A set of links to the main sections of a website which appears on each web page within that website. The 'nav bar' often appears at the top or left of a web page: WebWise's navigation bar is underneath its banner and above this text, and contains links to all the different sections of WebWise.
A very small laptop that is lighter and easier to travel with than a normal laptop. Netbooks have smaller screens and keyboards than conventional laptops, and can often only perform more basic functions - like writing this glossary!
A form of etiquette for the internet which is understood by the majority of internet users. For example, typing everything in CAPITAL LETTERS is considered to be akin to shouting, and is not good netiquette.
Nearly obsolete forums for exchanging information and views over the internet which are held on special servers. When you post a message it is systematically copied to other newsgroup servers around the world so other people can read it and reply with their views.
A regular email sent out to lots of people with news and information on a specific subject. You can sign up to newsletters by submitting your email address to a company or organisation and they will send you information about their services.