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  • June 27, 2005 27 Jun'05

    cybrarian

    A cybrarian (pronounced sai-BREHR-i-uhn, a compound of cyber and librarian) is a library and information science professional that specializes in using the Internet as a resource tool.  Continue Reading

  • June 27, 2005 27 Jun'05

    click stream

    In Web advertising, a click stream is the sequence of clicks or pages requested as a visitor explores a Web site.  Continue Reading

  • June 27, 2005 27 Jun'05

    click

    In Web advertising, a click is an instance of a user pressing down (clicking) on a mouse button in an ad space.  Continue Reading

  • June 27, 2005 27 Jun'05

    Channel Definition Format (CDF)

    The Channel Definition Format (CDF) is a file format from Microsoft that lets you create a file that defines a Web "channel," which is a preselected Web site or group of related Web sites.  Continue Reading

  • June 15, 2005 15 Jun'05

    C shell

    C shell is the UNIX shell (command execution program, often called a command interpreter) created by Bill Joy at the University of California at Berkeley as an alternative to UNIX's original shell, the Bourne shell.  Continue Reading

  • June 15, 2005 15 Jun'05

    burn rate

    In venture investing and new company development, the burn rate is the rate at which a new company is spending its capital while waiting for profitable operation.  Continue Reading

  • June 15, 2005 15 Jun'05

    brochureware

    Brochureware refers to Web sites or pages that are produced by taking an organization's printed brochure and translating it directly to the Web without regard for the possibilities of the new medium.  Continue Reading

  • June 09, 2005 09 Jun'05

    bespoke

    Bespoke (pronounced bee-SPOHK) is a term used in the United Kingdom and elsewhere for an individually- or custom-made product or service.  Continue Reading

  • June 09, 2005 09 Jun'05

    banner

    Depending on how it's used, a banner is either a graphic image that announces the name or identity of a site (and often is spread across the width of the Web page) or is an advertising image.  Continue Reading

  • June 09, 2005 09 Jun'05

    backplane

    A backplane is an electronic circuit board containing circuitry and sockets into which additional electronic devices on other circuit boards or cards can be plugged; in a computer, generally synonymous with or part of the motherboard.  Continue Reading

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