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Are You C.L.I.C.K.? (Completely Literate on Internet and Computer Knowledge)

By Christopher Westra
I Create Cash - Cyborg Selling 

How are you doing on your computer and internet lingo?  Here is a quick quiz to know for sure.  This is the beginning quiz.  

You probably use these terms frequently, but many people don't know what they actually stand for.  When I hear an acronym, I just have to find out exactly what it means!

Operating my own internet business, I must know and constantly learn.  When I receive inspiration during the night, I tell my wife I received a "download".  When I need to get out of bed quickly, I just imagine hitting my "quick launch button".

We do home school with our four boys, and I give them computer lessons each week.  Often, they end up teaching me!  I needed to modify some graphics recently and my oldest boy said, "Oh, I know how to do that!"  So he taught me.

Now you have a chance to test your knowledge.  What do all of the following stand for?  Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page to see the answers.













If you do well on this quiz, perhaps you would do well with your own internet business.  


Christopher Westra is the author of "I Create Cash - Cyborg Selling:  How to Create Unlimited Income Using Automatic Cues to Action."


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Answers to the Click Quiz:

www = World Wide Web

isp = Internet Service Provide

dos = Data Operating System

html = Hyper Text Markup Language

http = Hyper Text Transfer Protocol

url = Uniform Resource Locator

spam = From Monty Python Skit (Yes, really).

pdf = Portable Document Format

.com = Commercial Web Site

.edu = Education Web Site

.gov = Governmental Web Site

.org = Organization Web Site (Often non-profit)