things


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2017/0615.html#13

Ransomware and the Internet of Things


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2017/1115.html#7

IoT Cybersecurity: What's Plan B?


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2017/0115.html#5

Law Enforcement Access to IoT Data


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2016/1115.html#4

Regulation of the Internet of Things


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2016/1015.html#1

Security Economics of the Internet of Things


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2016/0815.html#4

Real-World Security and the Internet of Things


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2016/0215.html#1

The Internet of Things Will Be the World's Biggest Robot


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2016/0115.html#1

The Internet of Things that Talk About You Behind Your Back


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2016/0115.html#3

DMCA and the Internet of Things


(E?)(L?) https://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram/archives/2013/0615.html#9

Surveillance and the Internet of Things


(E?)(L?) http://www.sprachlog.de/2015/01/17/kandidaten-fuer-den-anglizismus-2014-internet-of-things/#more-8705

Kandidaten für den Anglizismus 2014: "Internet of Things"

17. Januar 2015 - 09:00

Von Kristin Kopf

Wie jedes Jahr im Januar beteiligen wir uns an der Wahl zum Anglizismus des Jahres, indem wir die Kandidaten der Endrunde auf ihre Tauglichkeit zum Sieger abklopfen. Bereits abgehandelt haben wir "Social Freezing", "Phablet" und "Big Data", heute ist "Internet of Things" an der Reihe.

In meinem Freundeskreis kursiert seit Jahren ein irres Konzept: Mehmet, Maike und Amaru haben sich irgendwann überlegt, dass man zusammengehörige Socken per RFID wiedervereinigen könnte und dann gleich weiter, dass auch die Auswahl passender Kleidungsstücke darüber erfolgen könnte. Das ging so weit, dass ein Ampelsystem bei Wetter- oder Modeuntauglichkeit das Verlassen der Wohnung verhinderte (rot) oder hinterfragte (gelb, “Wollen Sie das wirklich tun?”).

Irgendwann fanden die drei heraus, dass das alles gar nicht so weit ab der Wirklichkeit war — und ich fand heraus, dass es zum Internet of Things gehört, unseren heutigen Kandidaten für den Anglizismus des Jahres 2014.

»Das "Internet der Dinge" bezeichnet die Verknüpfung eindeutig identifizierbarer physischer Objekte (things) mit einer virtuellen Repräsentation in einer Internet-ähnlichen Struktur. Es besteht nicht mehr nur aus menschlichen Teilnehmern, sondern auch aus Dingen.«

So steht es im Wikipediaeintrag "Internet der Dinge", eine Seite, die im Oktober 2006 angelegt wurde und auf die die englische Bezeichnung weiterleitet. Wir haben es also mit einem Netz zu tun, das Dinge im weitesten Sinn — Pakete, Waschmaschinen, Tiere, Socken, … — virtuell sichtbar und steuerbar macht, per RFID, aber auch mit anderen Systemen.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.theguardian.com/technology/internet-of-things

About 371 results for Internet of things


(E?)(L?) https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2003/oct/09/shopping.newmedia

The internet of things

Thu 9 Oct 2003 11.04 BST
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That is, until now. Last month, a controversial network to connect many of the millions of tags that are already in the world (and the billions more on their way) was launched at the McCormick Place conference centre on the banks of Lake Michigan. Roughly 1,000 delegates from across the worlds of retail, technology and academia gathered for the launch of the electronic product code (EPC) network. Their aim was to replace the global barcode with a universal system that can provide a unique number for every object in the world. Some have already started calling this network "the internet of things".
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The centre came up with the concept of the "internet of things". This poetic description can be expressed as the building of a global infrastructure for RFid tags. You could think of it as a wireless layer on top of the internet where millions of things from razor blades to euro banknotes to car tyres are constantly being tracked and accounted for. A network where, to use the rhetoric of the Auto ID Centre, it is possible for computers to identify "any object anywhere in the world instantly".
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Earlier this year, Tesco, Britain's biggest supermarket group, started moving the "internet of things" out on to the shelves of its supermarkets. Like rival Marks & Spencer, the firm has been steadily introducing RFid in its warehouses over the past year or so, but the tagging stopped with the backroom world of palettes and cases - individual items were not tagged. But sometime in the early summer, at its superstore in Newmarket Road, Cambridge, Tesco began the world's first trial of a so-called "smart shelf".
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June 28, 2016

On the Visual Thesaurus: “There’s Something About ‘Thing’”

My new column for the Visual Thesaurus, "There’s Something About ‘Thing’", takes a look at the astonishing versatility and utility of "thing", one of the oldest words in the English language. "Thing" dates back to at least the seventh century C.E., yet it’s as current as the oft-invoked "Internet of Things" - a 1999 coinage to describe devices (thermostats, refrigerators, even garbage cans) with their own means of gathering information and understanding the world.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.visualthesaurus.com/cm/candlepwr/theres-something-about-thing/

There's Something About "Thing"

June 27, 2016

By Nancy Friedman

When the British entrepreneur Kevin Ashton was searching, in 1999, for a term to describe a network of computers with their own means of gathering information and understanding the world, he didn't resort to a noun pileup like "Object Connectivity Matrix". He didn't coin a cute word like "Sensorius". Instead, he gave this dawning phenomenon a name that incorporates one of the oldest words in the English language. He called it the "Internet of Things".


(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/I/internet_of_things.html

"IoT" is short for "Internet of Things". The "Internet of Things" refers to the ever-growing network of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity, and the communication that occurs between these objects and other Internet-enabled devices and systems.
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(E?)(L?) https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_der_Dinge

"Internet der Dinge"

Das "Internet der Dinge" ("IdD") (auch: "Allesnetz"; englisch "Internet of Things", Kurzform: "IoT") ist ein Sammelbegriff für Technologien einer globalen Infrastruktur der Informationsgesellschaften, die es ermöglicht, physische und virtuelle Gegenstände miteinander zu vernetzen und sie durch Informations- und Kommunikationstechniken zusammenarbeiten zu lassen.

Mit Technologien des "Internets der Dinge" implementierte Funktionen erlauben die Interaktion zwischen Mensch und hierüber vernetzten beliebigen elektronischen Systemen sowie zwischen den Systemen an sich. Sie können darüber hinaus auch den Menschen bei seinen Tätigkeiten unterstützen. Die immer kleineren eingebetteten Computer sollen Menschen unterstützen, ohne abzulenken oder überhaupt aufzufallen. So werden z. B. miniaturisierte Computer, sogenannte Wearables, mit unterschiedlichen Sensoren direkt in Kleidungsstücke eingearbeitet.

In seinem Aufsatz von 1991 The Computer for the 21st Century sprach Mark Weiser unter dem Begriff "Ubiquitous Computing" zum ersten Mal von dieser Vision.

Das "Internet der Dinge" bezeichnet die Verknüpfung eindeutig identifizierbarer physischer Objekte (things) mit einer virtuellen Repräsentation in einer Internet-ähnlichen Struktur. Es besteht nicht mehr nur aus menschlichen Teilnehmern, sondern auch aus Dingen.

Der Begriff "Internet of Things" geht auf Kevin Ashton zurück, der ihn 1999 erstmals verwendete. Bekannt wurde das "Internet der Dinge" durch die Aktivitäten der "Auto-ID Labs".

Die automatische Identifikation mittels RFID wird oft als Grundlage für das Internet der Dinge angesehen. Allerdings kann eine eindeutige Identifikation von Objekten auch mittels Strichcode oder 2D-Code erfolgen. Bauteile wie Sensoren und Aktoren erweitern die Funktionalität um die Erfassung von Zuständen bzw. die Ausführung von Aktionen. Erweiterte Definitionen zum "Internet der Dinge" betonen die Zugehörigkeit zum zukünftigen Internet (auch engl.: "Future Internet") sowie die Abgrenzung von verwandten Forschungsthemen.
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(E?)(L?) https://www.wordspy.com/index.php?word=iot

"IoT", n. Shorthand reference to the collection of uniquely identifiable devices that are connected to the Internet and are capable of transmitting and receiving data over that connection.

Etymology: From the phrase "Internet of Things"
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Some Related Words: "blogject" "civionics" "crowdsensing" "datakinesis" "e-textile" "fog computing" "library of things" "nearable" "physible" "smart dust" "smartifact" "spime" "telematics"


(E?)(L?) http://www.worldwidewords.org/turnsofphrase/tp-int6.htm
(E?)(L?) http://www.worldwidewords.org/nl/sacp.htm#N4

4. Internet of things

It's curious how a term can sometimes slide into the language with little notice. Though I've traced it back a decade to the title of an article by Chana R Schoenberger in Forbes Magazine on 18 March 2002, "internet of things" only struck me as a fixed term worth commenting on after it turned up in my reading three times in the past month.

The second theme is personalisation, linked to what technologists call the "internet of things". This refers to the way in which increasing numbers of ordinarily mundane objects are becoming wi-fi enabled. Already, for instance, there exist lightbulbs whose colour can be controlled by smartphone.

[The Times, 2 Feb. 2013.]

The reference is to the way that equipment of many kinds is now fitted with embedded computing technology, not only the obvious items like telephones and video recorders but also your car, your washing machine and your refrigerator as well as your lightbulbs. It is no longer futuristic fiction to suggest that your refrigerator might be able to report you're low on bacon or eggs and order up fresh supplies. Or that a bathroom cabinet might monitor your pill consumption to remind you to take the next dose, organise refills and allow your doctor to supervise your case.

An associated idea is called "M2M", "machine-to-machine communication":

Often, it means fixing sensors on devices, such as an electricity meter that can relay information on power consumption to a utility. Or attaching sensors in electrical equipment at home which can help you remotely switch on the lights and even lock doors. Sometimes, M2M is also interchangeably used with the "Internet of Things" or the "Internet of Everything" - the next phase of the Internet where everything, including people and objects, will be connected to the web.

[Business Today, 20 Jan. 2013.]

The concept started with "RFID" ("radio-frequency identity") tags, now widely used to track items during delivery and in stock control, a passive system in which the tags respond to an external wireless command by returning their identity numbers.


(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/internet-of-things

"internet of things" - Computer Definition

Connecting the physical world to a computer or mobile device via the Internet, which includes It has been estimated that by 2020 there will be more than 50 Internet-connected objects in the average household and more than 30 billion devices communicating worldwide.

A Unique ID Is Required In order to avoid conflict as more and more things become Internet enabled, items need to have their own unique identification. GS1 EPCglobal manages the commercial side, while Auto-ID Labs is a group of seven research institutions that does the R&D. Auto-ID Labs is the successor to Auto-ID Center, which developed the Electronic Product Code (EPC) for RFID tags.

See "RFID", "EPC", "Internet of Thieves", "Internet of Everything", "LPWA", "IoT gateway", "IoT hub", "IPv6", "M2M" and "LTE for iOT".


Erstellt: 2015-01

ip-tracker.org
IP Tracker to Trace and Track IP Addresses

(E?)(L?) http://www.ip-tracker.org/

IP Tracker has been launced with the idea of creating simple IP tracking tool with great power and accuracy which will give you easy way to lookup, find, track and trace any IP address in the world.

"What is My IP" and "IP Lookup" are frequently looked terms on the internet. IP Tracker also known as IP Tracer will show you not only what is your IP address but will give you also information about IP location of your IP address and other related information's to your IP.

What Is Different Between IP Tracker And IP Lookup tool

IP Tracker and IP Lookup are similar IP tools. The only different is that IP tracker is designed to track more information about your own IP address and computer behind. Our IP lookup also known as IP Locator is designed to lookup IP addresses and domain names and get all IP info about any other IP address besides your own.


Erstellt: 2015-04

ISP (W3)

"ISP" steht für "Internet Service Provider".

(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/I/ISP.html

ISP - Internet service provider


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Javascript
Bookmarklet (W3)

"JavaScript" ist eine Programmiersprache mit der man zusätzliche Funktionen in ein HTML-Dokument einbauen kann oder Funktionen direkt im Browser als sogenanntes "Bookmarklet" realisieren kann.

Ursprünglich hieß das Produkt das von Netscape entwickelt wurde "LiveScript". Im Rahmen eines Marketingabkommens mit der Firma Sun wurde es in "JavaScript" umbenannt.

Der Begriff "Bookmarklet" kam in den Jahren 1997/1998 auf als man die ursprünglich vernachlässigte Möglichkeit den Browser für neue Funktionen aufzupeppen entdeckte.

(E?)(L?) http://www.bookmarklets.com/


(E3)(L1) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/B/bookmarklet.html
bookmarklet

(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/J/JavaScript.html

JavaScript


javvin
Protocol Dictionary

(E6)(L?) http://www.javvin.com/protocolsuite.html
Network Protocol Suite Directory and Index

Information on all network protocols, including a precise overview of the protocol, a detailed protocol format, related protocols and reference links.

Network communication is defined by network protocols. A network protocol is a formal set of rules, conventions and data structure that governs how computers exchange information over a network. In other words, network protocol is a standard procedure and format that two data communication devices must understand, accept and use to be able to talk to each other.
Network protocols are defined by many standard organizations worldwide and technology vendors over years of technology evolution and developments. In the following directory, we organize the network protocols according to their key functions, or their origin/sponsors - we call it protocol family and protocol suite. One of the most famous network protocol family is "TCP/IP" suite, which is the technical foundation of the Internet.



JPEG
JPG (W3)

"JPEG", "JPG", steht für "Joint Photographics Experts Group", "Joint Photographics Group" und bezeichnet ein im Internet weit verbreitetes Grafikformat. Viele Bilder auf Web-Seiten und fast alle Grafiken im Usenet sind im JPEG-Format formatiert. Das JPEG-Format (oder JPG-Format, wie es auch genannt wird) kann bis zu 16,7 Millionen Farben speichern, und sein komplizierter Kompressionsalgorithmus erlaubt es ihm, große Bilder bei guter Qualität in relativ kleinen Dateien zu speichern.

