Saturday, January 20, 2018

Friday, January 12, 2018

Blog Post Web

1.)
Website: Netflix
Why Visit it:
People visit Netflix fr entertainment using Streaming Devices that allows people to Watch anywhere, anytime, on thousands of devices. Netflix streaming software allows you to instantly watch content from Netflix through any Internet-connected device that offers the Netflix app, including smart TVs, game consoles, streaming media players, smartphones, or tablets.
Why was it made:
Reed Hastings, pictured, and Marc Rudolph, two software engineers, founded Netflix in 1997 to use the Internet to rent movies on DVD, then a new format.

2.)
Website: Youtube
Why Visit it:
Visual communication is a great form of communication. Audio-visual is still better. We may read thousands of words or hundreds of paragraphs on the net, but one photo or video can grab our attention like heck ! Youtube encashes that weakness of ours. You suddenly remember a song from the 60s, you can watch it on Youtube. Guess the best part- while you watch this song, out of the blue, you come across that totally forgotten favourite melody of yours which you hummed as a kid !! Youtube suggests you to watch similar videos when you are actually searching for a particular video. Such advantages are endless, which makes me and a lot others love YouTube.
Why was it made: YouTube was founded by three former PayPal employees, Steve Chen, Jawed Karim, and Chad Hurley, in 2005. According to the founders, the idea of a video sharing website was conceived when they had trouble sharing videos taken at a dinner party with their friends.

3.)
Website: Google
Why Visit it:Google's main search engine is spectacular. It not only can find relevant web pages, you can use it to translate web pages to and from other languages. You can also view the image Google has cached in their search engine database, if available. This makes finding the important part of a web page 
Why was it made:Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page created Google in order to organize information on the Internet and help users find the information they were looking for.Google began primarily as a search engine, which crawls through new and old web pages and sorts them based on relevancy to a user's search.

Friday, December 22, 2017

Annual Fee: Any fee that get charged on a set time table, Annual fee is common with credit cards.

Annual Percentage Rate: The rate of charge over time.

Cash back: A cashback reward program is an incentive program operated by credit card companies where a percentage of the amount spent is paid back to the card holder.

Balance: The amount of money you have left over in a bank account.

Minimum Payment: The amount of the minimum monthly payment is calculated as a small percentage of the consumer's total credit balance.

Credit Line: An amount of credit extended to a borrower.

Monday, December 18, 2017

Blog post data

1.)


Which one of the following answers is right?


How many working submarine cables are in the world right now


A.). 411


B.) 347


C.) 467


D.) 428


2.)


Which of the following answers is right?


How much land do the submarine cables cover


  1. 2000 KM


2.)1.1 Million  KM


3.) 3.3 million KM


4.) 2.1 mill km


True or false?


Cables were traditionally owned by telecom carriers who would form a consortium of all parties interested in using the cable. In the late 1990s, an influx of entrepreneurial companies built lots of private cables and sold off the capacity to users.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Microchips in humans.

Three positive thing about microchips is tracking your kids if they go missing,medical personnel, easy access to medical info. Three different concerns could be, Messed during the surgeries, your kid has no freedom what so ever, the scar that it would make.

I think that the microchips in humans is ridiculous and so unnecessary. I think it could maybe useful if you're really that worried. I also think it is unsafe because all of your info is on 1 chip that the government could easily get access from. I think it should be illegal to do because the person who got the microchip were too young to have any say when they got it. I also think you should let your child have more freedom than having a chip in them so you know where they are at all times, i just think that people are we to protective and this is just another reason why, if you don't trust your kid to go outside with friends and you have to know where he is at all times he probably shouldn’t be out at all.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Tech Spotlight

By Bobby Marrs
9/20/17
B Block White


“Smart” Thermometer

In my house we have a Nest smart thermometer, it is actually pretty cool you can set the temperature from your iPhone no matter how far away. It is a small little circle device that sits on the wall and tell you what the temperature is. The thermometer can sense when someone is near it and it turns on, say in the middle of the night when it is pitch black that lights up so anyone could see. It process the data by the either turning it left to right or from your iPhone you can set whatever temperature you want. It can also be set on a daily schedule, so when you're not home on a certain day you could turn it off to save money.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Washing your hands.


1. Turn water on
2. Use soap, get it all over your hands
3. Rinse under water
  • if you have something to try of use that
4. Shake your hands to dry

5. Turn water off