An introduction to how organizations are using Twitter to inform, educate and endear.
A domain name is the name of the website that you visit. For example, this website is FAQ.EranBucai.com. Here is a great simple and short explainer video....
As smartphones have become popular, online photo sharing has become mainstream. While taking and sharing photos is a safe and fun way to connect with others, it also comes with some risks and considerations. This video explains how to share online photos responsibly.
URLs, or web addresses, are fundamental parts of using the web. By understanding what a URL does and how it’s organized, we can learn about how the web is linked together and how web pages are displayed.
An explanation of apps - how and why they evolved to become smaller, cheaper and mobile.
This video explains the how computer viruses, worms and trojans work and what you can do to protect yourself.
Artificial intelligence seems like science fiction, but some forms of it are becoming part of our everyday lives. This video explains what it is, what’s possible today and what we can expect in the future.
Professional hosting has hard costs, i.e. the companies who provide this service pay for storage. YouTube is free because it monetizes from advertising, but other companies require paying a subscription. There are a number of companies that provide this service. To name a few...
Using technology often means having a relationship with a company or organization. Accepting their Terms of Service agreements can be a required part of using the service. This video teaches why these agreements exist, and how they can impact users.
Collaboration on the internet is often difficult. Wikis are a kind of website that helps solve the problem by creating a single place for a group to collaborate and share information. This video explains the big idea behind wikis.
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