DNS (Domain Name Service or Domain Name Servers)
Computers that translate the domain name you type into your browser into the website serverâ€™s IP address. Every computer on the Internet has a unique IP address, which is its location. Domain Name
The address/URL of a website that corresponds to the unique IP address of a computer on the Internet, for example, www.exhibit-E.com or www.google.com. (e)nnouncement
A custom mass email solution (with mailing list administration) produced by exhibit-E, allowing galleries to create email promotions designed to integrate with the gallery identity. Facebook
A social networking service with over 800 million users. Flash
A format that allows the addition of dynamic movement or animation to a website, offering the Web designer a broader array of design options. FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
Method of uploading files to a server over the Internet. GIF
A graphics format that is adept at displaying type and solid objects on a webpage. GB (Gigabytes)
A storage measurement that consists of 1,000 megabytes.
The Art World and the World Wide Web. Essays, Interviews and Case Studies.