Digital dictionary.App: Short for application, this is an icon installed on a computer or mobile device that acts as a shortcut to a webpage, game, or other program that performs a specific function (examples: Words I with Friends, Angry Birds).
Blog: A personal page that reads like a journal, containing entries starting with the most recent (examples; Blogger, WordPress).
The Cloud; Describes data stored on an external server and accessible through a web browser The program that serves as your front end to the Web on the Internet. In order to view a site, you type its address (URL) into the browser's Location field; for example, www.computerlanguage.com, and the home page of that site is downloaded to you. from any computer. For individuals, I it eliminates the need for a hard I drive; for companies, it eliminates the need for on-site servers. Information stored in "the cloud" is also generally backed up in multiple places to prevent catastrophic loss of information.
Podcast: A (generally) short piece of audio content, often part of a larger series of audio casts on a certain subject, which can be downloaded and listened to anytime. Content can be downloaded from an individual webpage, or through a service like iTunes.
RSS Feed Summaries of Web site content that are published in the RSS format for download. See RSS. : Like a customized newspaper, it draws in stories from a particular publication or about a particular topic that users choose to subscribe to Verb 1. subscribe to - receive or obtain regularly; "We take the Times every day"
buy, purchase - obtain by purchase; acquire by means of a financial transaction; "The family purchased a new car"; "The conglomerate acquired a new company"; . Feeds can be sent to an email address or accessed through a news reader like Google Reader.
Social Network: A website where users can create profiles to share their interests, photos, memories, and connect with friends that they've given permission to access their information (examples: Facebook, Linkedln).
Twitter: A micro-blogging service where users can share short messages (140 characters or Jess) with other users who have "followed" them. The site's biggest draw is its instantaneous updates and the ability to create hashtags like #superbowl and #nygiants to track what subjects are most popular at a given moment
URL Shortener: A site where users can shorten their URL URL
in full Uniform Resource Locator
Address of a resource on the Internet. The resource can be any type of file stored on a server, such as a Web page, a text file, a graphics file, or an application program. addresses, allowing them to track which links they've posted and who's viewed them. Especially useful for sharing links on Twitter and Facebook, which limit the number of characters in a message (examples: Bitly and TinyURL).