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  • World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
    An international industry consortium founded in 1994 to develop common standards for the evolution of the web.
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  • worm
    A type of virus, a worm does not require a host program or data file to copy itself.
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  • wrist rest
    A raised surface to rest the arms and wrist when using the mouse or keyboard, to avoid getting repetitive strain injury (RSI).
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  • write
    To write data is to save it to a file.
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  • write protect
    The prevention of unintentionally overwriting data on backing store. This can be achieved either by hardware or software.
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  • write-once, read-many (WORM)
    An optical disk system, that allows the user to write data on the next available portion of the disk. A portion of the disk can have data written on it only once, but all the data can be read as often as required. Some WORM disks allow the overwriting of data so as to spoil or erase them.
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  • www
    Short for World Wide Web. Part of the internet, the web is comprised of all the websites which are accessed via the internet.
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  • WYSIWYG (1)
    "What You See Is What You Get" (pronounced
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  • WYSIWYG (2)
    What You See Is What You Get. When the screen display looks exactly the same as the printed output in layout.