Exam 3: True and False

1. HTML is called a markup language because authors mark up their documents by inserting HTML tags. TF
True
2. HTTP is a mark up language that works with TCP/IP to get Web resources to your desktop. TF
False
3. The two applications shown in the accompanying figure are examples of Web browser software. TF
True
4. Older versions of software like the kind shown in the accompanying figure, typically will support new HTML features, so upgrading browsers to the latest version is not essential or recommended TF
False
5. The term player is sometimes used to refer to plug-ins, but it also can refer to standalone software that does not require a host program. TF
True
6. Any server that creates a cookie on your hard drive can request that cookie the next time your browser is accessing a Web page from the Web site server. TF
True
7. The framework for an HTML document consists of two sections: a head and a body. TF
True
8. Scripts were designed to replace normal HTML. TF
False
10. Researchers estimate that the most extensive search engines cover less than 20% of the Web. TF
True
11. Many search engines keep records of your queries. TF
True
12. A C2C e-commerce transaction occurs when individual consumers purchase goods and services from online merchants. TF
False
14. E-mail is based on store-and-forward technology. TF
True
15. When configuring local e-mail, the incoming and outgoing servers must have the same settings. TF
False
16. A conversion process called MIME provides a clever way of disguising digital photos, sounds, and other media as plain ASCII code that can travel over the Internet as e-mail attachments. TF
True
17. Netiquette is online jargon for Internet etiquette TF
True
An active x control is a full fledged program, which gives it the potential to include a routine that alters or delete files from your computer’s hard disk
True
18. If you turn off cookies, you may not be able to make online purchases at some sites. TF
True
19. As users are frequently deleting or blocking conventional cookies, marketers are turning to Flash cookies to track and target customers. TF
True
P2P provides a secure connection for web based transactions
False
Pharming is less surreptitious and easier to detect than most other hacker schmes
False
First generation computers used vacuum tube technology
True
First generation computers were characterized by custom application programs
True
Assembly language and machine language are the same
False
Second generation computers were characterized by their use of operating system
True
High level la gauges were developed for the first generation computers
False
By 2000, one of the few remaining mini I putters was the IBM AS/ 400
True
Current processor technology requires very large scale integration that packs million of components on a single chip
True
The first microcomputer required assembly by the user
True
The computer industry encompasses those companies that manufacture computers and computer components
True
All dot com companies are universally considered part of the IT industry.
False
All major companies in the IT industry are headquartered in silicon valley
False
The end of the dot com bubble meant a decline in IT sector job opening
True
It is less expensive to replace software with brand new software with brand new software than to purchase an upgrade
False
In the United States, the IT industry is fully regulated by the FCC
False
Industry observers expect the number of telecommunicating IT workers to decrease over the next decade
False
A computer certification will totally prepare a person for a job in the IT industry
False
In IT, job titles are standarized
False
Your web based resume should fully utilize multimedia to demonstrate your capabilities; companies are expecting IT resumes to contain all aspects of multimedia
False
Laws and ethics are really just different words for the same concept
False
To reduce cell phone radiation, you should use hand free devices
True