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What is the aim of web 3.0?

To have machines understand users' preferences to deliver web content specifically targeting the user.

Who leads the movement of the Semantic Web?

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

What is technological convergence?

The synergy of technological advancements working towards a common goal or task.

Define social media.

A website, application, or online channel that enables users to create, discuss, modify, and exchange user-generated content.

What are social networks?

Sites that allow users to connect with others who share the same interests or background.

Give an example of a social bookmarking site.


What type of content does a Web 1.0 static website contain?

Web pages with fixed content

What are the advantages of developing a Web 1.0 static website?

Easy to develop, Cheap to develop, Cheap to host

What are the disadvantages of a Web 1.0 static website?

Requires web development expertise to update site, Changes and updates are very time consuming, Site not as useful for the user

What is the main drawback of a Web 1.0 static website?


What distinguishes a Web 1.0 static website from other types of websites?

Contains web pages with fixed content

What are the advantages of Web 2.0 dynamic websites?

Much more functional website, much easier to update, much easier to add new content/pages, new content brings people back to the site and helps in the search engines, can work as a system to allow staff or users to collaborate

What are the disadvantages of Web 2.0 dynamic websites?

More expensive to develop, slower to develop

What does Folksonomy refer to in the context of Web 2.0 technologies?

Folksonomy allows users to categorize and classify/arrange information using freely chosen keywords.

What is meant by 'Rich User Experience' in Web 2.0 dynamic websites?

Content is dynamic and responsive to user's input.

Explain the concept of 'Mass Participation' in the context of Web 2.0 technologies.

Mass Participation refers to diverse information sharing through universal web access.

What is 'Software as a Service' (SaaS) in the realm of Web 2.0 technologies?

Users will subscribe to software only when needed rather than purchasing them.

This quiz covers various networking concepts including HTTP, LAN (Local Area Network), and WAN (Wide Area Network). Learn about data communication, multimedia content, and computer network interconnections.

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