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A Web browser is a software package that allows your computer, once connected to the Web, to fetch documents from Web servers around the World, translate the HTML code in the documents and display the information to your screen.
My web browser keeps crashing from the bad html coding you've done on your site.
by Jak Dude May 6, 2005
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A Web Server is a computer on the World Wide Web (connected to the Internet Backbone) that stores HTML documents that can be retrieved via a Web browser.
by Jak Dude May 6, 2005
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An E-mail POP (post office protocol) account is an actual E-mail box located on the server for which the address is made. When E-mail is sent to a real POP account, the mail is stored on the server until the user logs in with their E-mail software and downloads it.
You can use my E-mail POP for your website.
by Jak Dude May 6, 2005
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Text face of meaning greatly confused, shocked, or surprised.
OMG! The boogie oggie man just ate Jak! *o*
by Jak Dude May 5, 2005
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A dedicated server is a computer that only runs one type of server software, and is usually constructed according to the user's specifications. Dedicated servers are typically used for web sites that have high traffic, and need many resources and much processing power.
Man, my site needs to get a dedicated server!
by Jak Dude May 6, 2005
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Also known as a profile, BIO is short for biography and is a term used to describe a brief description of a person.
My Age is on my bio page.
by Jak Dude April 30, 2005
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Internic, or Network Solutions, was the original domain name licensing authority for the United States. They previously had a monopoly on domain name registration that was granted to them by the US Department of Commerce, until November, 1999, when competition was enforced and they were required to share their database and registry services with anyone who qualified as a registrar. ICANN is the newly appointed organization that oversees domain name registration issues.
See Also: ICANN, REGISTRAR
I am so glad the Internic has changed.
by Jak Dude May 6, 2005
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