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Joe Bloggs

A typical, ordinary, average person. (Though suggesting a male given the use of "Joe," it does not necessarily refer to a man.) Their security is so lax that any old Joe Bloggs could walk right up and take their equipment. For any new piece of technology to succeed in the market these days, it has to be easy for any Joe Bloggs to pick up and use.
See also: joe

blog

1. noun A webpage that is, or is similar to, an online journal, typically in which entries are posted regularly and in chronological order. The term is short for "weblog." I think it would be fun to start a fashion blog!
2. verb To maintain and post entries to a blog. I've been so busy that I haven't blogged in weeks. When I was going through that rough patch, I found it really helpful to blog about it.

ˌJoe ˈBloggs

(British English) (American English ˌJoe ˈBlow) (informal) a way of referring to a typical ordinary person: What will this promised cut in taxes really mean to Joe Bloggs and his family?As the son of a senator, of course he has advantages that the average Joe Blow doesn’t have.
See also: joe

weblog

and blog
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.

blog

verb
See weblog
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The landscape of Egyptian blogs is introduced in more detail in the second chapter, which focuses on the texts and paratexts of six blogs.
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The authors would like to thank Lily Sacharow, Rebecca Nowicki, Jordan Moore, and Angiah Davis for their insightful contributions during our ACRL roundtable of April 12, 2013, entitled "Blogs in the Library: Creating an Inclusive Mode of Communication for Diverse & Non-Traditional Student Populations."
Blogging instructors, like Lotich, encourage others to self-host their site and use the free WordPress.org program to set up a blog. You can purchase domain hosting for as little as $10 per month and, although WordPress is not as user friendly as Blogger, many folks are able to navigate it on their own.
Rettberg argues that there is a current symbiosis between the two, with blogs having the ability to empower readers by acting as gatekeepers or gatewatchers while also serving the needs of mainstream journalism for sources and content.
Once you have large number of readers on your blog, you can earn from paid advertisement, sponsored content, freelancer work and you can also sell products like e-books, e-courses through your blog.
As blogs continue to proliferate, tax professionals will increasingly be asked questions related to the specific issues that bloggers face.
There are also revenue streams from occasional advertising on the blogs that WordPress hosts.
Bloggers are able to enter their own work or people can nominate the blogs they enjoy reading.
The UpsideLMS Blog retains all the 'Learning Management' related posts from the Upside Learning Blog, and continues to carry much of the latter's look and feel with some new features being planned over the next few months.