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The world of computers has added hundreds of words and terms to the English language, words we use casually every day. When looked at closely, many of these terms—“bug,” “wiki,” “google,” etc.—seem nonsensical. Yet all have perfectly logical, and often very interesting, origins. For example:
Law is a fascinating and often rewarding profession, but many people don’t have the time, money or opportunity to go to law school. If you are interested in a law career but don’t wish to be a practicing attorney, then becoming a paralegal may be just the thing for you.
Getting a college degree online is an increasingly popular option, especially for working people. An online education can be very attractive to someone who is already employed full time or has family responsibilities, and yet wants the rewards a college degree can bring.
Of course, getting a degree online isn’t for everyone. Online education has its positives—and its negatives.
Chances are, the more you’ve used your personal computer, the more sluggish, skittish and unresponsive it has become. Don’t worry. Performance problems are a normal part of PC ownership.
Fortunately, there are some simple ways to “tune up” your computer and quickly get it back into prime running condition.
The Internet is an essential tool for doing high school or college research. By skillfully using Internet search engines and subject directories, you can find valuable material on practically any subject within minutes—if not seconds. For students taking courses online, knowing how to effectively search for—and cite—reputable Web sites can be an essential part of their academic success.
Who invented the first computer is not a question with a simple answer. There have been a lot of major milestones throughout history that warrant mentioning. The adventure starts in the year 1936.