Internet Tip: Brush Up On Your Techno-Glossary

The techies in your office are constantly bringing you information about ISPs, LANs, WANs, bump mapping, P3P, DSTP and other terms that most people don't know and don't want to know about.

Luckily for the majority of us there is a technology encyclopaedia available on line, which defines this alphabet soup of today's technical lexicon.

Impress your friends at the next party by chatting knowingly about steganography (The art and science of hiding information by embedding messages within other, seemingly harmless messages.)

OK, so you may not use it everyday, but bookmark this site and you'll never again wonder what the heck the techies are saying...

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