Description : Take a complete look of Teenager's Internet life and see the reality of it which hides itself behind it always and never seen by us. It's very important to know the truth of internet for every teenager which use it.
Description : A development guide to ADO.NET provides a tutorial, accompanied by real-world examples, and shows how to use ADO.NET across a variety of data platforms.
Description : Tackling the issue in a systematic, scientific manner, this book also examines Islamic online communications, online censorship, and Internet use by the civic society as an alternative channel for its mostly oppressed voices.
Description : Covering more than 80 countries around the world, this book provides a compelling, contemporary snapshot of how people in other countries are using the Internet, social media, and mobile apps. • Demonstrates that while the Internet and the human desire to connect with others is universal, people in different cultures and regions have different preferences for what, where, and how they communicate online • Identifies the ways in which the Internet and social media have profoundly impacted the world economically, culturally, and politically • Chronicles the development of major social media innovations that have shaped online environments
Description : How Internet Radio Can Change the World: An Activist's Handbook is essential reading for trade unionists, environmental campaigners, human rights activists-anyone who is working to change the world. Author Eric Lee has pioneered the use of the Internet by unions around the globe, and the website he established in 1998, LabourStart, now appears in 19 languages and is used by thousands of activists every day. In early 2004, the author launched the first online labor radio station and this book reveals exactly what was involved in setting it up. It also delves into the short history of Internet radio, revealing how what began as a radical project to reinvigorate the liberal wing of the Democratic Party was turned into a commercial success-and yet remains a vital tool for activists. The book clearly explains both how to listen to Internet radio-and how to set up your own station.
Description : Vists our Web site at www.wiley.com/compbooks/ Visit the companion Web site at www.1to1web.com. The Internet World(TM)Guide to One-to-One Marketing companion Web site features: * Web marketer's online forum * Case studies and business profiles * Product reviews * E-mail newsletter featuring regular updates How to use your Web site to really connect with your customers and forge lasting relationships with them One-to-one marketing is a revolutionary new strategy for building customer loyalty and generating repeat sales. As marketers the world over are discovering, the Web is an excellent medium for conducting a successful one-to-one marketing campaign. Now, in The Internet World(TM) Guide to One-to-One Web Marketing, top Internet marketing experts arm you with all the knowledge and skills you need to develop your own winning one-to-one Web marketing strategy. Experts Allen, Kania, and Yaeckel get you up to speed on all the hot new Web technologies that marketers are using to forge lasting relationships, one customer at a time. With the help of case studies of some of the most successful one-to-one Web marketing initiatives, they show you exactly how those technologies are being employed to customize offerings and create dialogs with customers. They provide valuable lessons, tips, and guidelines on how to: * Make the best technology selections for your budget and goals, and plan a successful one-to-one Web marketing initiative * Build relationships with customers using personalization, push, interactivity, telephone and A/V conferencing, e-mail, virtual community, and other cutting-edge Web technologies * Integrate one-to-one Web marketing strategies with other processes and systems, such as customer service and support and databases.
Description : Since 2000, the National Science Foundation has depended upon its pioneering FastLane e-government system to manage grant applications, peer reviews, and reporting. In this behind-the-scenes account Thomas J. Misa and Jeffrey R. Yost examine how powerful forces of science and computing came together to create this influential grant-management system, assessing its impact on cutting-edge scientific research. Why did the NSF create FastLane, and how did it anticipate the development of web-based e-commerce? What technical challenges did the glitch-prone early system present? Did the switch to electronic grant proposals disadvantage universities with fewer resources? And how did the scientific community help shape FastLane? Foregrounding the experience of computer users, the book draws on hundreds of interviews with scientific researchers, sponsored project administrators, NSF staff, and software designers, developers, and managers.