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n. a type of online diary that someone makes available to other people on the internet. (A very popular way to communicate one’s personal details without any social interaction.) John started a weblog so that other people could read about what he eats for breakfast. I deleted my blog, since it was too silly.
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h- There is no specific time for weblog writing, whenever a person wants to add a post or an image, he/she can do it.
A weblog contains a straightforward structure that is easy to use while it is impossible to find my previous entry in my wiki.
Bull, Bull, and Kajder (2003) used weblogs as reflective journals for preservice teachers in a technology course, considering the weblog a "communication medium that is more structured than an e-mail list and more focused than a discussion board.
5) With weblogs as one of the main sources of reference, Alavi attempts to march through the dynamic and sparkling history of Iran in 365 pages, with emphasis on the last quarter of the 20th century.
The merger takes the best of WebLOG, ILAP and WebLIDB to provide a single authoritative data source for logistics info.
Lane Medical Library at Stanford University Medical Center has used an internal Weblog to communicate frequently asked reference, information, and policy questions since October 2004.
Technorati, a real-time search engine that tracks the blogosphere--the collective term encompassing all Weblogs or blogs as a community or social network--said a new blog is created about every second, with more than 80,000 blogs created daily.
In a statement, a spokesman said: "Aware of the sensitivities of the blogging community, and our responsibilities in this area, this weblog was experimental and always intended to be simply a fun, reactive site for people to find.
The Weblog traffic has since grown to encompass different students and schools, making it clear to our students that others are reading and learning from their work.
For example, we have a Weblog on the OpportunityWales website which encourages content from users on all areas of e-commerce.
The word "weblog" was first used by Jorn Barger, owner of the long-established and popular Robot Wisdom weblog.
The growth of weblog use has been exponential; millions are currently in operation.
She defined weblogs as "a cross between a diary, a web site, and an online community"; weblogs are sites built using specially designed blogging software that makes creating and maintaining a weblog a quick and easy process.
Suddenly, anyone with an interest in the outcome of the election was able to dive into a weblog devoted to their favourite candidate, and discover a community of politics-obsessives to talk to online.