(E?)(L?) http://www.learnthenet.com/english/glossary/glossary.htm


(E?)(L1) http://www.webopedia.com/
JPEG | JPEG2000 | M-JPEG2000 | motion-JPEG

(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/DidYouKnow/_index.asp
JPG vs. GIF vs. PNG

(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/J/JPEG.html

JPEG - Joint Photographic Experts Group


(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/J/JPEG2000.html

JPEG2000


Erstellt: 2010-10

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learnthenet
Internet-Glossary

(E?)(L?) http://www.learnthenet.com/glossary/
(E?)(L?) https://websitebuilders.com/how-to/glossary/

Access Provider | Adobe Acrobat Reader | ActiveX | ADSL | Agent | Anchor | Applet | Archie | ARPANET | Attribute | Avatar | Backbone | Bandwidth | BBS | BFN | Binary File | Bit | Bitmapped Image | Bot | Bps | BTW | Byte | Cache | CD-ROM | CGI | Chat | Chat Room | Clickable Image | Client | Computer Virus | Cryptography | Cyberspace | Database | Dial-Up Account | Directory | Dithering | Domain Name | Dpi | Download | E-mail | E-mail Address | Encryption | Executable File | External Viewer | Extranet | FAQ | File Compression | File Permissions | Finger | Firewall | Flaming/Flame War | Floppy Disk | Forms | FTP | Gateway | GIF | Gopher | GUI | Hits | Home Page | Host | Hotlist | Host Name | HTML | Http | Icon | Image Map | IMHO | Inline Graphics/Video | Internet Service Provider | Internet Telephony | Intranet | IP Address | IRC | ISDN | Java | JavaScript | Jughead | LAN | Link | List Administrator | Listserv | Login Name | LOL | Lotus Notes | Lurker | Lynx | Mailing List | MIME | Mirror | Modem | MOV | MPG/MPEG | Multimedia | Navigation Tools | Netiquette | Netscape | Network | Newsgroup | Newsreader | Node | NSFNET | Object-Oriented Programming | Packet/Packet Switching | Parsing | Password | Pathname | PDF | PERL | Ping | Pixel | PKZIP/PKUNZIP | Plug-in | Pointer | POP | POP Server | Port | Posting | PPP | Protocol | Pull Technology | Push Technology | QuickTime | Query | RGB Mode | Robot | ROTFL | Router | Script | | Server | Shareware | Shockwave | Signature | SLIP | SMTP | | SSL | Streaming Media | String/Search String | Syntax Error | T1 Line | T3 Line | Tags | TCP/IP | Telnet | Thread | Topic Drift | UNIX | Uploading | URL | Usenet | User Name | UUCP | UUencode | Veronica | Viewer | Virtual Reality | VRML | WAIS | WAN | Web Page | Web Ring | Webmaster | Website | WinSock | WinZIP | ZIP


(E?)(L?) http://www.learnthenet.com/english/toolbar/sitemap.htm

Index of Articles

Master the Basics | Making Connections | About Modems | Monitor Settings | Birth of the Net | Net Anatomy | The Future | Find Information | Searching the Web | Advanced Web Searching | | Online Information: Fact or Fiction? | Searching Databases | Download Files | How To Do It | STEP BY STEP: Downloading Software | File Formats and Extensions | File Compression | Build a Website | Under Construction | Identifying Content | Understanding Copyrights | Getting Help | HTML Overview | Designing for Different Audiences | Working with Graphics | Design Tips | Advanced Web Tools | Finding a Home for Your Site | Publicizing Your Site | Maintenance and Updating | Getting Feedback | Measuring Traffic | Protect Yourself | Secure Transactions | Smart and Safe Shopping | Privacy | Top Ten Privacy Tips | Computer Viruses | Back Up Your Data | Security Tips | Passwords | Bidder Beware | | Surf the Web | | How the Web Works | Anatomy of a Webpage | Domain Names | Name Your Domain | Understanding Web Addresses | Choose Your Start Page | Bookmarks and Favorites | Decoding Error Messages | A Home (Page) of Your Own | Web Chat | Online Shopping | Online Learning | Top Ten Tips | Under the Hood of the WWW | Harness E-mail | How It Works | Anatomy of an E-Mail Message | STEP BY STEP: Sending an E-Mail Message | Understanding E-Mail Addresses | Finding E-Mail Addresses | Add a Signature to Your Messages | Attaching Files | STEP BY STEP: Sending E-Mail Attachments | Opening E-Mail Attachments | Managing Your E-Mail | Stop Spam | Mailing Lists | E-Mail Etiquette | Smileys | How Private is Your E-Mail? | Join Newsgroups | All About Newsgroups | Searching Newsgroups | Subscribing | Starting Your Own | Conference | Virtual Meetings | Talk Is Cheap | Instant Messaging | Do E-Business | Doing Business Online | Business Websites: Wise Investments? | HOTHOTHOT Web Sales Sizzle | A Foreign Affair | Inside the Intranet | Enjoy Multimedia | Plug-Ins | Web Radio


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mouse potato (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=21288&city=4
Lexicon VII

(E1)(L1) http://www.takeourword.com/TOW183/page5.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordcentral.com/byod/


(E1)(L?) http://www.wordspy.com/words/mousepotato.asp
Der engl. "mouse potato" ist der in der Internet-Generation aufwachsende Nachkomme des "couch potato". Statt vorm Fernseher sitzt er vor dem PC. (Wahrscheinlich muss ich mich zu dieser Kategorie zählen.)

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netcraft
Index of Netcraft Articles

(E?)(L?) http://news.netcraft.com/fullindex/




Erstellt: 2017-08

Netspeak (W3)

Die Bezeichnung "Netspeak", die mit den Kommunukationsformen im Internet aufkam, bezeichnet alle Besonderheiten in bei dieser Art der Kommunikation. Neben der bewußt anderen Wortwahl, besonderen Abkürzungen, der Verwendung von Emoticons schließt "Netspeak" allerdings auch Nachlässigkeiten in Rechtschreibung und Grammatik ein, die weniger dem technischen Medium als der Nachlässigkeit der Benutzer anzulasten sind.

Die - besonders im Deutschen auffallende - durchgängige Kleinschreibung oder das Weglassen von Satzzeichen dient zwar der schnelleren Kommunikation, aber ob diese damit besser wird, möchte ich bezweifeln. Die Verwendung von Substantiven als Verben (Beispiel: "googlen", "googeln") ist meines Erachtens keine allzu neue Erscheinung. So wurde aus dem Familiennamen "Röntgen" ja auch ohne das Internet das Verb "röntgen".

Als erste Erwähnung von "Netspeak" findet man "Like all arcane entities, the Internet has its own language, sometimes known as NetSpeak.", von Ian Bacon, "Out on the Internet," MacUser, April 1993. Mein Suche mit Google lieferte jedoch schon Ergebnisse aus dem Jahr 1989 - allerdings wohl als Bezeichnung für ein spezielles Programm oder Verfahren: "Described here is a local reimplementation of "NETtalk", called "NETspeak"."

(E?)(L?) http://jargonf.org/wiki/netspeak


(E?)(L?) http://www.voanews.com/learningenglish/home/a-23-2007-05-08-voa2-83134162.html

When Netspeak Enters Formal Writing, Teachers Are Anything but LOL - Jodi Schenck, an English teacher in Israel, gives her high schoolers a list of phrases from the Internet and says: "All of these things? No, you can't use them."


(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/words/Netspeak.asp


(E1)(L1) http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/graph?corpus=0&content=Netspeak
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Netspeak" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1950 / 1980 auf.

Erstellt: 2011-06

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prettyloaded
Pretty loaded

(E?)(L?) http://www.prettyloaded.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.pcgo.de/news/web-fundstueck-prettyloaded-com-1167293.html

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Die Homepage, deren URL-Name übersetzt übrigens sowohl "schön geladen" als auch "ziemlich besoffen" bedeuten kann, spielt eine Animation nach der nächsten ab, stets versehen mit einer Angabe, wer sie wann für welchen Kunden erstellte. Das Gesamtkunstwerk lässt sich als Bildschirmschoner herunterladen.
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Erstellt: 2011-08

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RoI
Return on Internet (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.managementcircle.de/v/v.cfm?Nr=5382&BR=Vertrieb%20%26%20Verkauf
Normalerweise steht die Abkürzung "RoI" für "Return on Investment". Nun muss man aber unterscheiden. Auch im Internet wollen Anbieter auf ihre Kosten kommen. Und so kann man den branchenunabhängigen Begriff einengen auf das Internet.

(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/R/ROI.html


RosettaNet

Auf dem "Stein von Rosette" konnte aus zwei bekannten Sprachesymbolen eine dritte erschlossen werden. Im "RosettaNet"-Projekt geht es um einheitliche oder zumindest kompatible (Meta-)Bezeichnungen im kommerziellen (Internet-)Umfeld.


"RosettaNet" is a self-funded, non-profit organization, "RosettaNet" is a consortium of major Computer and Consumer Electronics, Electronic Components, Semiconductor Manufacturing, Telecommunications and Logistics companies working to create and implement industry-wide, open e-business process standards. These standards form a "common e-business language", aligning processes between supply chain partners on a global basis. "RosettaNet" is a subsidiary of GS1 US, formerly the Uniform Code Council, Inc. (UCC).


(E?)(L1) http://www.rosettanet.org/

Named after the ancient "Rosetta stone", which helped decipher hieroglyphics. A non-profit organization that seeks to implement standards for supply-chain (manager-supplier) transactions on the Internet. Created in Winter 1998, the group includes companies like American Express, Microsoft, Netscape, and IBM, and is working to standardize labels for elements like product descriptions, part numbers, pricing data, and inventory status. The group hopes to implement many of its goals through XML, a mark-up language that lets programmers classify information with tags.


(E?)(L?) http://help.sap.com/saphelp_glossary/de/index.htm

RosettaNet (IS-HT-SW) | RosettaNet (SAP)


(E?)(L1) http://searchsoa.techtarget.com/definition/RosettaNet

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Its name refers to the "Rosetta Stone", a stone on which Egyptian hieroglyphics were also written in other languages, making it possible to decipher the hieroglyphics. "Rosetta stone" has the more general meaning of "something that provides a key to understanding." The organization's slogan is "lingua franca for eBusiness." (A "lingua franca" is a common second language, such as English for countries in the industrialized world whose first language is not English.)
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(E?)(L?) http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/R/RossettaNet.html

Named after the ancient "Rosetta stone", which helped decipher hieroglyphics. A non-profit organization that seeks to implement standards for supply-chain (manager-supplier) transactions on the Internet. Created in Winter 1998, the group includes companies like American Express, Microsoft, Netscape, and IBM, and is working to standardize labels for elements like product descriptions, part numbers, pricing data, and inventory status. The group hopes to implement many of its goals through XML, a mark-up language that lets programmers classify information with tags.


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Shareconomy (W3)

Engl. "Shareconomy" setzt sich zusammen aus engl. "Share" = dt. "Beteiligung", "Geschäftsanteil" und engl. "Economy" = dt. "Wirtschaft".

(E?)(L?) http://www.computerwissen.de/
Im Newsletter vom 11.03.2013 mit dem Titel "CeBIT 2013 Nachbetrachtung: Was bleibt vom Leitthema Shareconomy übrig?" ist folgendes zu erfahren:


Mit "Shareconomy" hatte die CeBIT sich 2013 ein arg erklärungsbedürftiges Leitthema gegeben. Doch nutzen statt besitzen ist Trend, auch ganz ohne CeBIT - zumindest im Netz.
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..., denn der Begriff "Shareconomy" soll die Veränderung des gesellschaftlichen Verständnisses vom Haben zum Teilen beschreiben.

Der Begriff "Shareconomy" wurde laut Wikipedia vom Ökonomen Martin Weitzman von der Harvard University geprägt. Die ökonomische Theorie dahinter besagt, dass sich der Wohlstand für alle Marktteilnehmer in der Gesamtsumme erhöht, je mehr unter allen Marktteilnehmern geteilt wird. Das bedeutet übertragen auf das Internet: Wenn Inhalte und Wissen nicht mehr ausschließlich durch den Empfänger konsumiert werden, sondern die Empfänger auch zu Verteilern und Multiplikatoren werden, erhöht sich der Nutzwert für alle Teilnehmer.

Zwar ist der Begriff Shareconomy recht neu, die Erkenntnisse dahinter sind es allerdings für aktive Internet-Nutzer keineswegs. Denn es gibt vielfältige und sehr bekannte Beispiele, die Shareconomy-Strukturen zeigen: Allen voran ist Wikipedia zu nennen, aber auch Software-Großprojekte wie Linux oder GIMP haben gezeigt, dass Modelle des freien Zugangs und Tauschens von Informationen nicht nur großartige Ergebnisse zeigen, sondern einen hohen Nutzwert haben, der allen zu Gute kommt. Ganz zu schweigen von unzähligen Blogs, Foren, kostenlosen Wissensangeboten und Magazinen, die Shareconomy bereits seit Jahren aktiv betreiben.

Der Aspekt des Erschaffens und Teilens soll aber gemäß der Shareconomy-Wirtschaftstheorie keineswegs auf das Internet und virtuelle Werte beschränkt bleiben. Ganz im Gegenteil: Shareconomy-Geschäftsmodelle wie Carsharing-Unternehmen funktionieren bereits.
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(E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Share_Economy

Der Begriff "Share Economy" wurde von Harvard-Ökonom Martin Weitzman geprägt und besagt im Kern, dass sich der Wohlstand für alle erhöht, umso mehr unter allen Marktteilnehmern geteilt wird. In der jüngeren Vergangenheit gewann der Begriff insbesondere in Hinblick auf das WWW eine weitere Bedeutung, als dass Inhalte und Wissen zunehmend nicht mehr nur konsumiert, sondern mit Hilfe von Web-2.0-Technologien weiterverbreitet werden.

