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For the geek-impaired: #FFFFFF is the hexadecimal color code for white
According to binary_alphabet , 1001010 is “J”. Good gag if his name is Jay.
CMYK means CyanMagentaYellowBlack(K) They used “K” for black because “B” was already taken by “Blue.”, is a colour model,based on printing and ink absorbing into paper.
RGB means RedGreenBlue – and it’s what monitors (and TVs) use to output color.
A PHP programmer hits the road
W3:Acronym for World Wide Web.
XML: Short for EXtensible Markup Language, a specification developed by the W3C
QWERTY refers to the arrangement of keys on a standard English computer keyboard or typewriter
Short for HyperText Transfer Protocol, the underlying protocol used by the World Wide Web
Bit: Short for binary digit, the smallest unit of information on a machine, a byte is composed of 8 consecutive bits.
Super User access on DebianKDE Linux. Thanks tony
BSD (originally: Berkeley Software Distribution) refers to the particular version of the Unix operating system that was developed at and distributed from the University of California at Berkeley
Abbreviation of Transmission Control Protocol, and pronounced as separate letters.
Tux the penguin, mascot of the Linux kernel. OS family
802.11n is a standard of WiFi LAN, or wireless local area network technology,
When 32 bits just aren’t enough
For people not familiar with Windows, Alt-F4 shuts down a program, or Windows itself if no programs are running.
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