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Packet: This is a small amount of computer data sent over a network. Any time you receive data from the Internet it comes to your computer in the form of many little packets. Each packet contains the address of its origin and destination and information that connects it to the related packets being sent. The process of sending and receiving packets is known as "packet-switching." Packets from many different locations can be sent on the same lines and be sorted and directed to different routes by various computers along the way. It works a lot like the post office except billions of packets are transferred each day and most packets take less than a few seconds to reach their destination.

Parallel port: This interface is found on the back of a PC and is used for connecting external devices such as printers or a scanners. It uses a 25-pin connector (DB-25) and is rather large compared to most new interfaces. The parallel port is sometimes called a Centronics interface, since Centronics was the company that designed the original parallel port standard. It is sometimes also referred to as a printer port because the printer is the device most commonly attached to the parallel port. The latest parallel port standard, which supports the same connectors as the Centronics interface, is called the Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP). This standard supports bi-directional communication and can transfer data up to ten times faster than the original Centronics port. However, since the parallel port is a rather dated technology, don't be surprised to see USB or Firewire interfaces completely replace parallel ports in the future.

Parse: To parse text means to break it up into smaller parts. The term is commonly used in computer science to refer to reading programming code. For example, after a program is written, whether it be in C++, Java, or any other language, the code needs to be parsed by the complier in order to be compiled. Web scripts, written in scripting languages such as Perl or PHP, need to be parsed on the web server so that they can output the correct HTML to a user's browser. Parsing can also mean breaking up ordinary text. Search engines typically parse search phrases entered by users so that they can more accurately search for each word. Some programs can parse text documents and extract certain information like names or addresses. Spreadsheet programs can turn formatted documents into tables with rows and columns by parsing the text.

Partition: A partition is a section of a hard drive. When you format a hard drive you can usually choose the number of partitions you want. The computer will recognize each partition as a separate drive and each will show up under "My Computer" (Windows) or on the desktop (Macintosh). So why would you want to create multiple partitions? Well, there are two main reasons. One is if you want to have multiple operating systems on your computer. Typically, an operating system needs to be installed on its own partition so that it won't conflict with other operating systems on the machine. The other reason is that multiple partitions can improve the efficiency of your hard drive. On larger drives, the cluster or block size (which is the minimum amount of space a file can take up), is larger than on small drives. This can result in a waste of disk space if you have a lot of small files. So creating multiple partitions can actually give you more space. "Partition" can also be used as a verb meaning to create multiple partitions.

PCI: "Peripheral Component Interconnect" It is a hardware bus designed by Intel and used in both PCs and Macs. Most add-on cards such as SCSI, Firewire, and USB controllers use a PCI connection. Some graphics cards use PCI but most new graphics cards connect to the AGP slot. PCI slots are found in the back of your computer and are about 3.5" long and about 0.5" high. Before you go buy that Firewire expansion card make sure you have at least one PCI slot available.

PCMCIA: "Personal Computer Memory Card International Association" It can also mean, perhaps more appropriately, "People Can't Memorize Computer Industry Acronyms." This way-too-long acronym stands for an association founded in 1989 which develops standards for expansion cards for portable computers. The term is most commonly associated with the actual cards standardized by the organization. These cards are referred to as "PCMCIA cards," or simply "PC cards." There are three types of PCMCIA cards, all of which are rectangular and measure 8.56 by 5.4 cm., but have different widths:

  • Type I: up to 3.3 mm. thick, mainly used to add additional ROM or RAM
  • Type II: up to 5.5 mm. thick, typically used for fax/modem or network (NIC) cards
  • Type III: up to 10.5 mm. thick, often used to attach portable disk drives

PCMCIA slots also come in three sizes: a Type I slot can hold one Type I card, a Type II slot can hold one Type II card or two Type I cards, and a Type III slot can hold one Type III card or one Type I and one Type II card. PC Cards can be removed or inserted "on the fly" which means you don't have to turn your computer off to exchange them and you don't have to restart for your computer to recognize them.

PDA: "Personal Digital Assistant" These are the little electronic devices you see people jotting stuff down on in public. The first PDA, called the Newton, was created by Apple in 1993. Since then numerous other companies have jumped on the bandwagon and have added many new designs and options to the PDA market. The Palm Pilot, Handspring Visor, HP Jordana, Compaq Aero, Sharp Mobilon, and Sony Clié are all common PDAs. Sadly Apple's Newton was discontinued when the company was having financial difficulties in 1998. Today's PDAs allow you to organize your schedule, take notes, do math calculations, play games, write memos, and even surf the Internet and send e-mail.