Inhaltsverzeichnis Bedeutung nach Weitzman

In seiner ursprünglichen Definition bezieht sich Share Economy auf die Untersuchungen von Martin Weitzman zur Frage, ob innerhalb eines Unternehmens feste oder erfolgsbezogene Vergütungen zu einer höheren Wohlfahrt führen. In diesem Gebiet hat bereits 1976 der US-Ökonom Michael Jensen geforscht, besondere Berücksichtigung bei Weitzmann finden aber im Gegensatz zu Jensens Ansatz konjunkturelle Aspekte. Demzufolge sei eine Wirtschaft, in der erfolgsabhängige Vergütungen gezahlt werden, bei einem Konjunkturabschwung besser in der Lage, Arbeitslosigkeit zu verhindern, da sich die Arbeitskosten dynamisch der wirtschaftlichen Situation des Arbeitgebers anpassen. Es entstehe nicht die Schwierigkeit, dass bei fixen Personalkosten und sinkenden Umsätzen Personal abgebaut werden müsse, um den Umsatzrückgang auszugleichen. So verbessere sich auch die Allokation von Arbeitskräften, da Mitarbeiter bei sinkender Vergütung infolge sinkender Gewinne ihres Arbeitgebers aus Eigeninteresse das Unternehmen verlassen, wenn sie in einem Unternehmen mit höherem Gewinn und daher besserer Vergütung einen Arbeitsplatz erhalten können.
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(E1)(L1) http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/graph?corpus=0&content=Shareconomy
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Shareconomy" taucht in der Literatur nicht signifikant auf.

(E?)(L?) http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


Erstellt: 2013-03

Slashdot (W3)

Die Internetadresse "Slashdot" wurde aus parodistischen Gründen angelegt. Beim englischen (!) Aufsagen der Adresse gelangt man in zungenbrecherische Gefilde.

(E?)(L?) http://www.slashdot.org/
Der Treffpunkt für Nerds ist kein Blog, nutzt allerdings ebenfalls das Konzept chronologisch gelisteter Links auf News plus ergänzender Kommentaren wie die Blogs.


About This Site
In the beginning there was no Slashdot. Bored and confused geeks would scribble "First Post" in the sand. Grits were strictly for consumption and there wasn't a place to get nerd oriented news. Then in September of 97 Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda changed all that. With the help of Jeff "Hemos" Bates and others, Slashdot has stumbled forward with the simple mission to provide "News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters".

Today Slashdot is owned by OSTG, but it is still run by many of the same people as it was "Back in the Day". Today we serve millions of pages to hundreds of thousands of readers. But the goal is still the same.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram-back.html
15 May 2000 Microsoft vs. Slashdot, Cybercrime treaty, Trusted client software, ILOVEYOU

(E?)(L?) http://www.schneier.com/crypto-gram-0005.html


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slashdot

Slashdot is the parody of a URL. While registering the domain, Slashdot-creator Rob Malda wanted to make the URL silly, and unpronounceable. "http://slashdot.org/" gets pronounced as "... slash slash slash dot dot org".


Social Bookmark (W3)

Mit dem Begriff engl. "Social Bookmark" (dt. "Soziale Lesezeichen", "öffentliche Internet-Lesezeichen") wird ein Begriff engl. "Bookmark" = dt. "Lesezeichen", wörtlich dt. "Buchzeichen", "Buchmarkierung", aus der "materiellen Welt", in die virtuelle Welt übertragen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.onlinemarketing-praxis.de/glossar/social-bookmarks-social-bookmarking


(E?)(L?) http://www.suchmaschinen-doktor.de/glossar/40-social-bookmarks.html

Social Bookmarks sind Lesezeichen, die in einem Internet abgelegt werden.

Nutzer können eigene Lesezeichen hinzufügen, kommentieren, löschen und mit Schlagwörtern (Tags) versehen. Öffentliche Lesezeichen sind für alle einsehbar, private nur für den jeweiligen Nutzer.
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(E?)(L1) http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/social-bookmarking

social bookmarking


(E?)(L1) http://www.translationdirectory.com/article_index_1401_1500.htm

1470 How I Got 70,000 Useless Visitors To My Site In One Day! (One Internet Marketer's Analysis of Social Bookmark Traffic)


(E?)(L1) http://www.translationdirectory.com/article_index_1301_1400.htm

1332 Social Bookmarking Quiz


(E?)(L1) http://www.translationdirectory.com/article_index_901_1000.htm

998 Social Bookmarking for Traffic


(E?)(L?) http://www.webconfs.com/get-traffic-from-social-bookmarking-sites-article-22.php

How to get Traffic from Social Bookmarking sites
This article explains how to harness the power of social bookmarking in order to reach the front page off major social bookmarking sites like Digg, Netscape, StumbleUpon, Reddit etc. and drive a lot of traffic to your site.


(E2)(L1) http://wordspy.com/words/socialbookmarking.asp


(E1)(L1) http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/graph?corpus=0&content=Social Bookmark
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Social Bookmark" taucht in der Literatur nicht signifikant auf.

Erstellt: 2013-01

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TiSP (W3)

"TiSP" steht für "Toilet Internet Service Provider".

(E?)(L?) http://www.google.com/tisp/index.html
Achtung: Dieses Angebot von Google ist nicht ganz ernst gemeint.

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W3
W3C (W3)

"w3" steht für "www" = "World Widw Web".

"W3C" steht für "World Wide Web Consortium".

"www.w3.org" gehört zu den 10 von Google Pagerank am höchsten bewerteten Adressen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.w3.org/

The "World Wide Web Consortium" ("W3C") develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential. "W3C" is a forum for information, commerce, communication, and collective understanding. On this page, you'll find W3C news, links to W3C technologies and ways to get involved. New visitors can find help in Finding Your Way at W3C. We encourage organizations to learn more about W3C and about W3C Membership.

W3C A to Z
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war chalking (W3)

Engl. "war chalking" bezeichnet das Malen von Kreidesymbolen an Häuserwände oder auf Bürgersteige. Die Zeichen informieren Eingeweihte über ein in der Umgebung befindliches Funk-Netzwerk.

Das heutige "elektronische" "Warchalking" (2002) (die Markierung von an einem bestimmten Ort empfangbaren WLAN-Netzen) geht zurück auf die Zeit der Depression in den USA. Wandernde Arbeitssuchende und Landstreicher hinterließen Kreidemarkierungen um Nachfolgern Informationen über die "Versorgungsmöglichkeiten" zu geben.

Engl. "Warchalking" setzt sich zusammen aus engl. "war" = dt. "Krieg" und engl. "chalking" (engl. "chalk" = dt. "Kreide") = dt. "kalken", "mit Kreide zeichnen".

Der kriegerische Wortanteil geht auf einen Film "WarGames" zurück. In diesem Film prägt der Held Matthew Broderick den Begriff "wardialing" für eine Technik, die es erlaubt einen Computer zu benutzen, um eine Anzahl von Telefonnummern durchzuprobieren, um ein aktives Modem zu finden. Diese Bezeichnung "wardialing" war die Grundlage für eine große Anzahl weiterer "WarXing"s.

Ein Hinweis erklärt den Wortanteil "war" als Abkürzung für "Wireless Access Revolution".

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Engl. "war chalking" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 2000 auf.

Erstellt: 2011-06

Warchalking
war-chalking (W3)

"Warchalking" bezeichnet das Malen von Kreidesymbolen an Häuserwände oder auf Bürgersteige. Die Zeichen informieren Eingeweihte über ein in der Umgebung befindliches Funk-Netzwerk.

Das heutige "elektronische" "Warchalking" (2002) (die Markierung von an einem bestimmten Ort empfangbaren WLAN-Netzen) geht zurück auf die Zeit der Depression in den USA. Wandernde Arbeitssuchende und Landstreicher hinterließen Kreidemarkierungen um Nachfolgern Informationen über die "Versorgungsmöglichkeiten" zu geben.

Engl. "Warchalking" setzt sich zusammen aus engl. "war" = dt. "Krieg" und engl. "chalking" (engl. "chalk" = dt. "Kreide") = dt. "kalken", "mit Kreide zeichnen".

Der kriegerische Wortanteil geht auf einen Film "WarGames" zurück. In diesem Film prägt der Held Matthew Broderick den Begriff "wardialing" für eine Technik, die es erlaubt einen Computer zu benutzen, um eine Anzahl von Telefonnummern durchzuprobieren, um ein aktives Modem zu finden. Diese Bezeichnung "wardialing" war die Grundlage für eine große Anzahl weiterer "WarXing"s.

Ein Hinweis erklärt den Wortanteil "war" als Abkürzung für die (allerdings nachträgliche) Interpretation als "Wireless Access Revolution".

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[play on "war-driving"; the first syllable has since been reinterpreted as an acronym for "wireless access revolution"]
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Collaboratively creating a hobo-language for free wireless networking.

What is all this about? Well - it was born out of a good lunch, like lots of ideas; where we hit upon the idea of creating a hobo language for wireless access points.

Find a node, and leave a chalk symbol for others to find the node with a minimum of all that tiresome netstumbler business.


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Etymology

"Wardriving" originated from "wardialing", a technique popularized by a character played by Matthew Broderick in the film "WarGames", and named after that film. "Wardialing" in this context refers to the practice of using a computer to dial many phone numbers in the hopes of finding an active modem.

"Warbiking" is essentially the same as "wardriving", but it involves searching for wireless networks while on a moving bicycle or motorcycle. This activity is sometimes facilitated by the mounting of a Wi-Fi capable device on the vehicle itself.

"Warwalking" (sometimes "warjogging") is similar in nature to "wardriving", except that it is done on foot rather than conducted from a moving vehicle. The disadvantages of this approach consist in slower speed of travel (resulting in fewer and more infrequently discovered networks) and the absence of a convenient computing environment. Consequently, handheld devices such as Pocket PCs, which can perform such tasks while one is walking or standing, have predominated in this area. The inclusion of integrated Wi-Fi (rather than a CF or PCMCIA add-in card) in Dell Axim, Compaq iPAQ and Toshiba Pocket PCs beginning in 2002 - and, more recently, an active Nintendo DS and Sony PSP enthusiast community possessing Wi-Fi capabilities on these devices - has expanded the extent of this practice, as have the newer smartphones which also integrate GPS.

"Warrailing" (sometimes "Wartraining") is a simalar in nature to "wardriving", except that it is done on a train rather than conducted from amoving vechicle. The disadvantages of this approach consist in higher speed of travel (resulting in fewer and more infrequently discovered networks).

"Warkitting" is a combination of "wardriving" and "rootkitting". In a "warkitting" attack, a hacker replaces the firmware of an attacked router. This allows them to control all traffic for the victim, and could even permit them to disable SSL by replacing HTML content as it is being downloaded. "Warkitting" was identified by Tsow, Jakobsson, Yang, and Wetzel in 2006. Their discovery indicated that 10% of the wireless routers were susceptible to "WAPjacking" (malicious configuring of the firmware settings, but making no modification on the firmware itself) and 4.4% of wireless router were vulnerable to "WAPkitting" (subverting the router firmware). Their analysis showed that the volume of credential theft possible through "Warkitting" exceeded the estimates of credential theft due to phishing.


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"WarXing" (Pronounced "Work-sing"), "NetStumbling" or "WILDing" is the activity of detecting publicly accessible computer systems or (wireless) networks. The 'X' may be replaced by a more specific activity to give the following terms:


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Jones calls it "warchalking," a play on the hacker term "wardialing," which refers to a hacker practice of setting computers to continually dial phone numbers until they reach one that lets them break into a network via the modem.
?Nacny Gohring, "Chalk up a novel plan for Wi-Fi users," The Seattle Times, July 1, 2002


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The term and the code were created by Matt Jones in the UK, based on the symbols that tramps and hobos once chalked on walls and doors to pass on information to others about houses to avoid or where a meal was to be had.
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... "warchalking" has already given rise to the parody terms "chalkchalking", "pubchalking", and "blogchalking" ...
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Engl. "warchalking" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 2000 auf.

Erstellt: 2011-06

Web graffiti (W3)

Als "Web graffiti" wird eine Technik bezeichnet, mit der Besucher einer Webseite kurze Kommentare auf dieser hinterlassen können.

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weblish (W3)

Das auf die oft unachtsame Schreibweise im Netz - vorwiegend wohl in E-Mails - anspielende "weblish" steht für Kleinschreibung, unregelmäßige Zeichensetzung, Schreibfehler (ich greif' mir an die Nase), grammatische Fehler, Abkürzungen wie "ROLF" und "LOL", Apostrophenkatastrophen und schloddrigen Umgangston.

Andere Neologismen dafür sind "netspeak", "webspeak" und "Internetese".

