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NEW! I'm Ebay auctioning a wooden frame containing the original artwork of the Sev Wars comic strip Creepio & ATM2. The artwork is autographed by Anthony Daniels himself (the skinny guy in the C3PO suit) and this is one of the few times I will be selling original artwork of my cartoons. Auction ends 26 August so check it out!

Sev Trek Essential Pack (NTSC)
$45.95
Enterforaprize Crew Bookmark
75c
Sev Trek Essential Pack (PAL)
$40.95

Video (NTSC)
$26.95
CD Soundtrack
$14.95
Video (PAL B)
$21.95

Movie Poster
$13.00
Script
$14.95
Movie T-Shirt
$22.00

Movie Prints
$16.50
Bookmarks (click on each pic)
75c each

Book
$16
Colour Prints
$16.50
Bookmarks
75c each

Bean Me Up T-Shirt
$22
X-Gen T-shirt
$22
Jurassic T-shirt
$22

Mousepad
$13.50
Forager T-shirt
$22
Keyring
$10.50

Sev Trek Poster (A2)
$8.50
Sev Wars Poster (A1)
$13

Christmas Cards - $2
Gift Tags Set - $1
Paper model
$9

Enterforaprize Paper Model - FREE!

 
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The Sevloid Internet Glossary - A

Your word isn't here? All comments, questions and requests can be entered in the Feedback Form.

This page of the Sevloid Internet Glossary is brought to you by the letter A. Here you'll find definitions to all the terms and acronyms littered across cyberspace that make life so confusing for us all. Bookmark this site and when you come upon an unknown or confusing term, drop by here and find out what it means.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

Addy Short for address, as in e-mail, HTTP or FTP site addresses. (Definition supplied by Kristin)

Anonymous FTP Allows users to access FTP sites without an account, usually using anonymous as a login name and your email address as the password (see FTP for more info).

Aliasing An undesirable side-effect of a sampling process. The most common example is visible pixels or jaggies when displaying a bitmap at low resolutions.

Analog Continuously changing measurements, as opposed to discrete digital measurements. By continuous, I mean smooth, unbroken change. Discrete digital measurements jump from one value to another. In communications, analog refers to communicating by EM waves such as radio waves. Generally, analog refers to "real-world" measurements in contrast to "digital" computer data.

Anti-Aliasing Removing aliased effects in images. On the Internet, it most commonly refers to smoothing jagged curves in graphics that appear on a web page.

AOL (America Online) One of the bigger companies providing access to the Internet.

Appz Pirate slang for stolen computer applications on the net available for free download. (Definition supplied by Kristin)

Archie Software that, upon your request, goes searching through databases on the Internet looking for files that match your search. Archie has largely been replaced by Search Engines.

Archive A storage of files, usually compressed, kept at a FTP site for downloading.

ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) A branch of the US Department of Defense that first developed the computer network ARPAnet.

ARPAnet The computer network developed by ARPA designed to maintain a workable communications system in the event of enemy missile attack. It depends on dynamic rerouting which meant if one link was disrupted, the data was rerouted to other links. ARPAnet began humbly with four computers connected together in 1969 but grew to span the North American continent.

ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) The standard for coding information into binary numbers. In other words, each letter of the alphabet, number and other characters are assigned a universally recognised binary number. With the ASCII standard established, it's possible to exchange data between different computers and software. One ASCII character takes up one byte of memory. ASCII was adopted in 1963 by the American National Standards Institute.

Attribute Within HTML element tags, the attribute is like a variable assigned a value such as a filename or html document, etc.

AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) An official policy formed by the NSF in the early stages of the Internet to disallow any for-profit, commercial activities. Although it is no longer official policy, it still lives on in spirit through netiquette.


Internet Glossary Web Design HTML Guide Web Publicity Web Tips Web Talk Web Links Web Site of the Week

Home | Index | Toon Zone | Web Zone | DTP Zone | Sev Shop | What's New
Glossary | Design | HTML | Publicity | Tips | Talk | Links | Site of Week
Discussion Board | Ideas Board | Sevilian Board | Privacy Policys

The Sev Wide Web and all content within are © Copyright 1997 by John Cook.
None of my material can be used on any other site without prior permission from the author.
However, feel free to link to my site from yours.


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Movie

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Misc

All prices are listed in Australian dollars.

You need your cookies turned on to use our Shopping Cart.

Welcome to SEV SHOP. Browse by clicking the pictures below or visiting our Search Page. If you have any problems, visit the Help Desk or the Sev Shop FAQ.

NEW! I'm Ebay auctioning a wooden frame containing the original artwork of the Sev Wars comic strip Creepio & ATM2. The artwork is autographed by Anthony Daniels himself (the skinny guy in the C3PO suit) and this is one of the few times I will be selling original artwork of my cartoons. Auction ends 26 August so check it out!

