Stands for random-access memory, the computer’s short-term memory.
A reader is a person who reads content. The Web Content Style Guide defines the person who visits a website as a reader, rather than the more generic term “user,” because the primary thing a person does on a website is read. Thinking of a website as a publication and the people who use the website as readers helps you focus on the essentials: basically, if nobody reads your website, it’s a failure, no matter how technically sophisticated it may be.
- reader-generated content
A key difference between Internet publishing and traditional publishing is the reader interaction possible on the Internet.
Reader-generated content is facilitated by mailing lists, discussion ...