The acronym “HTTP” stands for hypertext transfer protocol and appears at the front of every Internet address. HTTP is the method that browsers use to communicate with servers on the Internet, allowing computers to communicate with each other over different networks.
The .net domain is derived from the word "network," as the .net suffix was intended for use by networking organizations, and primarily Internet services providers. Due to a lack of enforcement of those original guidelines, the .net domain is now in general use.
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math. As of 2014, these are the fields that are expected to produce a high number of future jobs, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
The acronym "SEAL" stands for "Sea, Air and Land Force," which is a division of the U.S. Naval Special Warfare and Special Operations teams. Team members are referred to as "SEALs."
DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid, which is the molecule that carries genetic information in humans and all other living organisms.
The acronym PRNDL stands for park, reverse, neutral, drive and low. These letters are typically located on the gear shift of a car, on the dashboard or on the steering column behind the wheel.
"OOTD" stands for outfit of the day. It is an acronym developed by young female fashion bloggers. Bloggers and other social media users use this hashtag on photos of their daily outfits.