www101.org, a valuable tool for end users, students and consumers of all ages, has moved to a new location while keeping its essential design and content features: a straightforward site with plenty of information and no ads or unnecessary content.
The newer nonprofit website (about 6 mos. old) has 23 pages which address modern computing issues such as pc security, safe browsing techniques, online privacy, social networks, micro enterprise website design, email systems and usage, online accounts, SEO, tag placement, program types, online advertising, search and browsers, research techniques, and online application tips.
The website is geared toward pc literate end users and hopes to provide consumers with tips toward promoting a healthier web environment through safe pc usage and input habits. Current topics such as server side vs. client side technologies, open source vs. proprietary programs, system dynamics, databases, email functions, and open content are addressed and explained with non-technical terms.
A number of interesting areas not mentioned much in traditional media are highlighted, such as forum safety, site access options, contact preference settings, information resource accuracy, privacy disclosures, link and ad functions, page design/indexing/