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Black Friday
black hat SEO (search engine optimization)
black hole
BlackBerry PlayBook
BlackBerry Secure Work Space
BlackBerry
Blackbird
BlackHole Exploit Kit
blacklist
blank character
blank
blank-off plate
blast
blaudience
blawg
bleed
blended threat
bliki
blind drop
bloatware
BLOB
block down converter
block graphics
block
block-level storage
blockchain
Blog and Ping
blog storm
blog
blogger
blogola
blogosphere
blogroach
blogroll
Blogsite
blogsnob
BlogThis
blook
blooming
Blowfish
BLS
BLU Acceleration
Blu-ray
blue screen of death
blue screen
bluebugging
bluejacking
bluesnarfing
Bluetool
Bluetooth 4.0
Bluetooth tracker
Bluetooth
BlueTrack
BMP
BNC connector
board
BOC
BogoMips
bogon
bohrbug
boilerplate
boldface
BOM
bomb
Bonanzle
bonded T1
bone conduction headphones
bones
bookmark
Boolean expression
Boolean logic
Boolean operator
Boolean search
BOOM
Boot Configuration Data
boot loader
boot sector
boot sequence
boot to gecko
boot
bootable diskette
bootcfg
Booter services
bootkit
bootleg
BOOTP - Bootstrap Protocol
border
borderless printing
Borland International
bot
botnet
bottleneck
bounce rate
box
bozo filter
BPDU - bridge protocol data unit
BPEL
BPL repeater
BPL
BPM - business performance management
BPM
bps
bracketing
branch
brand advocate
brand
BRAS
bread crumbs
breadcrumb navigation
Break key
break-even point
break-out box
breakpoint
BREW
BRI
BRI
bricking
bridge
brightspot
broadband ISDN (B-ISDN)
broadband
broadcast address
broadcast colors
broadcast flag
broadcast quality
broadcast storm
broadcast
broken hyperlink
Brother International Corp
brouter
brownfield
browse
browser hijacker
browser modifier
BRS
brush tool
brute force
BS
BSDI
BSI
BSM
BSOD
BSP
BT-USB
BTS - base transceiver station
Btu
BTX
BTXML
bubble memory
bubble sort
bubble-jet printer
buddy list
buffer credits
buffer overflow
buffer underrun
buffer
bug
build to order
build
built-in function
Built-In Self-Test
bullet camera
bullet
bulletin board system
bump mapping
Bundle Protocol
bundled software
bunny suit
burn in
burn
burp
burst images
burst mode
burst
bus mastering
bus mouse
bus network
bus
Buses
business analysis manager
business analytics
business analytics
Business Computing
Business Intelligence software
Business Intelligence
Business Presentation
business process
business recovery team
business recovery timeline
business rule engine
business service management
Business Services Provider
business telephone service
business telephone system
business telephone
Business Tools
business VoIP
button
buzzword
BWI
BWTP
BXXP
Bring Your Own Apps - BYOA
BYOA - Bring Your Own Apps
BYOC - Bring Your Own Cloud
BYOC - Bring Your Own Computer
Bring Your Own Cloud - BYOC
BYOC - Bring Your Own Cloud
bring your own device - BYOD
BYOD - bring your own device
Bring Your Own Network - BYON
BYON - Bring Your Own Network
bypass airflow
byte code verifier
byte
bytecode
Bézier curves
C
C++ Software Engineer
C++
c-learning
C-RIMM
C60
cable head-end
cable modem
Cables
cache coherence
Cache Logical Partition
cache
cache
cache
Caches
CAD - computer-aided design
CAD/CAM
CADD
caddy
Cadillac CUE
CAE
CAIFI
Cakewalk Application Language
CAL
calculated column
calculator
calendar
calibrate
caliper
call agent
call center CRM software
call controller
call detail record
call divert
call signaling
call
calling card
CAM - channel access method or computer-aided manufacturing
camcorder
camera-ready
CAMP - Cloud Application Management for Platforms
cloud application management platforms camp
CAN
CAN-SPAM
candela
candy bar
Canon Inc
canonical
Canvio Connect
CAP
capacitance scanner
capacitive keyboard
capacitive touch
capacitor
capacity requirements planning crp
CapEx
CAPI
Caps Lock key
caps
CAPTCHA
caption
captive portal
capture card
capture
carbon footprint
Carbon Free Computing
Carbon Nanotube Technology
carbon neutral
card skimming
card
CardBus
caret
careware
Carnivore
CARP
carpal tunnel syndrome
carputer
carriage return
carriage
Carrier Ethernet
carrier
carrier's carrier
cartooney
cartridge refill kit
cartridge
CAS
cascading windows
cascading
CASE - Computer Aided Software Engineering
case-sensitive
Castanet
casters-up mode
Cat 5e
Cat 7
Cat-5
Cat-5e
Cat-6
Cat-7
catch-all
catchlight
CAV
CAYOR
CBEFF
CBR
CBT
CCD
CCE
CCITT - Comité Consultatif International Téléphonique et Télégraphique
CCK
CCNA
ccTLD
CCXML
CD+G
CD-I (Compact Disc-Interactive)
CD-Plus
CD-R drive
CD-ROM player
CD-ROM
CD-ROM/XA
CD-ROMs
CD-RW disk
CD-RW
CDA
CDDI
cdev
CDF
CDFS
CDI
CDMA - Code-Division Multiple Access
CDMA2000
CDN - Content Delivery Network
Content Delivery Network - CDN
CDP
CDPD
CDR
cdrdao
CE
CE - consumer electronics
consumer electronics - CE
CE-ATA
CECO
CEE
cel animation
Celeron
Cell on Wheels
cell relay
cell
cellphone novel
cellphone plate
cellphone virus
cellphone
Cells in Frames
cellular
CELP
censorware
center channel
central tunneling
centralized network
centrex
Centronics interface
CER
CERN
CERT/CC
certificate bandit
certification authority
certification
Certified eBay Solutions Provider
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
Certified Wireless USB
CFM - cubic feet per minute
cubic feet per minute - CFM
CFML
CG
CGA
CGI form
CGI - Common Gateway Interface
CGM
CGMS
CGO
chad
chain e-mail
challenge response
challenge-response
change management - ECM
change-management-ecm
channel bank
channel bonding
channel captain
channel partner
channel strategy
channel
CHAP
Chapel - programming language
chapel
chapter
character animation
character based
character generator
character generator
character mode
character set
character string
character treatment
character
charge back
Charms
Chart Wizard
chassis intrusion connector
chassis
chat abbreviation
chat bot
chat lingo
chat room
chat slang
Chat
chat
check box
check digit
Check Point Software Technologies
checksum
cherry picker
chicken boner
chicklet
chiclet keyboard
chief river
child domain
chiller
chip creep
chip jewelry
chip multithreading
chip
chips and salsa
chipset
chkdsk
CHMOD
choke packet
choose
Chooser
chroma bug
chroma key
chroma noise
chromatic aberration
Chrome OS
Chrome
Chromebook
chromeless
Chromium OS
Chromium
CHRP
cHTML
chunk
churn
CICS
CIDR - Classless Inter-Domain Routing
CIE color model
CIFS
CIM
cinammon
Cineform
Cinema Craft Encoder
Cinepak
Cinnamon
CIO
CIPA
cipher text
CIR
circuit switching
CIS
CISC
Cisco Consumer Channel Network
Cisco Discovery Protocol
Cisco EnergyWise
Cisco Eos
Cisco Network Admission Control
Cisco Systems
CISSP - Certified Information Systems Security Professional
citadel malware
citizen developer
citizen journalism
Citrix server
clamping area
clamping voltage
clamshell
clan
Class C network
class library
Class Speed Rating
class
classroom amplification technology
clay animation
CLDC
clean boot
clean computing
clean install
clean room
clear GIF
clear
Clearing House Interbank Payments Company
ClearType
CLEC
clewbie
CLI - command line interface or Common Language Infrastructure
click fraud
click wrap
click
click-and-mortar
click-through rate
click-through
clickbait
clickbait
clickjack attack
clickstream
client access license
Client Application Services
Client Server Computing
client side
client support manager
client
client-server architecture
client-side
Client/Server Computing
clip art
clip
clipboard
Clipper chip
cloaking
clock gating
clock speed
clock tick
clock tripling
Clone Stamp tool
clone
Close to Metal
close
closed loop reporting
cloud app policy
cloud app policy
cloud app policy
cloud app
cloud backup service provider
cloud backup solutions
cloud backup
cloud computer backup
cloud computing accounting software
cloud computing reseller
cloud computing - the cloud
the cloud - cloud computing
cloud CRM - Customer Relationship Management cloud
Customer Relationship Management cloud - cloud CRM
cloud database
cloud enablement
cloud host
cloud hosting
cloud management
cloud migration
cloud OS
cloud portability
cloud provider
cloud provisioning
cloud server hosting
cloud services
cloud storage
cloud testing
cloud
cloud-backup-solutions
cloud-based
CloudBook
CloudBurst (IBM CloudBurst)
CloudStack
cloudware
CLR
CLSID
cluster virus
cluster
clustering
CLV
CMC
CMIP
CMMS
CMOS
CMS
CMTS
CMYK - Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Black
CNA
CNAME - canonical name
CNP
CNR
CO
co-branding
co-located server
co-location server
co-location
co-marketing
co-registration
co-twitterer
COAST
coaster
coaxial cable
COBOL - common business oriented language
cobot
cobweb Site
COCOMO - Constructive Cost Model
CODASYL
Codd's Rules
Codd's Rules
code fork
code signing
code
code
codec
codename
CodePlex
COE
coff
Cognitive Radio (CR)
Cognos
Coinbit
CoIP
cold boot
cold site
cold standby
COLD
ColdFusion
collaborative editing
collaborative filtering
collaborative learning
collapse
collapsed backbone
collate
collateral hacking
collision avoidance
collision detection
collision detection
collision domain
collision
collocation
colo
colocated server
colophon
color adjustment
color balance
color depth
color management system (CMS)
color matching
color monitor
color printer
Color Printers
color saturation
color separation
color temperature
color wheel
Color
column address strobe
column graph
column header
column
COM file
COM
COM
combo drive
comma delimited
comma-delimited
command buffer
command driven
Command key
command language
command line
command processor
command queuing and reordering
command
command-line scanner
COMMAND.COM
comment spam
comment
commercial software
commit charge
commodity cluster computing
commodity hardware
Common Intermediate Format
Common Language Infrastructure
Common UNIX Printing System
Communication Streaming Architecture
communications protocol
Communications Software
communications software
Communications Standards
Communications
communications
Comodo Firewall
compact disc
CompactFlash
companding
companion virus
Compaq
comparison shopping engine
comparison
compatible cartridge
compatible
competitive price intelligence
compile
compiler
Compiling Binding Linking
Compiling, Binding and Linking
compliance
Component Object Model
component software
component video
component
compooter
composite applications
composite video
compositing
compound document
Comprehensive Perl Archive Network
compressed sensing
CompTia Security+
CompTIA
compulsory license
CompuServe Information Service
computational linguistics
Computational Thinking
Computational Thinking
compute
compute
computer animation
computer business
computer cabinet
computer engineering
Computer Entertainment
computer imaging
Computer Industry Companies
computer keyboard
Computer Law
computer literacy
Computer Network Technician
computer ontology
computer rack
computer repair
computer science
computer stoned
computer support
computer system cooling
computer system
computer systems administrator
computer training
computer virus (virus)
computer
computer-aided manufacturing
computer-network-technician
computer-to-plate (CTP)
computeracy
comsat
concatenate
concatenated SMS
concatenation
concentrator
ConciseXML
concurrent use
Concurrent Version System
conditional access
conditional
conference phone
conference
Conficker
CONFIG.SYS
configuration file
configuration item
configuration management
configuration management database
configuration
configurator
configure
Configuring Adapters
congestion notification
congestion
connect time
connected tv
connectile dysfunction
connection pool
connection-oriented service
connectionless service
connectionless
connectivity
connector
Connectors
Connectors, Plugs and Sockets
console game
console
console
consolidation
consolidation
constant
constrictor
Consumer Electronics
consumer optical fiber
consumerization of IT
contact image sensor
contact manager
container format
container
containerization
containerization
content addressed storage
content management system
content package
Content Page
Content Vectoring Protocol
contention
ContentPlaceHolder control
context sensitive
contextual advertising
contextual menu
contiguous
continuous data protection
continuous tone
continuous-form paper
contone printer
contrast ratio
control bus
control character
Control key combination
Control key
control panel
control program
control
controller area network
controller
conventional memory
converged application platform
Convergence
convergence
conversion marketing
conversion rate
convert
cookie - Web cookies
Web cookies - cookie
cookie
cool colors
CoolTalk
cooperative multitasking
coopetition
COPP
coprocessor
copy protection
copy
copyleft
copyright
COR
CORBA
core logic
core memory
CoreOS Rocket
CoreOS Rocket
coring
corporate software piracy
corrupted
Cortana - Microsoft virtual assistant
cost per thousand
COTS
counterfeit software
countermeasure
coupling
coupon code (promo code)
Courier font
courseware
coverage area
CP/M
CPAN
CPC
CPE
cpi
cps
CPU cooler
CPU socket
CPU time
Central Processing Unit - CPU
CPU - Central Processing Unit
CPU-Z
crack
cradle
crash
CrashOverride / Industroyer Malware
CRC
credential
Credit Card Interchange
creeping featurism
crippled version
crippleware
crisis blog
Critical Path Method
crm dashboard
CRM software - customer relationship management software
customer relationship management software - CRM software
CRM - Customer Relationship Management
Customer Relationship Management - CRM
cron
crop marks
crop
cross platform
cross-site request forgery
crossover cable
crosstalk
crowdsourcing
CRT
CRUD
cryptanalysis
cryptocurrency mining
cryptocurrency
Cryptographic Service Provider
Cryptography API: Next Generation