PDF: "Portable Document Format" PDF is a multi-platform file format developed by Adobe Systems. A PDF file captures document text, images, and most impressively, the formatting of documents from a variety of applications. You can send a PDF document over the Internet to your friend and it will look the same way on his screen as it looks on yours. PDF documents also print out the same way they look on your monitor. To view a PDF file you need Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free application distributed by Adobe Systems. There is also an Acrobat Plug-in for web browsers that enables PDF files to be viewed from within your browser. For more information on PDF's check out Abobe's PDF Page.

Perl: Perl actually stands for "Practical Extraction and Report Language." Perl is a scripting language which uses a syntax similar to C/C++. It is commonly used by web programmers to create scripts for web servers. Perl is especially good at parsing text so programmers often use it for reading and searching through text files. As a regular computer user you won't get to see Perl in action since it does most of its work "behind the scenes." Perl scripts are run on the server computer before any information is sent to your web browser.

PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor, sometimes mentioned as Post Hypertext Preprocessor or Pre Hypertext Processor. The acronym is recursive with the initial P standing for PHP. PHP is an HTML-embedded web scripting language. This means PHP code can be inserted into the HTML of a web page. When a PHP page is accessed the PHP code is read or "parsed" by the server the page resides on. The output from the PHP functions on the page are typically returned as HTML code which can be read by the browser. Because the PHP code is transformed into HTML before the page is loaded users cannot view the PHP code on a page. This make PHP pages secure enough to access databases and other secure information. A lot of the syntax of PHP is borrowed from other languages such as C, Java and Perl. PHP has a number of unique features and specific functions as well. The goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly and easily. PHP is also great for creating database-driven web sites. If you would like to learn more about PHP the official site is php.net. Trivia: 'Personal Home Page' was the original name for the server-side scripting language PHP. Occasionally referred to as Perl Handler Pages. This web page employs PHP.

PIM: "Personal Information Manager" A PIM is a software application that serves as a planner, notebook, and address book all in one. It can also include things like a calculator, clock , and photo album. PIMs are especially popular for PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants) since this is why most people have them. However, for those of us who don't have all the latest portable gadgets, PIM programs are also available for desktop computers.

Ping: A ping is a test to see if a system on the network or the Internet is working. "Pinging" a server tests and records the response time of the server. Pinging multiple computers can be helpful in finding network or Internet bottlenecks so that data transfer paths can be rerouted a more efficient way. A good way to make sure you do not get disconnected from your dial-up ISP for being idle is to send a ping every 5 minutes or so. There are a number of shareware Ping programs that will do this for you.

Pixel: The term "pixel" is actually short for "Picture Element." These small little dots are what make up the images on computer displays, whether they are flat-screen (LCD) or tube (CRT) monitors. The screen is divided up into a matrix of thousands or even millions of pixels. Typically, you cannot see the individual pixels, because they are so small. This is a good thing, because most people prefer to look at smooth, clear images rather than blocky, "pixilated" ones. If you set your monitor to a low resolution, such as 640x480 and look closely at your screen, you will may be able to see the individual pixels. As you may have guessed, a resolution of 640x480 is comprised of a matrix of 640 by 480 pixels, or 307,200 in all. Each pixel can only be one color at a time. Since they are so small pixels often blend together to form various shades and blends of colors. The number of colors each pixel can be is determined by the number of bits used to represent it. For example, 8-bit color allows for 2 to the 8th, or 256 colors to be displayed. At this color depth you may be able to see "graininess," or spotted colors when one color blends to another. At 16, 24, and 32-bit color depths the color blending is smooth and, unless you have some kind of extra-sensory vision capability, you should not see any graininess.

Platform: In the computer world a "platform" typically refers to a computer's operating system. For example a Dell computer running Windows XP would be considered to be running on a Windows platform. An iMac, on the other hand, runs on the Macintosh platform. It is a more generic way of referring to a computer's operating system than having to specify, for example, Windows XP Professional SP 2, or Mac OS X 10.3.5. The term platform is often used when referring to what kind of computer systems a certain software program will run on.

