THE INTERNET, WORLD WIDE WEB, AND MEDIA PREPRODUCTION RESEARCH

How to Access the Internet and World Wide Web
     Computer and Server Addresses:  URLs, Computer/server Names and Domains
     Electronic Mail
     Bulletin Boards, Listserves, and Newsgroups
     File Transfer (FTP)
     Remote Login (TELNET)
     Browser Access to the Web
     Hypertext, Embedded Menus, and Multimedia on the Web
Automated Web Searches
     Search Engines
     String Matching
     Multiple-Key Searches
Media Production Research Via the Internet and World Wide Web
     Location Scouting
     Finding Production Services
     Accessing Information Relevant to Media Writing

WEB SITE CREATION AND ADVERTISING MEDIA SERVICES AND MEDIA PRODUCTIONS ON THE WEB

World Wide Web Documents (HTML)
     Browser Translation and Display of Web Documents
     HTML Language for Web Documents
     Links to Other Pages
     Including Images and Backgrounds
     Placing, Storing, and Deleting Web Pages on the Server
     Individual and Company Homepages
     Setting Up Your Own Homepage
     Advertising Your Homepage, Services, and/or Productions
     Java and Animated Web Pages
Audio and Video Communication on the Web
     Downloading Video, Still Images, and Music
     Teleconferencing and Live Video and Audio Feeds