cryptography
cryptomining malware
CSCW
CSMA/CA
CSP
css customer self service
CSS
CSTN
CSU/DSU
CSV
CSV
CTI
CTR
CU
CU-SeeMe
CUA
Cuckoo Egg
CUE
cumulative incremental backup
CUPS
current
cursor control keys
cursor position
cursor
custom attribute
CRM analytics - customer analytics
customer analytics - CRM analytics
customer experience
customer removable units
customer service center
customer support
cut
CVD
CVE
CVS
cXML
cyber crime
cyber forensics
Cyber Monday
cyber
cyberbullying
cyberculture
cyberjockey
cyberlibel
cyberloafing
cybermediary
cybernetics
cyberpunk
cybersecurity
cybersquatting
cycle time
cylinder zero
cylinder
Cyrix
cytizenship
C#
D channel
D-channel
D-ILA
D-Link
D-VHS
D/L
D1
D2D
D2D2T
D2T
DAA
DAC - Discretionary Access Control
Discretionary Access Control - DAC
DACS
daemon
daemon
DAFS - Direct Access File System
daisy chain
daisy-wheel printer
DAL
Dalvik
DAM
DAMA
damage over time
DAML
DAML+OIL
DAN
DAO
dark archive
dark fiber
darknet
DARP
DARPA Agent Markup Language
Darrloz (Linux.Darrloz)
Dart programming language
DAS - Direct Attached Storage
Direct Attached Storage - DAS
DASD
DashPC
DAT
data at rest protection
data at rest
data breach
data buffer
data center consolidation - IT consolidation
data center container - PODs
data center economizer
DCIM - data center infrastructure management
data center management
data center tiers
data center
data cleansing
Data Compression
data compression
data custodian
data deduplication
data dictionary
data entry
data flow model
data flow modeling
Data Formats
data glove
data independence
Data Infrastructure Hygiene
data integrity
data logging
Data Management
data marshalling
data mart
data migration
data miner
data mining
data mirroring
data modeling
data modelling
data processing
data recovery
data scrubbing
Data Sending Trojan
data server
data services
data set
Data Sizes
Data Storage
Data Storage/Disk Drives
data structure
Data Structures
data synchronization
data transfer rate
Data Transfer Rates
data type
data vaulting
data virtualization
data warehouse
Data
data
data-center-consolidation-it-consolidation
database administrator - DBA
DBA - database administrator
database engine
database server
database shard (sharding)
database software
database
Databases
DataBurst Cache
Datagram Congestion Control Protocol
datagram
Datalog
DataPad
DataPortability
daughtercard
day forward
DB-25
DB2 - Database 2
DBA dashboard
DBA
dBASE
DBCS
database management system - DBMS
DBMS - database management system
DCC
DCCP
DCE
data center infrastructure management - DCIM
DCIM - data center infrastructure management
DCL
DCOM
DCT
DD
DD-WRT
DDC
DDE
DDL
DDMS
DDO
DDoS attack - Distributed Denial of Service
Distributed Denial of Service - DDoS attack
DDP
DDR - Dial-on-Demand Routing
DDR-SDRAM - Double Data Rate-Synchronous DRAM
DDR2-SDRAM
DDRAM
DDS
de facto standard
dead key
dead pixel
dead tree edition
deadlock
deathmatch
Debian Goodies
Debian
debug
debugger
DEC
DEC
decibel
decimal
decision support system - DSS
DSS - decision support system
declare
decode
decoder
decoupled
decrement
decryption
DeCSS
DECT
dedicated server
dedicated
deep dialing
deep link
deep pages
deep Web
defacement
default gateway
default
Defense In-Depth
deflection routing
Defrag
defragment
degauss
degrees of freedom
del.icio.us
Delete key
delete
delimiter
delisting
Dell Computer
Delphi
delta frame
delta point
demand paging
demarcation point
demultiplex
demux
DEN
dendrimer
density
DEP
DEP
deprecated
depth of field
derivative work right
derived class
derived works
DES
DES
descender
Deschutes
design win
desk accessory (DA)
desknote
desktop computer
Desktop Publishing
desktop publishing
desktop virtualization
desktop
Desktop-as-a-service (DaaS)
destination
Destructive Trojan
detachable screen laptop
deterministic system
Device Bay
device manager
Device Software Optimization
device
device-dependent
Devicescape
development and operations - DevOps
DevOps - development and operations
DFD
DHA
DHCP Server Settings
DHCP - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol - DHCP
Dhrystone
dial peer hunting
dial peer
dial-up access
Dial-Up Networking
dialer
dialog box
DIB
DICOM
dictionary attack
DID - direct inward dialing
die
die
dielectric
difference score
differential incremental backup
diffusing update algorithm
Digg This
Digg
DigiNotar
digital access and cross-connect system (DACS)
digital advertising
Digital AMPS
digital artifact
digital audio
digital camera
Digital Cameras
digital cash
digital certificate
Digital City
digital divide
digital duplicates
digital envelope
digital footprint
digital goods
digital home
digital home
digital ink
Digital Living Network Alliance
digital loop carrier
digital mapping
Digital Media Boost
digital monitor
Digital Negative
digital phone
digital photo effects
Digital Photography
digital photography
Digital Rights Management
digital signature
Digital Television
digital video surveillance system
digital video
digital wallet
digital watermark
digital zoom
digital
digital-to-analog converter
Digital8
digitize
digitizing tablet
DIIOP
dilberted
DIMM - dual in-line memory module
DIN connector
dingbat
diode
diopter
DIP switch
DIP
DIP
dipole antenna
DirecPC
DAFS - Direct Access File System
Direct digital marketing
direct fingerprint reader
direct memory execute
direct photo printing
Direct Web Remoting (DWR)
direct-connect modem
direct-view TV
Direct3D
DirectDraw
directory service
Directory Services
directory
DirectPlay
DirectX
dirty bit
dirty data
DISA
disaster recovery plan - DRP
disaster recovery - DR
Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS)
disc
Disco
DISCO
discrete
discretize
disintermediation
disk array
disk cache
disk compression
disk controller
disk drive
disk image
disk mirroring
disk optimizer
disk pack
disk scrubbing
disk striping
disk thrashing
disk
diskless workstation
display screen
Display Standards
display
Disruption Tolerant Networking - DTN
dissolve
distance learning
Distributed Computing
distributed computing
distributed database
distributed file system
distributed processing
Distribution Point
distribution system
distro
dithering
DiVA
DivX HD
Divx
DLA
DLC
DLCI
DLL
DLNA
data loss prevention - DLP
DLP - data loss prevention
DLS
DLSw
DLT
direct message - DM
DM - direct message
DMA - direct memory access
DMCA 1201
DMCA
DMI
DML
DMTF
DMZ - demilitarized zone
DNA computer
DNIS
DNS parking
DNS SEC
DNS - Domain Name System
Domain Name System - DNS
DNSBL
DNSChanger
DOA Report
DOA - dead on arrival
Docker Datacenter
Docker
docking station
DoCoMo
DOCSIS
document flip
document management
Document Type Declaration
document
Documentation
documentation
DOI
Dolby Digital EX
Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby Digital
Dolby Laboratories
Dolby Pro Logic IIx
Dolby Surround
Dolby TrueHD
DOM - Document Object Model
domain controller
domain hosting
Domain Join
domain migration
domain name administrative contact
domain name billing contact
domain name dispute
domain name naming authority
domain name registrant
domain name registrar
domain name renewal
domain name resolvers
Domain Name System
domain name
domain parking
domain registration
domain
dongle
Donut - Android Codename
dooce
doorway
dope
doppelblogger
Dorkbot
DoS attack - Denial of Service attack
DOS Protected Mode Interface (DPMI)
DOS
DOS - disk operating system
dot pitch
dot
dot-matrix printer
DOT4
DOTBAM
double click
double precision
double-density disk
double-post
double-sided disk
down converter
down
downconversion
downlink
download
downstream
doxing
DP
DPI - dots per inch
DPMI
DPMS
DR as a Service
disaster recovery as a service - DR-as-a-Service
disaster recovery as a service - DR-as-a-Service
disaster recovery as a service - DR-as-a-Service
DR-as-a-Service - disaster recovery as a service
DR-as-a-Service - disaster recovery as a service
DR-as-a-Service
draft mode
draft quality
drag
drag-and-drop
DragonBall processor
DragonFly BSD
DRAM - dynamic random access memory
dynamic random access memory - DRAM
draw program
drexting
dribbleware
Dridex malware
drill down
drill through
drive bay
driver
DRM
DRM-Free
DroidDream
drop cap
drop frame
drop the pin
drop-down menu
Dropbox
dropper
disaster recovery plan - DRP
disaster recovery plan - DRP
disaster recovery plan - DRP
DRP - disaster recovery plan
DRP - disaster recovery plan
DRP - disaster recovery plan
Drupal
DSDL
DSI
DSLAM - Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer
DSML
DSN
device software optimization - DSO
DSO - device software optimization
DSOM
DSP - digital signal processing
DSR
decision support system - DSS
DSS - decision support system
DSS
DSSL
DSSS - direct-sequence spread spectrum
DSSSL
DSTN
DSTP
DSVD
DTCP-IP
DTD
DTE - Data Terminal Equipment
DTMF
DTN - Disruption Tolerant Networking
DTN - Disruption Tolerant Networking
DTS Inc.
DTS
DTS-ES
DTV
dual boot
dual head card
dual layer
dual monitor
dual-core
dual-homed host
dual-mode device
dual-processor
dual-ring topology
dual-scan display
dub
dumb terminal
dummy
dump
duotone
duplexer
duplicate content - SEO
duplicate content - SEO
duplicate content
duty cycle
DV converter
DVB
DVB-H
DVB-HTML
DVB-Java
DVB-MHP
DVB-SH
DVD authoring
DVD file system
DVD navigation data
DVD Studio Pro
DVD Video file system
DVD VR
DVD
digital versatile disc - DVD
DVD - digital versatile disc
DVD+R
DVD+RW
DVD-Audio
DVD-D
DVD-MP3
DVD-R
DVD-RAM
DVD-ROM
DVD-RW
DVD-SVCD
DVD-TV combo
DVD-VCD
DVD-VHS combo
DVD-Video
DVD10
DVD18
DVD5
DVD9
DVI to VGA adapter
DVI - Digital Visual Interface
DVI-I
DVMRP
Dvorak keyboard
DVR
DWDM - Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing
dweet
DXF
dynamic acceleration
dynamic aspect-oriented programming
dynamic content
dynamic data structure
dynamic disk
dynamic DNS
dynamic Domain Name System
Dynamic Drive Overlay
dynamic function loading
dynamic HTML
dynamic NAT
dynamic packet switching
dynamic RAM
dynamic shared object
Dynamic Smart Cooling
dynamic URL
dynamic variable
dynamic
dynaset
e waste
e-book reader
e-cycle
e-discovery
e-government
e-learning
e-mail address
e-mail aliasing
e-mail appending
e-mail bomb
e-mail client
e-mail fax
e-mail footer
e-mail harvesting
e-mail marketing
e-mail prefix
e-mail services
e-mail signature
e-mail software
e-mail spoofing
e-mail
e-nag
e-waste
e-zine
E.164
E1
E911
EAI
EAP - Extensible Authentication Protocol
Ear and Mouth
early adopter
EAROM
earth station
easter egg
Easy Peasy
eBay Ad Format
eBay alternative
eBay block bidder list
eBay Buy It Now
eBay Client Alerts API
eBay Compatible Application
eBay Dutch auction
eBay feedback
eBay Final Value Fee
eBay Fixed Price
eBay Fixed Shipping Limits
eBay Gallery picture
eBay Insertion Fee
eBay Merchandising API
eBay Online Auction Format
eBay Partner Network
eBay Reserve Price Auction
eBay Shopping API
eBay
EBCDIC - Extended Binary-Coded Decimal Interchange Code
eBGP
EBPP
eBusiness
EBX
ebXML
EC - enterprise collaboration
enterprise collaboration - EC
ECC Constraint Length
ECC memory
ECCMA
ECCST
ECD
echo canceller
echo
Eclair - Android Codename
Eclipse
ECM
ECMA
ECML
eCos
ECP - enterprise collaboration platform
enterprise collaboration platform - ECP
ECS - Enterprise Collaboration Systems
Enterprise Collaboration Systems - ECS
EDA
EDC
EDD
EDFA
EDGAR
edge connector
edge enhancement
edge router
edge switch
EDGE
EDI
EDID
editor
EDM
EDO DRAM
edress
EDRM Metrics
EDRM XML
EDRM
EDS
EDSAC
EDTV
EEMS
EEPROM
EER - equal error rate
equal error rate - EER
effects animation
EFI
EFM
EFS
EFTPOS - Electronic Funds Transfer Point of Sale
EGA
ego surfing
EGP
egress traffic
EHCI
EIA
EIDE - Enhanced IDE
Eiffel
Eight-to-Fourteen Modulation
EII
EIPP
EIS
EISA
El Torito
electroluminescent display (ELD)
electromagnetic spectrum
electron-trapping optical memory
electronic book
electronic discovery
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Electronic Funds Transfer
electronic goods
electronic image stabilization
Electronic Industries Alliance
Electronic Mail
electronic paper
electronic publishing
electronic retouching
electronic scabbing
electronic shopping cart
Electronic Technology
electronic waste (e-waste)
electronic zoom
elementary stream
ELF emission
Elina
EM64T
eMac
email appending
email fax
email list segmentation
email marketing
email server
email services
email software
electronic mail - email
email - electronic mail
embedded command
embedded file
embedded object
embedded system
EMC
EMEA
EMI - electromagnetic interference
EMM - Enterprise Mobility Management
Enterprise Mobility Management - EMM
EMR - electronic medical record
electronic medical record - EMR
EMR - electronic medical record
EMR - electronic medical record
EMS
emulation
emulator
Enairo
encapsulation
encode
encoder
encoding
encryption algorithm
Encryption
End key
end user
end-user computing
endpoint identifiers
endpoint security
endpoint
Energy Star
engine
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
Enhanced Keyboard
Enhanced Message Service
ENIAC
ENIW
Enlightenment
enrollee
enrollment
Enter key
enterprise application
enterprise cloud backup
enterprise cloud backup
Enterprise Content Management
Enterprise Feedback Management
Enterprise JavaBeans
Enterprise Linux
enterprise messaging system
Enterprise Relationship Management
enterprise search
enterprise storage
enterprise VoIP
enterprise whuffie
enterprise
entity relationship diagram
entity-relationship diagram (model)
entity-relationship diagram
entity-relationship model (diagram)
entropy coding
Entune
ENUM
environment
EOF mark
EOL mark
EoPOF
EPEAT
EPG
EPLD
EPO
EPOC
EPP
EPROM