Plug-in: A software plug-in is an add-on for a program that adds functionality to it. For example a Photoshop plug-in (such as Eye Candy) may add extra filters that you can use to manipulate images. A browser plug-in (such as Macromedia Flash or Apple QuickTime) allows you to play certain multimedia files within your web browser. VST plug-ins add effects for audio recording and sequencing programs such as Cubase and Logic Audio. Most graphics and audio programs today support plug-ins since they are a convenient way to expand the capabilities of the program. Though some plug-ins may be shipped with the program, most are developed by third-parties and are sold separately. Because companies that make browser plug-ins are often competing for a standard (such as Flash and QuickTime) these plug-ins are usually available as free downloads from the Internet.

PNG: "Portable Network Graphic" This format was designed as an alternative to the GIF format (which has been plagued by copyright issues). Like GIFs, PNG files are lossless, meaning they don't lose any detail when they are compressed. They support up to 48-bit color or 16-bit grayscale and typically compress about 5% to 25% better than GIF files. However, they do not support animations like GIFs do. A format similar to PNG, called MNG, is currently under development and will support animations.

Port: As if computer terms weren't hard enough to understand, there are three different meanings of the word "port."

1. An Internet port. This is a number that indicates what kind of protocol a server on the Internet is using. For example web servers typically are listed on port 80. Web browsers use this port by default when accessing web pages, but you can also specify what port you would like to use in the URL like this: http://www.excite.com:80. FTP uses port 21, e-mail uses port 25, and game servers, like a Quake server or Blizzard.net use various other ports.

2. A hardware port. This refers to any one of the ports that are on the front or back of a computer where devices can be hooked up like a keyboard, mouse, printer, digital camera, etc. Some common ports found on today's computers are USB, Firewire, and Ethernet.

3. The verb "port." This refers to the editing of a software program's code so that it can run on another platform. For example to get Final Fantasy VII to run on a PC programmers needed to port it to the PC from the Playstation. Popular Windows games are often ported to the Macintosh as well.

Portal: An Internet portal is a web site that acts as a starting point with links to many other sites. Some of the largest portals include Yahoo, Excite, Lycos, Netscape, AltaVista, MSN, and AOL.com. There are also many smaller portals known as "niche portals" for specific interests. These sites include C|net (for computers and technology), Fool.com (for investors), and Garden.com (for gardeners). Most large portals have millions of web pages indexed for visitors to search though. They also have a large directory of web sites which are categorized by topic. Though the primary purpose of a portal is to find other sites for you many now include a lot of information within their own sites.

PPGA: "Plastic Pin Grid Array" PPGA is a type of processor design or "form factor" used by the Intel Celeron processor. The design allows the heat generated by the chip to dissipate more quickly. This enables the processor to use more transistors and run at higher speeds without burning a hole in the side of your computer. If you'd like to know more about PPGA check out Intel's own documentation.

PPP: "Point to Point Protocol" This is the Internet standard for dial-up modem connections. PPP is a set of rules that defines how your modem exchanges packets of data with other systems on the Internet. If you connect to your ISP with a dial-up modem you're most likely using PPP.

Protocol: When computers communicate with each other there needs to be a common set of rules and instructions that each computer follows. A specific set of communication rules is called a protocol. Because of the many ways computers can communicate with each other, there are many different protocols. Some examples of these different protocols include PPP, TCP/IP, SLIP, HTTP, and FTP. Can you guess what the last "P" in each acronym stands for? If you guessed "protocol" send yourself a congratulations e-mail.

Proxy server: Most large businesses, organizations, and universities these days use a proxy server. This is a server that all computers on the local network have to go through before accessing information on the Internet. By using a proxy server an organization can improve the network performance and filter what users connected to the network can access. A proxy server improves Internet access speeds from a network primarily by using a caching system. Caching saves recently viewed web sites, images, and files on a local hard drive so that they don't have to be downloaded from the web again. While your web browser might save recently viewed items on your computer, a proxy server caches everything accessed from the network. That means if Bob views a news story at cnn.com at 1:00 and Jill views the same page at 1:03 she'll most likely get the page straight from the proxy server's cache. Though this means super-fast access to web pages it also means users might not be seeing the latest update of each web page. The other main purpose a proxy server is to filter what is allowed into the network. While HTTP, FTP, and Secure protocols can all be filtered by a proxy server, HTTP is the most common. The proxy server can limit what web sites users on the network can access. Many organizations choose to block access to sites with objectionable material such as hacking information and pornography, but other sites can be filtered as well. If an employer notices workers are spending too much time at sites like eBay or Quicken.com, those sites can be blocked by the proxy server as well.

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