By Marjorie Eberts, Rachel Kelsey, Margaret Gisler
The single occupation sequence designed expressly to show passions into paychecks! The Careers for You sequence evokes occupation explorers to examine the task industry throughout the certain lens in their personal pursuits. every one booklet finds dozens of the way to pursue a fondness and make a living--including many little-known yet pleasant careers that would shock readers.
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S. A. preferred. Internet Service Providers Internet service providers (ISPs) offer a direct connection to the Internet. While they lack the specialized content of an online service provider, they can offer a higher speed of information exchange and are increasingly able to offer ISDN service. S. West and Pacific Bell. The Telephone Companies Five of the ''Baby Bells'' have announced plans to jointly market Internet access to seventy-two million customers in twenty-six states in conjunction with Netscape's popular Web browser.
ISDN operates at speeds up to 128 kbps, which is at least five times faster than today's analog modems. It is especially helpful in speeding up the transfer of rich media, such graphics and audio and visual applications. It is available in most urban and suburban areas. Coming in the future is ADSL, which stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line. It is asymmetric in that you will be able to receive a lot a data but you will be limited in the amount you can send back. Even faster lines are being planned by the telephone companies, but they may be challenged by cable TV and wireless methods, including cellular, microwave, and satellite.
A Brief History of the Internet Historically, the Internet is very young. It grew out of the Department of Defense's desire in the 1960s to keep military sites in communication in the event of an enemy attack. What evolved was the Advanced Research Projects Administration Network (ARPANET), a network in which electronic traffic could be rerouted in case one of the network links was damaged or destroyed. It connected military sites, defense contractors, and colleges and universities. Soon other networks were developed, and operators began asking permission to connect their networks to ARPANET.
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