Monthly Archives: November 2012

What I learned in ICT Class?

I learned many things in this class, using programs such as Camtasia, Audacity, Adobe Flash Professional, Google Sketchup, Notepad ++,etc. From Camtasia, I learned how to make a video clip, fast and easy. I never knew that making a video was this easy until trying out Camtasia. It opened up my world as a filmmaker, and I think it is a great program. From Audacity, I learned how to edit a sound file, and turning it into something new, such as a remix or a dubstep. It was great fun making a new sound clip, because I love music personally, and I am glad to learn to make a new piece of music, made by me.

From Adobe Flash Professional, I learned how to make a short animation, with only using drawings and pictures. I learned how hard it was to make a fluid animation, because I learned that it will take so much time to make it look fluid, and I recognized that how much of a hard work it is to make a 30 minutes long animation, which I watch everyday. From Google Sketchup, I learned how to make a 3D looking objects, such as houses, towers, etc. It was fun, and made me use my creativity. It made me think how can I do it to make it look nice, and realistic.

From Notepad ++, I learned how to make a HTML Page, which I never knew, which was very interesting. I never knew there are so many codes to make the page look right, and it was confusing at first, but slowly made it fun. By the time I learned the codes, it was fun making the page. I also learned how to make a table using Notepad ++, which also had original codes, which were confusing. But it was also fun. The moment I see the browser and look at my work, and the moment I got it right is always unforgettable. So this is probably all the things I learned in this semester, it had variety, and was interesting. I hope the second semester will be the same.

 

These are the example videos of me making stuffs, using programs above, and a graph table I made using Google ++, and few drawings I drew using Adobe Professional.

ma graphPedobear2fap fap meme

 

 

HTML Tables

TABLE SAMPLES

TABLE 1

row 1,cell 1 row 1,cell 2 row 1,cell 3
row 2,cell 1 row 2,cell 2 row 2,cell 3
row 3,cell 1 row 3,cell 2 row 3,cell 3
row 4,cell 1 row 4,cell 2 row 4,cell 3

TABLE 2

row 1,cell 1 row 1,cell 2 row 1,cell 3
row 2,cell 1 row 2,cell 2 row 2,cell 3
row 3,cell 1 row 3,cell 2 extended

TABLE 3

row 1,cell 1 row 1,cell 2 row 1,cell 3
row 2,cell 1 row 2,cell 2
row 3,cell 1 row 3,cell 2

TABLE 4

row 1,cell 1 row 1,cell 2 row 1,cell 3
row 2,cell 2 row 2,cell 3
row 3,cell 1 extended

The Internet and WWW

People may classify the Internet, and the WWW (world wide web) the same thing, but it actually differs in many ways. Internet is a massive network of networks, and WWW is the way of accessing information over the medium of the internet. Internet connect millions of computers together globally forming a network in which any computer can communicate with any other computer as long as they are both connected to the internet. WWW is an information sharing model that is built on top of the internet.

Information that travels over the internet does has a variety of languages known as protocols. WWW uses the HTTP protocol, to transmit data.Internet does not utilize web browsers. It is the structure on which WWW is based.WWW also utilizes browsers such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox to access web documents called web pages that are linked or hyperlinked. Internet provides the structure, WWW provides the dynamic networks or a variety of different methodologies and protocols. Internet has no such creator, but WWW has a creator called Tim Berners Lee in 1992.

Tim Berners Lee is a British Computer Scientist, and the creator of WWW. He was born at 8th of June,1955. He made a proposal for an information management system in march 1989, and on 25th of December, 1990, with the help of Robert Cailliau and a young student at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research), he implemented the first successful communication between a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) client and server via the Internet.