EPS - Enterprise Portal Software
Enterprise Portal Software - EPS
EPS - Enterprise Portal Software
EPS
EPUB
equal error rate
equalization
equipment footprint
erasable optical disk
ERCIM
ERD
ergonomic mouse
ergonomics
erlang
ERM
ERM
Enterprise Resource Planning module - ERP module
ERP module - Enterprise Resource Planning module
enterprise resource planning - ERP
ERP - enterprise resource planning
Error Correction
error correction
error detection
ESA
eSATA
ESB - Enterprise Service Bus
ESC
escape character
Escape key
escape sequence
ESCD
ESCON
ESD wrist strap
ESD
ESDI
ESI
enterprise storage management - ESM
ESM - enterprise storage management
ESN
ESP
ESRB
ESS
etckeeper
EtherLoop
Ethernet Audio/Video Bridging
Ethernet Networking Interface
Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethical SEO
Ethics
ETL - Extract, Transform, Load
ETNO
ETOM
ETRN
ETSI
eucalyptus
Eucalyptus
Eudora
EULA - End-User License Agreement
EV SSL
even header
even parity
event handler
event management
Event Queue
Event Router
event triggered e-mail
event
evil twin
EVO:RAIL
Evolution Data Only
Evolution Data Optimized
exabyte
Excel borders
exception
excerpt
excerpt
Exchange email
Excite
exclusive OR
EXE file
executable file
execute cycle
Execute Disable Bit
execute
execution environment (EE)
Executive Information System
Executive Support System
EXIF
expanded memory
expansion board
expansion bus
expansion slot
expert system
exploded view
exploit
export
exposure meter
exposure
ExpressCard
Expression Builders
expression
Expressions
extended ASCII
extended keyboard
extended memory
Extended Service Set
eXtensible Server Page
Extensible Threat Management - XTM
extension
external bus
external command
external data bus
external hard drive
external modem
extraction
extranet
Extreme Programming
extrinsic attenuation
extro
eye track
Eye-Fi
E_Port
F-Port
F-stop
F1, F2...F15
fab
fabless
fabric
face detection
face recognition
face-priority AF
Facebook account settings
Facebook App
Facebook Chat
Facebook Connect
Facebook Credits
Facebook Download Your Information tool
Facebook forced invite
Facebook Graph Search
Facebook Group
Facebook Home
Facebook Like
Facebook Mini-Feed
Facebook News Feed
Facebook Phone
Facebook Timeline
Facebook Video Calling
Facebook wall
Facebook
faceosphere
faceplate
FaceTime
facilities-based competition
fade out
fail soft
Fail Whale
failover
fair dealing
fair use
fairly fast packet filter
fake copy listings
false acceptance
false drop
false positive
false rejection
FAMP
Fantasound
FAQ - frequently asked questions
FAR
Fasgrolia
FAST TCP
FastIP
FastTrack
fat client
FAT - file allocation table
FAT12
FAT32
FATA
fatal error
fatal exception error
fault tolerance
favicon
favorite icon
fax by email
fax from email
fax machine
fax modem
fax over Internet Protocol
fax to email
fax
Faxing
FC SAN
FC-PGA
FCAPS
FCB - File Control Block
FCC
FCIP
FCL
FCoE - Fibre Channel over Ethernet
FCoE
FDDI - Fiber Distributed Data Interface
FDE hard drive
FDHD
fdisk
FDM
feathering
feature creep
feature
FEC
FECN
FED
Federal Internet Exchange
Federated Identity Manager
federated network identity
federation
Fedora
feed aggregator
feed validator
feed
FEMMA
femtocell
FEP
ferrite core
ferrofluid
fetch cycle
fetch
FFPF
FHSS - frequency-hopping spread spectrum
Fiber Optics
fiber optics
Fibre Channel over Ethernet - FCoE
Fibre Channel
FICON
field
FIF
file allocation table - FAT
file allocation table - FAT
file compression
File Control Block - FCB
File eXchange Protocol
file extension
file format
file handle
file infecting virus
file management system
File Management
File Replication service
File Scripting Object
File System Object
File Transfer
File Transfers
file
file-level storage
filename
fill handle
fill
fillrate
filter
FIMA
Final Cut Pro
Financial Information Exchange
financial malware
financial software
Finder
finger
fingerprint template
Fire OS
Fire OS
Fire Phone
Fire TV
Firebird
Firefox OS
Firefox
Firesheep
firewalking
firewall
Firm Order Commitment
firmware
first sale doctrine
firstplay
fishbowl virtual reality
Fitbit
FIX
fixed length
fixed pitch
fixed wireless
fixed-frequency monitor
FLAC
flag
Flame (malware)
flame bait
flame malware
flame war
flame
flash memory
flash RAM
flash storage
Flash
FlashPix
flat file system
flat file
Flat Panel Displays
flat technology monitor
flat-file database
flat-panel display
flatbed scanner
Flexbook
Flexible Service Processor
flick
flight mode
flip-flop
floating
floating-point number
flocculation
flog
floodgater
Flooding
floppy disk
floppy drive
FLOPS
floptical
flow control
flow
fluid aspect-oriented programming
flush
FLWOR
fly through
Flynns taxonomy
Fixed Mobile Convergence - FMC
FMC - Fixed Mobile Convergence
FMD-ROM
FOC
focal length
focal plane
focus ring
Fog Computing
FoIP
folder
follower
FOMC
Fear Of Missing Out - FOMO
FOMO - Fear Of Missing Out
FON
font cartridge
font family
font
foobar
footer
footprint
Force Touch
Force Touch
forced page break
Ford SYNC
foreground
Foreign Interface Harness
forest
fork
forklift upgrade
form factor
form feed
form
Format Painter
format
Formatting Standards
Formatting
forms processing
forms software
Formula Bar
formula
FORTRAN - formula translator
forum
forward chaining
forward explicit congestion notification
forward slash
forward
FOSS - Free or Open Source Software
Foundation Classes
Four Channel Discrete
FourCC
fourth generation language
FPGA
FPM RAM
fps / FPS
FPU
FQDN
fractal
fraction ridge
fractional T-1
FRAD
frag
fragmentation
FRAM
frame buffer
frame rate
Frame Relay
frame
frames
frameserve
Frankenpine
Fraud over Internet Protocol
FRCP
free cooling
free space optics
FreeBSD
Freecycle
FreeDOS
freemium
Freespace
FreeTDS
freeware
frequency cap
fresh content
Fresnel Zone
friction feed
fried
friendquest
friends
Friendster
Frogans
front end
front page optimization
front screen projection TV
frontside bus
Froyo
frozen
FRR
FRU
FSAA
fsck
FSK
FSMO
FSO
FSoT
FSP
FTA
FTP Server
FTP Trojan
file transfer protocol - FTP
file transfer protocol - FTP
FTP - file transfer protocol
FTP - file transfer protocol
FTP - file transfer protocol
FTS file
FTTC
FTTH - fiber-to-the-home
FUD
Fuduntu Linux
Fujitsu Limited
fulfillment
full backup
Full Packaged Product
full retail software
full-duplex
full-service provider
FullStream
fully virtual
function block adapter
function block
function keys
function
functional specification
future-proof
fuzzy logic
fuzzy search
FXO
FXP
FXS
G
G.711
G.721
G.722
G.723
G.723.1
G.726
G.727
G.728
G.729
G.7xx
G.lite
G.SHDSL
G1
GAE - Google App Engine
gain
Galaxy Gear
game cheat
game level
GameOver Zeus
GameOver Zeus
gameplay
gamer
Games Explorer
gamification
Gamimma
gaming monitor
Gaming
gaming
GAN
garbage collection
garbage in, garbage out
Garden by eBay
gas-plasma display
gasfastness
gateway antivirus
gateway
gawk
GBIC
Gbps
GDDR
GDI printer
GDI
geek
GEM
gender changer
generation loss
genetic programming
genlock
genre
Gentoo Linux
GEO
geo-dispersed cluster
geo-fence
Geocaching
Geographic Information Systems - GIS
geolocation
Geoport
geotagging
gesture recognition
getUserMedia API
GG
GGSN
GHOST Bug
ghost imaging
ghost site
GHz
Giant Global Graph
giant
Gibbs Effect
GID file
GIF - graphic interchange format
giga (G)
Gigabit Ethernet
Gigabit Wi-Fi
gigabit
gigabyte
gigaPOP
GigaPower
Gigle Networks
GINA
Gingerbread - Android Codename
GIS - Geographic Information Systems
GISci
GKTMP
glass house
glitch
global area network - GAN
Global Assembly Cache
Global File System
Globalization Management System
Globally Executable Multimedia
Globally Unique Identifier
glog
glossy paper
Gmail
GML
GMR head
GMR
GNOME 3
GNOME
GNU Privacy Guard
GNU
GnuPG
Gnutella
Gobi chipset
GOES
gold version
goodbye message
goodput
Google Analytics
Google App Engine - GAE
Google blips
Google Chrome browser
Google Chrome
Google Chromebook Pixel
google chromecast
Google Classroom
Google Custom Search Engine
Google Dance
Google Docs and Spreadsheets
Google Dorking
Google Drive
Google Fiber
Google Gears
Google Glass
Google Hangouts
Google Hangouts
Google Hummingbird
Google Keep
Google Nexus 10
Google Nexus 4
Google Nexus 7
Google Nexus
Google Now
Google Office
Google Panda
Google PayDay Loan
Google Penguin
Google Pigeon
Google Play
Google Profile
Google Project Butter
Google Project Zero
Google Search Appliance - GSA
Google Sitemaps
Google Trends
Google TV
Google URL shortener
Google Voice
Google Wallet
Google+ (Google Plus)
Googlewhack
GOP
gopher
Gorilla Glass 3
Gorilla Glass
goto fail
Governance Plan
GPF
GPG
GPL - General Public License
gppm
GPR
GPRS - General Packet Radio Service
GPS - Global Positioning System
GPT
GPU clock
GPU
grabber
Graffiti
Grandma's LAMP
granularity
Graph Search Optimization (GSO)
graphic interchange format - GIF
graphical user interface - GUI
graphics accelerator
graphics based
graphics character
graphics coprocessor
graphics display system
graphics file formats
graphics mode
graphics monitor
Graphics Software
Graphics Standards
Graphics
graphics
GRASP
gray market
gray scaling
graymail
Governance, Risk, and Compliance - GRC
GRC - Governance, Risk, and Compliance
greeking
Green Book
Green IT
green PC
greenfield
grep
greynet
greyware
grid computing
grid
GridGain Big Data
GridGain Big Data
gridgrain
griefer
grok
Group 3 protocol
Group 4 protocol
Groupware
groupware
GSM - Global System for Mobile Communications
GTbot
GTK+
guard band
guard time
guest wireless network
GUI n00b
graphical user interface - GUI
GUI - graphical user interface
GUI
GUID
GUIs
GUIX
gutter
GW-BASIC
G_Port
H.225
H.245
H.248
H.323
H.324
hack tool
hack
hacker
hacktivism
HACMP
hactivism
Hadoop Distributed File System - HDFS
Hadoop MapReduce
hadoop
haiku
Haiku
hairball
hairpin
HAL
Hal/S
half height
half life
half-duplex
halftone
ham radio
ham
hammering
Hamming code
hamster
HAN
hand held computer
Hand of Thief Trojan
hand-held computer
handheld scanner
Handhelds
handle
handoff
hands-free kit
handset
handshaking
handwriting recognition
hang
hanging indent
haptic interface
haptic
Haptics
hard boot
hard bounce
hard card
hard coded
hard copy
hard cut
hard disk drive
Hard Disk Drives
hard disk loading
hard disk type
hard disk
hard drive enclosure
hard error
hard return
hard
Hardware Companies
Hardware Companies
Hardware Compatibility List
Hardware
hardware
hardware
hardware
hardware
hardware
hardwired
harlem shake technology
Harlem Shake (in technology)
hash tag
hashing
Haswell
HAVi
haxie
Hayes-compatible
HBA - host bus adapter
HCI - human-computer Interaction
HD voice
HD-DVD
HDCP - high-bandwidth digital-content protection
HDD - hard disk drive
HDLC - High-level Data Link Control
HDMI - High-Definition Multimedia Interface
HDML
HDR
HDTV tuner
HDTV - High-Definition Television
HDTV-ready
HDV
head crash
head
header
headroom
heap sort
heap
Heartbleed Bug
heat sink
heat spreader
heisenbug
Hekaton
helical-scan cartridge
help desk
Help
Hercules graphics
heterogeneous network
heuristic programming
hexadecimal
HFC
Hi8
hibernate mode
hidden file
hidden keyword
hidden text
hierarchical
HiFD
High Availability
high definition photo
High Dynamic Range Imaging
High Dynamic Range
high level language
high memory area
high memory
High Performance Computing
High Speed Packet Access
high-density disk
high-gain antenna
high-level language
high-performance computing
highlight
himem.sys
HIPAA
HiperLAN
HIPPI
HIPS
hit and run post
hit
hit-and-run post
hive
HLF
HLLAPI
HMC
HMD
hoax
hold down timer
hold-up time
hole
holographic data storage
home computer
Home Entertainment
Home key
Home Location Register
home page
Home RF
Home Server
HomeGroup
HomePlug
HomeRF
homogeneous register architecture
Honeycomb - Android Codename
Honeycomb
HoneyMonkey
honeynet
honeypot
hoot and holler
hop off
hop
horizontal application
Horizontal Enterprise Portal
HortonWorks
host bus adapter
host bus
Host Channel Adapter
host
host-based modem
host-based printer
host-based
hosted PBX
hosted small business server
hosted VoIP
hosted
hosting server
Hosting Services Provider
hosting services
hot aisle/cold aisle
hot backup
hot fixing
hot key
hot link
hot plugging
hot spare
hot spot
hot standby
HotBot
hotfix
HotJava
hotlist
Hotmail - Outlook.com
Outlook.com - Hotmail
hotspot
HotSync
house ad
HP Moonshot
HP - Hewlett-Packard
HP-compatible printer
HPA
HPC
HPCC
HPFS
HPGL
HPNA
HQ-VCD
HRIS
HRMS
HSDPA - High Speed Downlink Packet Access
HSM
HSP
HSRP
HSSI
HSV
htaccess
HTML - HyperText Markup Language
HTML converter
HTML editor
HTML microdata
HTML
HTML
HTML5
HTPC
HTTP request header
HTTP response header
HTTP - HyperText Transfer Protocol
HyperText Transfer Protocol - HTTP
HTTPD - HTTP daemon
httperf
hub
HUD
Huffman compression
Human Resources Management System
humanware
HUSPA
HWID - Hardware Identification
hybrid cloud storage
hybrid cloud
hybrid database
hybrid encryption
hybrid hard disk drive
hybrid routing protocol
Hyper CD-ROM
hyper-converged infrastructure
Hyper-convergence
Hyper-Threading
Hyper-V
HyperCard
hyperdata browser
HyperDisco
hyperlink
Hypermedia
hypermedia
HyperOffice
Hyperscale
Hyperstitial
HyperTransport
hypervisor
hyphenation
Hz
I-beam pointer
I-frame
i-mode
i.LINK
I/O adapter
I/O throttling
I/O - input/output
I2C
I2O
IA
IaaS
IAC
IAHC
IAP - Internet Access Provider
IAX
iBGP
IBM Cast Iron
IBM Cloud
IBM ILOG
IBM PC
IBM PureData System for Hadoop
IBM - International Business Machines
iBooks Author
iBooks Textbooks
iBooks
iBookstore
IBSS
IC
ICA
ICANN - Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
ICAP - Internet Content Adaption Protocol
Ice Cream Sandwich - Android Codename
ICE
ICH
icloud
ICM
