INTERNET


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AcronymDefinition
INTERNETInternetworking
INTERNETInternational Network
INTERNETInteroperable Network
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The last objective was to determine if providers' attitudes towards computers and the Internet influenced their attitudes towards Internet-based CME.
Indeed, the Internet has become a breeding ground for crime.
Although students may have used e-mail or played games on the WWW, these activities do not prepare them for using the Internet to meet specific information needs.
Armenia - ArmenTel was also allowed to retain sole rights to Internet telephony and the use of fibre optic cables.
The qualitative portion of the study, fielded by Conifer Research, consisted of an ethnographic study in which participants chronicled their lives without the Internet for a period of two weeks.
Further, a high-speed Internet service is desperately needed by the educational system, businesses, tourism, commerce and inter-community communication within these counties of the Florida Heartland.
As more than 120 million active American Internet users explore the Web to their heart's delight, getting up to speed on a few safety tips will go a long way in helping to provide a safe summer of surfing (online, that is).
com network, is one of the most complete marketplaces for Internet and IT research on the Web.
Internet World has quickly established itself as the dominant media brand targeting Internet business decision makers," stated Stephen P.
Interested advertisers should contact Susan Leiterstein, Vice President and Network Publisher of internet.
com also announced the acquisition of a Swedish Web site and e-mail newsletters focused on the Internet and information technology from Pagina Forlags AB.