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Synonyms for blog

a shared on-line journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences and hobbies


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read, write, or edit a shared on-line journal

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Called "The Wisdom of Crowds Hits the Campaign Trail," the project will recruit "large groups of citizen journalists from around the country to cover the major presidential candidates" on a group of blogs, each of which will be dedicated to a specific candidate.
Deemed the "god of environmental blogs," TreeHugger is currently the daily traffic leader.
Blogs and any one-man specialist websites involve treading a lonely path.
By 1999, weblogs were nicknamed blogs and experienced exponential growth.
To access FEI's Section 404 blog directly, go to http://www2.
Blogs have traditionally been the domain of the amateur journalist and the high tech crowd, but in the last year or two they have become more popular as a legitimate business tool.
Already on the rise, such sites really started to take off after the 9/11 attacks, as ordinary people started blogs to vent, to organize, and to reach out to people they hadn't met.
Leading Real Estate Companies of the World[TM], an international real estate network, has partnered with Blogging Systems[TM], the leading real estate blog solutions company that positions realtors and brokers as vital to their communities through consumer-centric blogs focusing on community and real estate information.
The blogosphere, the world of blogs and blogging, is growing very rapidly.
Singleton, author of The Seer series, maintains blogs on both LiveJournal and Blogger--programs that can be mastered by anyone with a working knowledge of word processing.
The use of Blogs or personal Web page journals has developed over the past five years into a flourishing athletic activity with enthusiasts everywhere anxious to keep a record of their activities and to exchange thoughts and ideas with fellow cyber-space readers.
Today, blogs come in all shapes and sizes for a variety of purposes, including serving as education tools, town forums, personal diaries and real-time updates on news events.