While it’s usual to put this sort of thing at the end of a book, it made more sense to list key terms here this time. New technologies have brought with them a whole new world of terms and jargon. I suggest reviewing this list quickly before you move into the discussions of particular products and approaches.
Blog: Short for “web log,” a blog provides an online space for posting chronologically ordered comments or ideas that can include text, photo, video, audio, and links to other sites, blogs, or documents. Readers can respond to posted content.
Bookmarking: (also known as “social bookmarking”) Web-based bookmarking tools allow users to create and store lists of web resources they wish to share with others. Bookmarks are stored ...