A word cloud is a weighted set of terms that are relevant to the
content of a particular web page. Sometimes called a tag cloud,
the relevance of various terms is depicted with varying font sizes,
font colors, or relative positions. This word cloud website references
encyclopedic articles and news reports about various topics; topical pages
are linked by related words and phrases that are listed on the left side
of each page. This list of related words and phrases, often called tags,
is ordered by relevance; the most relevant tag appears at the top of the list.
To navigate this word cloud, use the alphabetic encyclopedia index above. Or select one of the "seed words"
listed in the blue bar on the lefthand side of the page, and drill down into the word cloud pages
until you find the information that you seek. Word clouds such as this provide intuitive alternatives
to directories that are organized hierarchically.
For illustrative purposes, information listings for the term
words are shown below, along with relevant tags. This term
is highlighted in boldface type in the listing descriptions.
The words Digital Image, Digital Video, or Photograph,
when displayed in parentheses next to links, indicate references to captioned images,
videos, and photographs, respectively.
A silhouette of a black hand on a blue background exhibits various words associated with computer and network security. Many organizations and individuals go to great lengths to protect their computers, and the information stored thereon, from viruses and other security threats.
Camcorder is a hybrid word made from the wordscamera and recorder, which indicates that a video camcorder can capture video and audio at the same time. Most camcorders record on built-in hard disk drives or memory cards.
A graphic illustration shows the nib of a fountain pen dripping a perfect teardrop-shaped drop of black ink. Antique or modern, many different kinds of fountain pens can be used to inscribe words onto paper.
Amazing Grace is one of the most popular hymns today, even several centuries after its writing. Find the words to this well-known gospel song written by John Newton.