Sev Trek Essential Pack (NTSC)
$45.95
Enterforaprize Crew Bookmark
75c
Sev Trek Essential Pack (PAL)
$40.95

Video (NTSC)
$26.95
CD Soundtrack
$14.95
Video (PAL B)
$21.95

Movie Poster
$13.00
Script
$14.95
Movie T-Shirt
$22.00

Movie Prints
$16.50
Bookmarks (click on each pic)
75c each

Book
$16
Colour Prints
$16.50
Bookmarks
75c each

Bean Me Up T-Shirt
$22
X-Gen T-shirt
$22
Jurassic T-shirt
$22

Mousepad
$13.50
Forager T-shirt
$22
Keyring
$10.50

Sev Trek Poster (A2)
$8.50
Sev Wars Poster (A1)
$13

Christmas Cards - $2
Gift Tags Set - $1
Paper model
$9

Enterforaprize Paper Model - FREE!

 
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The Sevloid Internet Glossary: A
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The Sevloid Internet Glossary - A

Your word isn't here? All comments, questions and requests can be entered in the Feedback Form.

This page of the Sevloid Internet Glossary is brought to you by the letter A. Here you'll find definitions to all the terms and acronyms littered across cyberspace that make life so confusing for us all. Bookmark this site and when you come upon an unknown or confusing term, drop by here and find out what it means.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

Addy Short for address, as in e-mail, HTTP or FTP site addresses. (Definition supplied by Kristin)

Anonymous FTP Allows users to access FTP sites without an account, usually using anonymous as a login name and your email address as the password (see FTP for more info).

Aliasing An undesirable side-effect of a sampling process. The most common example is visible pixels or jaggies when displaying a bitmap at low resolutions.

Analog Continuously changing measurements, as opposed to discrete digital measurements. By continuous, I mean smooth, unbroken change. Discrete digital measurements jump from one value to another. In communications, analog refers to communicating by EM waves such as radio waves. Generally, analog refers to "real-world" measurements in contrast to "digital" computer data.

Anti-Aliasing Removing aliased effects in images. On the Internet, it most commonly refers to smoothing jagged curves in graphics that appear on a web page.

AOL (America Online) One of the bigger companies providing access to the Internet.

Appz Pirate slang for stolen computer applications on the net available for free download. (Definition supplied by Kristin)

Archie Software that, upon your request, goes searching through databases on the Internet looking for files that match your search. Archie has largely been replaced by Search Engines.

Archive A storage of files, usually compressed, kept at a FTP site for downloading.

ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) A branch of the US Department of Defense that first developed the computer network ARPAnet.

ARPAnet The computer network developed by ARPA designed to maintain a workable communications system in the event of enemy missile attack. It depends on dynamic rerouting which meant if one link was disrupted, the data was rerouted to other links. ARPAnet began humbly with four computers connected together in 1969 but grew to span the North American continent.

ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) The standard for coding information into binary numbers. In other words, each letter of the alphabet, number and other characters are assigned a universally recognised binary number. With the ASCII standard established, it's possible to exchange data between different computers and software. One ASCII character takes up one byte of memory. ASCII was adopted in 1963 by the American National Standards Institute.

Attribute Within HTML element tags, the attribute is like a variable assigned a value such as a filename or html document, etc.

AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) An official policy formed by the NSF in the early stages of the Internet to disallow any for-profit, commercial activities. Although it is no longer official policy, it still lives on in spirit through netiquette.


Internet Glossary Web Design HTML Guide Web Publicity Web Tips Web Talk Web Links Web Site of the Week

Home | Index | Toon Zone | Web Zone | DTP Zone | Sev Shop | What's New
Glossary | Design | HTML | Publicity | Tips | Talk | Links | Site of Week
Discussion Board | Ideas Board | Sevilian Board | Privacy Policys

The Sev Wide Web and all content within are © Copyright 1997 by John Cook.
None of my material can be used on any other site without prior permission from the author.
However, feel free to link to my site from yours.


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SEV SHOP

View Cart

Checkout

About Sev Shop

Help Desk

Search

Policies

$$$ Converter

Shipping Rates

FAQ

Contact Us

Products

Movie

Book

Prints

Bookmarks

Shirts

Posters

Christmas

Misc

All prices are listed in Australian dollars.

You need your cookies turned on to use our Shopping Cart.

Welcome to SEV SHOP. Browse by clicking the pictures below or visiting our Search Page. If you have any problems, visit the Help Desk or the Sev Shop FAQ.

NEW! I'm Ebay auctioning a wooden frame containing the original artwork of the Sev Wars comic strip Creepio & ATM2. The artwork is autographed by Anthony Daniels himself (the skinny guy in the C3PO suit) and this is one of the few times I will be selling original artwork of my cartoons. Auction ends 26 August so check it out!

