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Do's

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Jimnah Tabotabo

on 23 February 2014

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Mid-1990's
>>Internet’s revolutionary impact on culture and commerce
>>Rise of near-instant communication:
>Electronic mail
>Instant messaging
>Phone calls
>Social networking
>Video calls
>Blogs and etc.

Don't s
>>Don't over use special effect
>>Don't use more than eight words per line
>>Don't use more than eight lines per slide
>>Don't use too many words
>>Avoid hard-to-read-color combinations
History of the Internet
1950's
>>ARPANet
>Professor Leonard Klienrock's Laboratory

Late 1960's and Early 1970's
>>Pocket switch Network was developed:
>ARPANet >Merit network
>Mark I >CYCLADES
>Tymnet >Telenet
19981
>>Development of Computer Science Network(SNET)
>>ARPANet access was expanded

1982
>>Internet Protocol Suit (TCP/IP) was standardized
>>Internet (interconnected TCP/IP networks) was introduced

1986
>>NSFNE provided access to supercomputer sites in US

Late 1980’s and Early 1990’s
>>Commercial Internet Service Providers (ISPs) emerged

1990's
>>ARPANet was decommissioned


Do's
>>Use legible type size
>>Be brief
>>Use key words
>>Enhance readability
>>Make every word and image count
>>Limitthe number of slides
1995
>>NSFNET was decommissioned
>>Internet was commercialized

Today
>>Internet continues to grow
Internet Users Worldwide
Africa : 167,335,676
Asia : 1,076,681,059
Europe: 518,512,109
Middle East: 90,000,455
North America: 273,785,413
Latin America / Caribbean: 254,915,745
Oceania / Australia: 24,287,919
WORLD TOTAL: 2,405,518,376
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