Used in chapter(s)
XML, Agents and
Agents and Avatars
Thin, discret labels attached to items in
order to track their whereabouts using
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
technology. Also known as `smart tags' (see
DigiCULT Watch Report 1, pp. 63-93.)
A file that specifies the presentation or
appearance of a document (including Web
A pen-like device used to input data and
make selections on the touchscreen of a
The conversion from one digital encoding
scheme (or format) to another.
A data object containing two or more
A unique ID (usually in the form of a Web
address) used to differentiate between
Adding a distinguishing mark to a digital
object during or after digitisation, often
indicating proof of origin/ownership.
A frequently-updated, collaborative Web site
consisting of posts from registered users.
Often used as online `diaries',Weblogs are
commonly and informally known as `blogs'.
A small, collaborative Web database wherein
any user can edit any page.
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