Computer-Mediated Communication Technology - Infrastructure - Computer-Mediated Communication Information Sources

Computer-mediated communication infrastructure includes computers, networks, and content
  • Computing: Computers are the hardware that enable computer-mediated communication
    • Security: Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center; a center of Internet security expertise; handles computer security incidents and vulnerabilities, publishes security alerts, researches long-term changes in networked systems, and develops information and training to help improve security; at the Software Engineering Institute, operated by Carnegie Mellon University
    • CHI: Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction; covers the design, evaluation, implementation, and study of interactive computing systems for human use; an international, interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas about the field of human-computer interaction; part of the Assocation for Computing Machinery
    • HCI: Human Computer Interaction bibliography; a collection of resources on Human-Computer Interaction
    • Computer: list of computer-related resources online
    • Software: list of software sources online
  • Networks: Computer networks enable computer-mediated communication to take place among widely dispersed participants
    • TCP/IP: TCP / IP Reference Page; The Internet, a global Wide Area Network, uses protocols to connect computers; this page provides details on the protocols used
    • DNS: Domain Name System (DNS) Resources Directory; provides information about the DNS, a distributed Internet directory service used to translate between domain names and IP addresses; DNS controls Internet email delivery
    • Mapnet: Illustration of Internet networks; provides a mainly historical look at visualization of the Internet beyond the topology of single provider
    • Cybergeography: Maps of cyberspace and its networks; a directory and discussion of diagrams, maps, and graphics that capture the online world in terms of visualizations of networks, resources, and information spaces.
  • Content: Content mediated by computer-mediated communication can be encoded into text, graphics, multimedia, hypertext, and other formats
    • Multimedia: Special Interest Group on Multimedia; provides a forum for researchers, engineers, and practitioners in all aspects of multimedia computing, communication, storage, and applications; part of the Assocation for Computing Machinery
    • Graphics: Special Interest Group on Graphics; promotes the generation and dissemination of information on computer graphics and interactive techniques; part of the Assocation for Computing Machinery
    • HTML: HyperText Markup Language; information about HTML activity
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