DNS associates a human-readable Web address with a machine-identifying number called the “IP address.”
For the P2PU Webmaking 101 DNS activity, the assigned activity was to “illustrate” DNS.
Here’s my take.
Maybe it’s a stretch, but there you are.
Tool used: The Free Software vector graphics program, Inkscape. Great!
Update (September 25, 2013). It has been three months since I posted this entry. It was part of the sequence for P2PU Webmaking101. I guess it still is part of that. There’s a problem, though. This morning, there were 56 pending posts at the badge section of the challenge for “Understanding DNS.” Now, understand, I’m in this for the experience and for the skill. I don’t actually need to be awarded a badge to be happy. There are 55 OTHER P2PU participants whose submissions for the badge are languishing. The problem can be solved, easily. Each of those waiting can evaluate three others on the list. Suddenly the 5 month backlog will disappear.