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webring

n
(Computer Science) (often capital) a set of related websites that one can visit one after the other
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anneau de sites
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NASCAR effect: A collection of award icons, banners, webrings, and ads that clutter the bottom or top of a webpage.
Sites composed of lists of links, long pages of unclassified and annotated links, webrings or published bookmarks.html files from the Netscape browser." Their presence was not just a matter of personal branding or information.
The media of online diaries, blogs, and webrings are valuable to researchers as newly emergent forms of the personal document.
To illustrate, DA was one of the first to cover the K12 applications for emerging Internet technologies including blogs, instant messaging, online robots, podcasting, RSS, VoIP, Webrings, Wiki sites, and online social networks.
Not that they do not exist everywhere else, but English is the majority language by far and the figures show a consistent dominance of North Americans (in number of diaries, webrings and readership).
We also included links to listservs, Usenet groups, bulletin boards, and WebRings where users could find online emotional support groups similar to those monitored in our study (see Figure 1).
Or they can be created independently, then hooked into freer-floating webrings like "Shut Up You're Only 16!" and "Music Girl." Some are smart; some are sappy.
Most of the astronomy-related webrings have fewer than 25 sites; a couple have more than 100.
The last chapter brings up Webrings and Geographical Information Systems (GIS).
WEBRINGS - linking sites on the same subject -are now the accepted way of keeping like- minded geeks in a world of their own.