Sev Trek Essential Pack (NTSC)
$45.95
Enterforaprize Crew Bookmark
75c
Sev Trek Essential Pack (PAL)
$40.95

Video (NTSC)
$26.95
CD Soundtrack
$14.95
Video (PAL B)
$21.95

Movie Poster
$13.00
Script
$14.95
Movie T-Shirt
$22.00

Movie Prints
$16.50
Bookmarks (click on each pic)
75c each

Book
$16
Colour Prints
$16.50
Bookmarks
75c each

Bean Me Up T-Shirt
$22
X-Gen T-shirt
$22
Jurassic T-shirt
$22

Mousepad
$13.50
Forager T-shirt
$22
Keyring
$10.50

Sev Trek Poster (A2)
$8.50
Sev Wars Poster (A1)
$13

Christmas Cards - $2
Gift Tags Set - $1
Paper model
$9

Enterforaprize Paper Model - FREE!

 
Browse our Cartoon Archive


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The Sevloid Internet Glossary: A
Hosted by HashSev Wide WebIndexToon ZoneWeb ZoneDTP ZoneSev ShopWhat's New




The Sevloid Internet Glossary - A

Your word isn't here? All comments, questions and requests can be entered in the Feedback Form.

This page of the Sevloid Internet Glossary is brought to you by the letter A. Here you'll find definitions to all the terms and acronyms littered across cyberspace that make life so confusing for us all. Bookmark this site and when you come upon an unknown or confusing term, drop by here and find out what it means.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

Addy Short for address, as in e-mail, HTTP or FTP site addresses. (Definition supplied by Kristin)

Anonymous FTP Allows users to access FTP sites without an account, usually using anonymous as a login name and your email address as the password (see FTP for more info).

Aliasing An undesirable side-effect of a sampling process. The most common example is visible pixels or jaggies when displaying a bitmap at low resolutions.

Analog Continuously changing measurements, as opposed to discrete digital measurements. By continuous, I mean smooth, unbroken change. Discrete digital measurements jump from one value to another. In communications, analog refers to communicating by EM waves such as radio waves. Generally, analog refers to "real-world" measurements in contrast to "digital" computer data.

Anti-Aliasing Removing aliased effects in images. On the Internet, it most commonly refers to smoothing jagged curves in graphics that appear on a web page.

AOL (America Online) One of the bigger companies providing access to the Internet.

Appz Pirate slang for stolen computer applications on the net available for free download. (Definition supplied by Kristin)

Archie Software that, upon your request, goes searching through databases on the Internet looking for files that match your search. Archie has largely been replaced by Search Engines.

Archive A storage of files, usually compressed, kept at a FTP site for downloading.

ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) A branch of the US Department of Defense that first developed the computer network ARPAnet.

ARPAnet The computer network developed by ARPA designed to maintain a workable communications system in the event of enemy missile attack. It depends on dynamic rerouting which meant if one link was disrupted, the data was rerouted to other links. ARPAnet began humbly with four computers connected together in 1969 but grew to span the North American continent.

ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) The standard for coding information into binary numbers. In other words, each letter of the alphabet, number and other characters are assigned a universally recognised binary number. With the ASCII standard established, it's possible to exchange data between different computers and software. One ASCII character takes up one byte of memory. ASCII was adopted in 1963 by the American National Standards Institute.

Attribute Within HTML element tags, the attribute is like a variable assigned a value such as a filename or html document, etc.

AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) An official policy formed by the NSF in the early stages of the Internet to disallow any for-profit, commercial activities. Although it is no longer official policy, it still lives on in spirit through netiquette.


Internet Glossary Web Design HTML Guide Web Publicity Web Tips Web Talk Web Links Web Site of the Week

Home | Index | Toon Zone | Web Zone | DTP Zone | Sev Shop | What's New
Glossary | Design | HTML | Publicity | Tips | Talk | Links | Site of Week
Discussion Board | Ideas Board | Sevilian Board | Privacy Policys

The Sev Wide Web and all content within are © Copyright 1997 by John Cook.
None of my material can be used on any other site without prior permission from the author.
However, feel free to link to my site from yours.


Sev Shop: Cartoon Merchandise
Hosted by HashSev Wide WebIndexToon ZoneWeb ZoneDTP ZoneSev ShopWhat's New




SEV SHOP



SEV SHOP

View Cart

Checkout

About Sev Shop

Help Desk

Search

Policies

$$$ Converter

Shipping Rates

FAQ

Contact Us

Products

Movie

Book

Prints

Bookmarks

Shirts

Posters

Christmas

Misc

All prices are listed in Australian dollars.

