Computer and Internet
use in physically frail elders.
It would seem, then, that schools are entering a Golden Age of students actually using the Internet
in sophisticated ways for educational reasons.
"Our new Secure Internet
Interface provides management a high-level, comprehensive view into their overall security posture while at the same time still providing the detailed technical analysis that security experts find invaluable."
As might be expected, Internet
use is strongly related to the age of the operator.
As a leading wireless Internet
portal and mobile space provider, MOABC, relying on its good performance in the past year, stood out among a number of excellent candidates.
Yet the government's obsession with manipulating the content of independent sites and its apparent desire to extend traditional media restrictions into cyberspace raise the question of whether the country's rulers merely seek to use the Internet
as a tool to enhance their own power.
"The basic idea of net neutrality was formulated in the early days of the Internet
as an engineering concept often called the 'end-to-end' principle." This principle holds that the functionality of the Internet
should be at the ends of the network, with only "dumb pipes" in between to transmit data without modification.
Since statistics show that many of the UPMS students will eventually attend college and be educators, commercial business leaders and consumers of the future, it is important to document their attitudes and understandings to learn from their successes (and failures) with the Internet
New findings, including six reports in the May Developmental Psychology, indicate that the Internet
holds a special appeal for young people, says psychologist Patricia Greenfield of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Information: Tennyson Mashdoane, Wits University, Wits Enterprise, Senate House, 5th Floor, Room 5030, Jorrisen Street, Braamfontein, Private Bag 3, Wits 2050, South Africa, +27 11 717 1188, fax: +27 11 717 9359, e-mail: Mashiloanel@enterprise.wits.ac.za, Internet
ICANN is essentially the mapmaker for the Internet
. It handles the technical operations of the root servers of the Internet
, mapping the relatively easy-to-remember domain names like apple.com or whitehouse.gov to the unique numerical address assigned to that domain.
The years 2000-2001 also saw the birth of fixed-line broadband Internet
in Japan, with established telcos such as NTT, and also IT ventures, including Softbank and eAccess, beginning to offer ADSL services.