Tag: Internet

2008.09.05 15:21:38
Susan Jackman

There are five components in the online sales process. Information sharing, ordering, payment, fulfillment and service and support. As a consumer myself who shops both Online and at "brick and mortar" stores, these are the two Steps that I feel are the most important.


  E-Commerce | Internet | Susan Jackman
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2008.08.24 23:21:37
Susan Jackman

The best way to look at a computer when it comes to information, communication, and specifically reading, is to think of it as a medium, just like a newspaper or book. As new generation of consumers enters the market that has grown up with this medium and has had the Internet as a part of their daily life, we will see more interest in E-books. Copyright laws, privacy worries, and recreational reading preferences are holding back e-books currently. But it is slowly growing. Online educational Institutions like University of Phoenix rely solely on e-books and many consumers interested in learning will go to the Internet before going to the bookstore.


  Reading habits | Internet | Susan Jackman
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2008.08.24 23:20:49
Susan Jackman

Since it is was my intention while in school to focus on creating educational multimedia for children, I wanted to focus my research on something that would be related and could prove useful to my chosen field. I would like to focus on 3 areas that the Internet can be or is used to improve education. Interactivity, Collaboration, and communication

Computers have transformed the educational process. They have created a new approach to the learning experience in traditional and non-traditional classroom settings. Computer-assisted instruction has been common for a long time, but the development of multimedia and the World Wide Web has presented many new opportunities for educators. What does the Internet have to offer education?


  Education | Technology in the classroom | Internet | Susan Jackman
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2008.08.24 23:18:22
Susan Jackman

I recently did some extensive research into copyright as it pertains to the internet and logo design. The most important tip I learned was that the more original and different the identity is from it's competition, the easier it is to protect, registering a mark gives it the best protection, and proper research beforehand will help the designer avoid being held responsible should there be any litigation. (Designing brand Identity, Pg. 127) I have learned what the different symbols mean and what qualifies you to use them. I was surprised to learn that you can us TM (Trademark) and SM (service mark) without registering the trademark. Only the (R) requires registration for use.

I thought that the common myths listed in Designing brand Identity where very interesting, so I did some online research to find the answers.


  Susan Jackman | Internet | Domain name | Security | Copyright | Trademark
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2008.08.24 23:01:14
Susan Jackman

What are the implications of allowing visitors to store passwords in cookies?

When I ask myself this question the first thing that comes to my mind as a negative result would be a parent making an online purchase, saving their password in the cookie and there 5 year old son get's on while they aren't looking and makes more purchases.  Although this can still happen, when I purchase on Amazon.com I don't have to fill in any user info, not even my cc. While I find this to be incredibly convenient, I can see how it could become a problem.


  Internet | Web Development | Security | Susan Jackman
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