You need your cookies turned on to use our Shopping Cart.

Welcome to SEV SHOP. Browse by clicking the pictures below or visiting our Search Page. If you have any problems, visit the Help Desk or the Sev Shop FAQ.

NEW! I'm Ebay auctioning a wooden frame containing the original artwork of the Sev Wars comic strip Creepio & ATM2. The artwork is autographed by Anthony Daniels himself (the skinny guy in the C3PO suit) and this is one of the few times I will be selling original artwork of my cartoons. Auction ends 26 August so check it out!

Sev Trek Essential Pack (NTSC)
$45.95
Enterforaprize Crew Bookmark
75c
Sev Trek Essential Pack (PAL)
$40.95

Video (NTSC)
$26.95
CD Soundtrack
$14.95
Video (PAL B)
$21.95

Movie Poster
$13.00
Script
$14.95
Movie T-Shirt
$22.00

Movie Prints
$16.50
Bookmarks (click on each pic)
75c each

Book
$16
Colour Prints
$16.50
Bookmarks
75c each

Bean Me Up T-Shirt
$22
X-Gen T-shirt
$22
Jurassic T-shirt
$22

Mousepad
$13.50
Forager T-shirt
$22
Keyring
$10.50

Sev Trek Poster (A2)
$8.50
Sev Wars Poster (A1)
$13

Christmas Cards - $2
Gift Tags Set - $1
Paper model
$9

Enterforaprize Paper Model - FREE!

 
Browse our Cartoon Archive


Home | Index | Toon Zone | Web Zone | DTP Zone | Sev Shop | What's New

The Sevloid Internet Glossary: A
Hosted by HashSev Wide WebIndexToon ZoneWeb ZoneDTP ZoneSev ShopWhat's New




The Sevloid Internet Glossary - A

Your word isn't here? All comments, questions and requests can be entered in the Feedback Form.

This page of the Sevloid Internet Glossary is brought to you by the letter A. Here you'll find definitions to all the terms and acronyms littered across cyberspace that make life so confusing for us all. Bookmark this site and when you come upon an unknown or confusing term, drop by here and find out what it means.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

Addy Short for address, as in e-mail, HTTP or FTP site addresses. (Definition supplied by Kristin)

Anonymous FTP Allows users to access FTP sites without an account, usually using anonymous as a login name and your email address as the password (see FTP for more info).

Aliasing An undesirable side-effect of a sampling process. The most common example is visible pixels or jaggies when displaying a bitmap at low resolutions.

Analog Continuously changing measurements, as opposed to discrete digital measurements. By continuous, I mean smooth, unbroken change. Discrete digital measurements jump from one value to another. In communications, analog refers to communicating by EM waves such as radio waves. Generally, analog refers to "real-world" measurements in contrast to "digital" computer data.

Anti-Aliasing Removing aliased effects in images. On the Internet, it most commonly refers to smoothing jagged curves in graphics that appear on a web page.

AOL (America Online) One of the bigger companies providing access to the Internet.

Appz Pirate slang for stolen computer applications on the net available for free download. (Definition supplied by Kristin)

Archie Software that, upon your request, goes searching through databases on the Internet looking for files that match your search. Archie has largely been replaced by Search Engines.

Archive A storage of files, usually compressed, kept at a FTP site for downloading.

ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) A branch of the US Department of Defense that first developed the computer network ARPAnet.

ARPAnet The computer network developed by ARPA designed to maintain a workable communications system in the event of enemy missile attack. It depends on dynamic rerouting which meant if one link was disrupted, the data was rerouted to other links. ARPAnet began humbly with four computers connected together in 1969 but grew to span the North American continent.

ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) The standard for coding information into binary numbers. In other words, each letter of the alphabet, number and other characters are assigned a universally recognised binary number. With the ASCII standard established, it's possible to exchange data between different computers and software. One ASCII character takes up one byte of memory. ASCII was adopted in 1963 by the American National Standards Institute.

Attribute Within HTML element tags, the attribute is like a variable assigned a value such as a filename or html document, etc.

AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) An official policy formed by the NSF in the early stages of the Internet to disallow any for-profit, commercial activities. Although it is no longer official policy, it still lives on in spirit through netiquette.


Internet Glossary Web Design HTML Guide Web Publicity Web Tips Web Talk Web Links Web Site of the Week

Home | Index | Toon Zone | Web Zone | DTP Zone | Sev Shop | What's New
Glossary | Design | HTML | Publicity | Tips | Talk | Links | Site of Week
Discussion Board | Ideas Board | Sevilian Board | Privacy Policys

The Sev Wide Web and all content within are © Copyright 1997 by John Cook.
None of my material can be used on any other site without prior permission from the author.
However, feel free to link to my site from yours.


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