noun Digital Technology.
a single, usually hypertext document on the World Wide Web that can incorporate text, graphics, sounds, etc.
The Deep Web vs. The Dark Web
Deep web and dark web are so technical in nature that we came across a lot of confusion as to what they actually mean in our research. More tech-savvy publications generally have a disclaimer when discussing the dark web, pleading with their readers that this is not to be confused with the deep web, which is related, but not at all the same thing. So, what exactly are the dark web and the deep web, and why are technology reporters so wary when using either term?
Around the Web: Privacy, Furloughs, and Crosswords
On Tuesday we announced that privacy is the Dictionary.com 2013 Word of the Year. Here’s our reasoning (and our infographic too). We also unveiled the misspelling of the year. Friend of Dictionary.com Tyler Schnoebelen explains. Friday marked the 100th anniversary of the crossword puzzle. We shook off an old post about the inventor of the crossword puzzle and the pitfalls of crosswordese, as well as our interview with …
Sometimes Web page.
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Web page (wĕb′pāj′)
A document on the World Wide Web, consisting of an HTML file and any related files for scripts and graphics, and often hyperlinked to other documents on the Web. The content of webpages is normally accessed by using a browser.
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A document with its own address on the Internet. It has become customary for companies, organizations, and individuals to create their own Web pages — in effect, explaining themselves to the world.
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