ICMP - Internet Control Message Protocol
ICMP
Internet Control Message Protocol - ICMP
icon
ICPP
ICQ
ICR
ICs
ICS
ICT - Information and Communications Technology
id10t error
IDE interface
IDE
iDEN
identification
identifier
identity
IDF - intermediate distribution frame
iDisk
IDL
IDN
IDNX
IDSL
iDVD
IEEE 1394
IEEE 802 standards
IEEE 829
IEEE
IEN
IETF
IFC
iFCP
IFITL
IFMS
IGES
IGMP
IGP - interior gateway protocol
IHS
iHTML
IHU
IHV
IIM
IIOP
IIS - Internet Information Server
iJack
iKP
ILEC
identity lifecycle management - ILM
ILM - identity lifecycle management
ILM - information lifecycle management
iLO - integrated Lights-out
IM worm
IM - instant message
IMA
iMac
image de-skew
image dimensions
image editor
image effects
image enhancement
image map
image processing
image spam
image
imagesetter
ImageWriter
IMAP - Internet Message Access Protocol
IMEI- International Mobile Equipment Identity
iMessage
IMG
Imgur
immerce
immersion
impact printer
implementation manager
implementation manager
import
impostor
impression
IMSI
IMT-2000 direct spread
in memory analytics
in-app billing
in-app purchase
in-camera red-eye fix
in-circuit emulator
in-memory analytics
in-memory database
in-point
in-row cooling
In-Vehicle Infotainment - IVI
in-vehicle-infotainment-ivi
inbound CRM
Inbound Filters
Inbound link
inbound-crm-
inbox placement rate
Incident Management Activities
inclusive OR operator
incorporated business
increment
incremental backup
indemnify
indent
Indeo
index
indexed color
Indigo
inductor
Industry Foundation Classes
InfiniBand
infinity
influencer
infomediary
Information and Content Exchange
information classification and management
information hiding
information hiding
information highway
information interoperability
information silo
information systems manager - IS manager
information systems security engineer
Information Technology Architect
information technology degree
Information Technology (IT) Architect
information technology IT architect
Information Technology (IT) Consultant
Information Technology (IT) Director
information technology it director
Information Technology (IT) Manager
information technology it manager
information technology (IT) supervisor
information technology it supervisor
information technology specialist
information technology (IT) trainer
Informix
Infoseek
Infotainment
infrared
infrastructure mode
infrastructure
Ingres
ingress traffic
inheritance
INI File
init
initial program load
initialize
ink-jet printer
inode
InPrivate Browsing
input device
Input Devices
input
input/output
Ins key
INS
Insert key
insert mode
insert
insertion point
insider attack
Instagram
install
instant messaging
instruction cycle
instruction register
instruction set
instruction
Instruction-Level Parallelism
Intarweb
integer
integrated circuit
integrated development environment
integrated digital media player
Integrated Facilities Management Systems
integrated HDTV
Integrated PAD Software
integrated peripheral
integrated
Intel Haswell
Intel microprocessors
Intel Skylake
Intel V8
Intel Virtualization Technology
Intel
intellectual property
Intellifont
intelligent agent
Intelligent Exposure
intelligent information management
Intelligent Platform Management Interface - IPMI
Intelligent Printer Data Stream
intelligent terminal
IntelliTXT
interactive
interblock gap
Intercast
interconnect
interface
Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
interlaced scan
interleave
interleaved memory
intermediate distribution frame
internal bus
internal cloud
internal command
internal data bus
internal modem
International Color Consortium
internationalization
Internationalized Domain Name
internesia
Internet address
Internet and Online Services
Internet Architecture Board
Internet desktop
Internet Explorer 10
Internet Explorer
Internet fax
Internet game
Internet Key Exchange
Internet marketing
Internet meme
Internet Phone
Internet protocol television
Internet radio appliance
Internet radio
Internet sharing
Internet Society
Internet software piracy
Internet Telephony
Internet telephony
Internet
Internet2
internetworking
interoperability
interpreter
interprocess communication - IPC
interrupt vector table
interrupt
interstitial
Intervision Network
intranet suite
intranet
intrinsic attenuation
intro
intrusion detection system
intrusion prevention system
intrusion signature
INU
invalid page fault
inventory software
Inverse Multiplexer
inverted network
invisible text
invisible Web
invocation
invoke
IOPS - I/O (Input/Output) operations per second
iOS 5
iOS 6
ios 7
iOS 8
iOS 9
iOS in the Car
IoS
IOTP
IP - Internet Protocol
Internet Protocol (IP) address - IP address
IP address - Internet Protocol (IP) address
IP blocking
IP faxing
IP Masquerade
IP Multicast
IP Multimedia Subsystem
IP PBX
IP phone
IP spoofing
IP spoofing
IP switching
IP telephone system
Internet Protocol - IP
Internet Protocol - IP
IP - Internet Protocol
IP - Internet Protocol
ipad 2
iPad 3
iPad 4
iPad Air 2
iPad Air
iPad app
iPad app
iPad HD
iPad Mini 2
iPad Mini 3
iPad Mini with Retina Display
ipad mini
iPad Pro
iPad
iPAQ
ipconfig
IPDS
iPhone 4S
iphone 5
iphone 5c
iphone 5s
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 6
iPhone App
iPhone Hacks
iPhone Killer
iPhone mobile security
iPhone SDK
iPhone
IPIX
IPL - initial program load
IPMASQ
IPng - IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6)
iPod Nano
ipod shuffle
ipod touch
iPod
IPP
inbox placement rate - IPR
IPR - inbox placement rate
IPS - intrustion prevention system or IP Storage
IPsec VPN
IPsec
IPX
IRAP
IRC - Internet Relay Chat
IrDA
IRG
iris recognition
iris
IRMA board
IRPStackSize
IRQ - interrupt request line
IRTF
Information Systems or Information Services - IS
IS - Information Systems or Information Services
IS manager - information systems manager
information systems manager - IS manager
IS manager - information systems manager
IS-95
IS-IS
ISA bus
ISA
iSAC
ISAM
ISAPI
iSCSI
ISDN
ISDN - integrated services digital network
ISMA
ISO 9000
ISO image
ISO Latin 1
ISO - International Organization for Standardization
isochronous
Internet service provider - ISP
ISP - Internet service provider
ISV
ISWC
Information Technology Architect - IT Architect
IT Architect - Information Technology Architect
it business liaison
IT Capability Maturity Framework
data center consolidation - IT consolidation
IT consolidation - data center consolidation
Information Technology Director - IT Director
IT Director - Information Technology Director
it network administrator
IT Network Engineer
IT outsourcing
IT Program Manager
IT project coordinator
IT project coordinator
Information Technology - IT
IT - Information Technology
IT-CMF
italic
Itanium
iteration
ITIL
iTouch
Its a feature
ITS
ITSP
ITU
iTunes Match
iTunes Radio
iTunes U
iTunes
IVI
IVR - interactive voice response
Ivy Bridge
iWarp
IXC
J#
J2EE - Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition
J2ME
jabber
jaggies
jailbreak apps
jailbreak
jammer
JAR
Java applet
Java IDL
Java Security Exploit
Java
JavaBeans
JavaSoft
JavaSpaces
JavaStation
Jaz Drive
JBOD - Just a Bunch Of Disks
JBOSS
JCL
JDBC - Java Database Connectivity
JDK
JEDEC
Jelly Bean - Android Codename
Jet
jewel case software
JFS
Jini
JIT
jitter buffer
jitter buster
jitter
JMB363
JMicron RAID Configuration
JMicron Technology Corporation
JMS
JNI
Job Control Language
job
Joe Job
joeffice
join
Joint Application Development
Joliet
Joomla open source CMS
Joule
journaled file system
Journalism 2.0
JoyAop
joystick
jQuery
JScript
JSON
JSP
Jughead
Juju
jukebox
jumbo frame
jumper
JumperFree configuration
jumpstation
justification
justify
Java Virtual Machine - JVM
Java Virtual Machine - JVM
JVM - Java Virtual Machine
JVoiceXML
JXTA
K
K56flex
K6
KB
Kbps
KDE
Kerberos
Kermit
kernel
kernel32.dll
kerning
Kevin Mitnick
key effect
key fob
key length
Key Lime Pie
key
keyboard wedge
keyboard
Keyboards
keyframe
keylogger
keyphrase movement
keyphrase position
keyphrase
keystroke
keyword density
keyword frequency
keyword prominence
keyword search
keyword stuffing
keyword
kHz
kill switch
Kill-Bit
killer app
kilobit
kilobyte
Kindle Fire HD
Kindle Fire HDX
Kindle Fire
Kindle Paperwhite
Kindle
Kinect
Kinesthetic Haptic Interfaces
kinesthetic
kiosk browser
kiosk
KitKat - Android Codename
KLOC
klog
kludge
Kneber
Knol
knowledge base
KolibriOS
Koobface
KPI
KQML
KSA
Ksplice
Ku band
Kubuntu
KVCD
KVM switch
KVM
L0phtCrack
L1 cache
L2 cache
L2TP
L3 cache
La Fonera
label
Labelflash
LACNIC
Lambda Expression
lamer
LAMP
LAN Adapter
LAN network administrator
LAN party
LAN telephony
LAN telephony
LAN - local-area network
local-area network - LAN
land
landing zone
landscape mode
landscape
LANE
language pack
language
LAPP
laptop computer
Large Merchant Services
large send offload
large-scale integration - LSI
Larrabee
laser printer
laser-marked keycap
Lasers
LaserWriter
Last Known Good configuration
last mile 2
last mile telecommunications technology
Lastdrive
LAT
LATA
latecomer
latency setting
latency
Latent semantic indexing
LaTeX
launch
Layer 2 MPLS
Layer Two Forwarding
layer
layered defense
layout
LBA
LCD monitor
LCD printer
LCD - liquid crystal display
LCoS
LCP
LCS
LD-CELP
LDAP - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
LDCM
Ldifde
leader
leading zero
leading
leaf
Leap Second Bug
learn mode
leased line
LED - light emitting diode
leech
left justify
legacy application
legacy device
legacy network
legacy
legend
lens
LEO
LEP
letter quality - LQ
letterbox
level design
Lexmark International Inc.
LGPL
libpurple
library
libreoffice
license generator
license key
license management
license registration
license
licensing collective
licensing strategy
licensing technology
light archive
light bar
light kit
light pen
Lightbox
lightfastness
lightning connector
lights out server room
LightScribe
lightweight browser
LILO
LIM memory
LIMDOW
LiMo
line art
line editor
line feed
line graph
line printer
line
line-in
line-out
Linear PCM
linerd
link building
link checker
link edit
link farming
link love
link popularity
link server
link
linkbait
Linked Data
linked list
linker
linkrot
Linksys
Lino
Linotronic
LINQ
Linus Torvalds
Linux boot
Linux Containers - LXC
Linux Deepin
linux download
Linux laptop
Linux Mint
Linux on Windows
Linux on Windows
Linux on Windows
Linux on Windows
Linux OS (Operating System)
Linux server
linux small business server
Linux SSD caching (dm-cache)
Linux USB
Linux USB
Linux virtualization
Linux virtualization
Linux
Linux/CDorked
Linux/Ebury
LinuxCon
Liquavista
Lisa mouse
LISP
list hygiene
list
listing
LISTSERV
listwashing
literal
Lithium-Ion battery
lithography
little-endian
Live Access Server
live support
livelock
liveware
LLDP Agent
LLDP
LLF
LMDS
LMHOSTS file
LNP
load balancer
load balancing
load file
load
load
loader
local area connections
local bus
local loop
Local Number Portability
local
local-area wireless network - LAWN
localhost
localization
LocalTalk
lock
lock-in
lockstep processor technique
log file
log on
log out
log
logic bomb
logic gate
Logical Domain
logical drive
Logical Link Control layer
logical topology
logical
LOL
Lollipop - Android Codename
LOM
Longhorn
Longitudinal recording
look-and-feel
loop
loopback address
loopback plug
loopback test
loopback
loose coupling
LOS
loss leader
lossless compression
lossy compression
lost cluster
Lotus 1-2-3
Lotus Domino
Lotus Notes
loupe
low memory
low-level language
lowercase
loyalty program
LPAR - logical partitioning
LPD
LPD/LPR - line printer daemon/line printer remote
LPR
LPT
LPX
LRC
LRDIMM - Load-Reduced Dual Inline Memory Module
LSI
LTHB
LTO Ultrium
LTO
Luhn formula
luminance keying
LUN
Lunascape Web browser
lurk
lux
LVDS
Linux Containers - LXC
Linux Containers - LXC
LXC - Linux Containers
LXC - Linux Containers
LZW
L_Port
M
M-JPEG2000
m-learning - mobile learning
mobile learning - m-learning
m0n0wall
M1V
M2M
M2V
M3U
MAC address - Media Access Control address
Mac App Store
MAC Layer - Media Access Control Layer
MAC OS X Leopard
Mac OS X Lion
Mac OS X Mavericks
mac os x mountain lion
Mac OS X Server
Mac OS X Snow Leopard
Mac OS X
Mac OS
Mac OS
MAC
mAC3dec
Macbuntu
MACDefender
machine address
machine binding
machine dependent
machine independent
machine language
machine learning
machine readable
Machinima
Macintosh computer
Macintosh
macro mode
macro virus
macro
macrobend
Macroblock
macrocell
macromolecule
Macrovision
MacVCD
MAE
Magellan
magnetic drum
magneto-optical (MO) drive
mAh
MAID - massive array of idle disks
massive array of idle disks - MAID
mail exchange record
mail merge
mail relay
Mailbox store
mailbox
mailing list server
mailing list
main distribution frame
main memory
MainConcept MPEG Encoder
mainframe
Majordomo
malicious active content
malicious code
malvertising
malicious software - malware
malware - malicious software
malware
MAM - Mobile Application Management
Mobile Application Management - MAM
Mambo
MAMP
man in the middle attack
man page
MAN - Metropolitan Area Network
man-in-the-middle attack
Managed Print Service
Managed Security Service
Managed Service Provider
management software
Manchester encoding
Mandatory Access Control
mandelbug
Mandriva
Mango
manual recalculation
manual submission
map
MAPI
MARA
margins
Mariposa
marketing automation
Marketplace Fairness Act
markup language
Markup Languages
marquee
martian address
mash-up
mashboard
mask pitch
mask
masquerade attack
mass storage
Master Data Management
master data
Master Page
master/slave
matching
matchmaker
MATE
material
mathematical expression
MathML
matrix
matrixed
matte paper
MAU - Media Access Unit
Maverick Meerkat
MAX function
MaxDB
