Computers, Software, & The Internet
DVI - DVI, short for Digital Visual Interface, is a type of connection commonly used between your computer and your monitor. It's considered the next step up from the old standby VGA cable. Make sure your computer and your monitor both have DVI connections to ensure compatibility, but most non-super-cheap models do now so it's a pretty safe bet.
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HTML - HypterText Markup Language is the primary programming language used to create and display web pages that you see on the internet, such as this fine one from Apartment Therapy. It's the very basics of what a web designer needs to know in order to build websites.
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PDF - A PDF is Adobe's Portable Document Format and is a common file format for saving and sending documents. That cursed Adobe Acrobat Reader update that you see pop up on your computer far too frequently is the general program that opens these files, although many other programs will work with the format as well.
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JPEG - A JPEG (commonly seen displayed as a JPG because of the old three letter file extensions from Microsoft) is a file compression method used for digital images. It is most commonly used as the image file format of choice for displaying images on the internet.Clever USB Connection Solutions and Tips • http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/how-to-give-your-wall-outlet-a-usb-upgrade-165394 • DIY: Pink Eraser USB Flash Drive Hiding Data In Plain Sight