maximize
MB
Mbone
Mbps - megabits per second
MBR
MCDST - Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician
MCGA
MCH
MCI
MCIF - IBM Measured Capability Improvement Framework
MCP - Microsoft Certified Professional
MCPC
MCS
MCSE
MCU
MD5
MDA
MDF - main distribution frame
MDI
MDIX
MDM - mobile device management
mobile device management - MDM
MDN
MDRAM
mean opinion score
Measurement
media gateway controller
media gateway
Media server control
media server
media
medical identity theft
medium dependent interface
Meebo
MeeGo
mega
megabit
megabyte
Megaco
megapixel
MegaTransfer
member server
membrane keyboard
memory address
memory bus
memory card
memory effect
memory keys
memory leak
memory resident virus
memory resident
memory
memory-resident virus
memristance
memristor
MEMS
menu bar
menu driven
menu
MenuetOS
MEO
Merced
merchant account
Merchant Service Provider
merchant services
Mercury LoadRunner
merge
mesh
message digest
Message Passing Interface - MPI
message passing
message transfer agent - MTA
messy URL
meta ad
meta data
meta refresh
meta
Metadata Catalog Service
metadata
metafile
Metal-as-a-Service - MAAS
metasearch
Metasploit
Metaswitch Networks
Metcalfe's Law
method
Metro Ethernet Forum
Metro Ethernet
Metro
MFC
MFD
MFLOP
MFM
MFP
MFT - Master File Table
MGC
MGCP
MHz
MIB - Management Information Base
Mice
mickey
MICR
Micro Channel Architecture
micro server
micro
micro-electromechanical systems
micro-FCBGA
micro-FCPGA
micro-justification
micro-server
microarchitecture
microbend
microblog
microbrowser
microcode
microcomputer
microcontroller
microdrive
Microfiber
microfilter
microfloppy disk
microformat
MicroGear Scroll Wheel
MicroHoo
microkernel
MICROMV
Micron Technology
microprocessor
Microprocessors
microsensor
microsite
Microsoft Access
Microsoft Band
microsoft certified professional
Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Security
Microsoft Management Console
Microsoft Mediaroom
Microsoft Net Passport
Microsoft Network Access Protection
Microsoft Office 2013
Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Office on iPad
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
Microsoft Office Sway
Microsoft Office
Microsoft OneNote
Microsoft Operations Manager
Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Safety Scanner
Microsoft Secure Boot
Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle - SDL
Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Software
Microsoft SharedView
Microsoft Small Business Server
Microsoft Smart Personal Object Technology Information
Microsoft Surface Pro Tablet
Microsoft Surface Pro Tablet
Microsoft Surface tablet
Microsoft Vine
Microsoft Volume Licensing
Microsoft Windows 8
Microsoft Windows XP operating system
Microsoft Windows
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Xbox 360
Microsoft Xbox One
Microsoft
microspacing
microsystems
middleware
MIDI
MIDL
MIDlet
MIDP
MIF
Mighty Mouse
millennials (millennial generation)
Millennium
millisecond
MIMD - multiple instruction, multiple data
MIME - Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
MIMO
MIN
Mini DV
Mini-ITX
mini-SATA - mSATA
minicomputer
MiniDVD
minifloppy
minimize
minimum stack page
minimum system requirements
MiniSD Card
MINIX
MinSP
MGSE - Mint GNOME Shell Extensions
Mint GNOME Shell Extensions - MGSE
minutiae
MIPS
Miracast
mIRC
mirror site
management information system - MIS
MIS - management information system
Miscellaneous Standards
MISD
mistweet
MIT license
MLC
mlook
MLP Lossless
MLP
MLPPP
MMC
MMDS
MMORPG
MMS - Multimedia Message Service
MMU
MMX
MNP
MO
mobile application
mobile botnet
mobile broadband
mobile cloud storage
mobile commerce
Mobile Computing
mobile developer
mobile device security
mobile instant messaging
Mobile IP
m-learning - mobile learning
mobile learning - m-learning
Mobile Location Protocol
mobile malware
mobile operating system
mobile phone forensics
mobile phone
Mobile Phones
mobile security apps
mobile security best practices
mobile security best practices
mobile security management
mobile security threats
mobile security
Mobile Station Application Execution Environment - MexE
Mobile Switching Center
mobile VoIP
moblog
mobo
MoCA
mod
modal window
Modbus protocol
Modbus TCP/IP
mode
Model-View-Controller
modeless window
modeling
modem
Modems
moderated newsgroup
moderation
moderator
modifier key
Modula-2
modular architecture
modular computer
modulate
modulation fallback
module
MOEMS
moiré
Molex
monetization
MongoDB
monitor footprint
monitor
monitoring software
Monitors
Monitter
Mono
monochromatic colors
monochrome
monomer
monophonic ringtone
monophonic sound
monospacing
Monster Cable Products Inc.
MOO
massive open online course - MOOC
MOOC - massive open online course
moonOS
Moore's Law
mopy
morphing
Morto
MOS
Mosaic
MOSFET
Mosquito
MOSS
mote
motherboard plate
motherboard
Motherboards
Motif
motion compensation and prediction
motion detection
motion estimation
motion vector
motion-JPEG
Motorola microprocessors
Mount Rainier
mount
Mountain Lion Server
mouse hover
mouse
mouseover
mousepad
mousetrap
mousetrapping
MOV
moved to Atlanta
movie mode
moving-bar menu
Mozilla Thunderbird
Mozilla
Mozy
MP
MP1
MP2
MP3 player
MP3 - MPEG Audio Layer 3
MP3 - MPEG Audio Layer 3
MP3
MPEG Audio Layer 3 - MP3
MPEG Audio Layer 3 - MP3
MPA
MPC
MPEG - Moving Picture Experts Group
MPEG-21
MPEG-4
MPICH2
MPLS - Multiprotocol Label Switching
MPOA
MPP
MPU
MPV
MRAM
MRW
MS FrontPage
ms
MSA/RSA
MSCDEX
MSCONFIG
MSCS
MSISDN - Mobile Station International Subscriber Directory Number
MSN Direct
MSN
MSO - multiple system operators
MSP
MSRP
MSS
MST
MT-RJ
MTA - message transfer agent
MTBF - mean time between failures
MTDL
MTS
MTTR
MTU - Maximum Transmission Unit
MU-MIMO
MUA
MUCK
MUD
multi-core technology
multi-port memories
multi-site cluster
multi-tenant
multi-user interface
multi-user
multiangle
multiband antenna
multicast address
multicast
multidimensional DBMS
MultiFinder
multifrequency monitor
multiheaded client
multihomed
multilingual videoconference
multimedia kit
Multimedia Message Service
Multimedia
multimedia
multimode fiber
multipartite virus
multiplayer
Multiple Document Interface
multiplex
Multiplexing
multiplexor
multiplier lock
multipoint control unit
multipoint videoconference
multiprocessing
MultiRead
multiscanning monitor
multisystem
multitasking
multithreading
Mumblehard malware
MUMPS
munging
municipal Wi-Fi
MUSH
must-carry
mutex
MVC
MVNE
MVNO
MVS
mWare
MX record
Mylar
MySpace
MySQL
n00b
nag screen
nagware
NAK
name scope
name server
name
Named Pipes
named user license
namespace
NAND
nanny cam
NanoBoard
nanocomputer
nanolithography
nanometer
nanosecond
nanotechnology
nanotube
NAP
Napster
NAPT
narrowcast
NAS - Network Attached Storage
Nassi-Schneiderman diagram
NAT - Network Address Translation
Network Address Translation - NAT
native code
Native Command Queuing
native
Natty Narwhal
natural language
Nautilus
Navigator
NAVSTAR
NC
NCP
NDAS - Network Direct Attached Storage
NDIS
NDMP
NDR
NDS
Near Field Communication
near letter quality
near-line storage
NEC
NED
neglexting
Neo-Luddite
Nero
nested trigger
nesting
Net PC
Net send
Net
NetBEUI
NetBIOS
netbook
NetBSD
Netbus
Netcat
Netcheque
NETGEAR
netiquette
netizen
NetMeeting
netroots
Netscape
netscuse
NetShow
NetWare Loadable Module
NetWare
network access server
network appliance
Network Attached Storage - NAS
network automation
network baselining
network camera
network computer
network engineer
network identity
Network Information Service
Network Load Balancing
network management
network map
network meltdown
network monitoring
network multipathing
Network Name
Network Neighborhood
network neutrality
Network Protocols
network security
network service provider
network software
network support engineer
Network Topologies
network transparency
Network Video Recorder
network virtualization - NV
network
Networking Companies
Networking Hardware
Networking Standards
networking
Networks
neural network
new media
new media
new media
newbie
news reader
news service provider
newsgroup
Newsgroups
newsletter
next hop
NEXT
Next-Generation Network
NEXTSTEP
Nexus One
NFC Forum
NFC
NFS
NFV - Network Functions Virtualization
next generation firewall - NGFW
NGFW - next generation firewall
NGI Initiative
Nginx
NGMA
NGN
nibble
NIC bonding
network interface card -
NIC - network interface card
NiCad battery pack
niche
Nickispy
Network Interface Cards - NICs
NICs - Network Interface Cards
NIDS
night mode
NiMH battery pack
Nimrod Routing Architecture
NIPS
NISO
NIST
Network Investigative Technique - NIT
NIT - Network Investigative Technique
nit
NLB
NLE
NLOS
NLP
NLX
NMOS
NNTP
NOC - network operations center
node
noise
nomadic wireless
nomophobia
non-homogeneous register architecture
non-impact printer
non-interlaced
non-linear editing
non-volatile memory
nondeterministic system
nonrepudiation
NOOK Tablet
NOOK
NOR operator
NOR
normalization
Nortel Networks Corporation
Northbridge
network operating system - NOS
NOS - network operating system
NoSQL Database
not invented here syndrome
NOT operator
notebook computer
Notebook Computers
Novell eDIRECTORY
Novell
NPC
NRZI - Non-Return-to-Zero Inverted
NS Basic
NSAPI
NSFnet
NSP
NTFS - NT File System
NTLDR - NT Loader
NTLM - Windows NT LAN Manager
NTP
NTSC - National Television System Committee
NTU
NTVDM
NUA
NuBus
Nuker
null character
null-modem cable
nullable
Num Lock key
NUMA
number cruncher
numeric keypad
NURBS
Nvidia Kepler
NVOD
Non-Volatile Random Access Memory - NVRAM
NVRAM - Non-Volatile Random Access Memory
NWLink
nym server
nym
Nymi
Nyquist's Law
N_Port
OA
OAuth
OBEX
obfuscated URL
OBI
object code
object oriented
object role modeling
object
Object-Based Storage Device
object-oriented graphics
obliq
obsolete element
obsolete
OC - Optical Carrier
octal
octet
Octopus card
OCX - OLE Control Extension
OData - Open Data Protocol
Open Data Protocol - OData
ODBC - Open DataBase Connectivity
ODC
odd header
odd parity
ODF
ODI
ODMA
ODMR
ODRL
ODS - operational data store
ODT
OEM cartridge
OEM unbundling
OEM - original equipment manufacturer
original equipment manufacturer - OEM
OFDM
off page optimization
off topic discussion
off-line
off-page optimization
off-topic discussion
Office 365 file sharing on SkyDrive
Office 365 Online Pictures
Office 365 Resume Reading
office 365
office automation
Office Web apps - Microsoft Office 365
offline storage table ost
offline storage
offline
offset printing
offset
OFX
Ogg Vorbis
OGM
ohm
Ohm??s Law
OIL
Okidata
OLAP - Online Analytical Processing
OLE DB
OLE for Process Control
OLE - Object Linking and Embedding
OLEC
OLED - organic light-emitting diode
OLTP
OMA DRM
OMG IDL
OMG
omnidirectional
omnifont recognition
OMR - optical mark recognition
on page optimization
on-access scanner
on-board modem
on-board
on-demand scanner
on-demand software delivery
on-line
on-page optimization
on-premises
On-Screen Keyboard
one-to-many
one-to-one
one-way hash function
OneDrive for Business
Oneiric Ocelot
Onion Routing
Online Advertising
online backup
online broker
online data storage
online editing
online phone
online service provider
online service
Online Services
online
Ontology Inference Layer
Ontology Web Language for Services
OOAK
Object Oriented Programming - OOP
Object Oriented Programming Definition - OOP
OOP - Object Oriented Programming Definition
OOP - Object Oriented Programming
ooVoo
OP - original poster
OPC specification
OPC
opcode
OPD
OPEN Act - Online Protection and Enforcement of Digital Trade Act
open architecture
open learning
open media
Open Network Environment - ONE
open profile
open rate
open relay
Open Settlement Protocol
open source CRM - open source customer relationship management
open source customer relationship management - open source CRM
Open Source Initiative
open source office
open source storage
open source storage
open source tools
Open Source - OSRC
open source - OSRC
open source
open source
Open Text
Open Transport
Open Virtualization Alliance
open
OpenBSD
OpenCable Project
OpenDaylight Project
OpenDoc
OpenDocument Format
OpenFlow
OpenGL
OpenHCI
OpenID
OpenMAMA
OpenNMS
OpenPortal
OpenShift
OpenSocial
OpenSolaris project
OpenSolaris
OpenSSH
OpenStack Folsom
OpenStack Grizzly
OpenStack Havana
OpenStack Icehouse
OpenStack Juno
OpenStack
openSUSE
OpenURL
OpenWRT
Opera
operand
operating environment
operating system level virtualization
operating system virtualization
operating system-level virtualization
Operating Systems
Operation Clandestine Fox - Internet Explorer vulnerability
Operation Windigo (malware)
operational data store
operational efficiency
operator
Operators and Operations
Operators
OPML
OPS
opt-in e-mail
Opteron
optical character recognition
optical disk
Optical Distribution Frame
optical image stabilization
optical resolution
optical scanner
Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
optical viewfinder
optical zoom
optimize
Option key
option
optoelectronics
OR operator
Oracle OCP DBA
Oracle
Orange Book
ORB
orchestration
Organic SEO
orientation
ORM
orphan file
orphan
OS X Yosemite
operating system - OS
OS - operating system
OS/2
OS/400
OS/9
Osborne Effect
oscillator clock
OSD
OSF
OSI - Open System Interconnection
Oslo
OSP
OSPF - Open Shortest Path First
OSR 2
OSRC Databases
OSRC Initiatives
OSRC Operating Systems
OSRC Operating Systems
OSRC Platforms
OSRC Programming Languages
OSRC Servers
OSS
OST - Offline Storage Table
OSVDB
OTcl
OTDR
OUI
out-point
outline font
Outline Processor Markup Language
output device
Output Devices
output
outsource
OVAL
overburning
overclock