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Blog

A website to which a person or persons may regularly post journal entries or commentaries. A blog may be a personal diary, a collaboration concentrating on a theme or nearly anything in between. Most blogs allow readers to comment on each entry. Some blogs attract large followings and are monetized through advertisements and in other ways. As of 2007, there were more than 100 million blogs worldwide.
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an international work effectiveness company whose offerings enhance the quality of people's lives in work environments, today launched the first edition of 360 e-zine.
He didn't offer his first book until he'd been publishing the e-zine for six months.
More information about Jay Huling and his free e-zine The Huling Letter is available at www.
But if the e-zine delivers valuable content on a consistent basis, she won't.
The E-zine is the first of a number of communication tools designed to provide easy access to advice and information on launching a new enterprise.
When I started my site and e-zine, I had no intention of becoming a published writer.
The author: Gregg Easterbook, a senior editor at The New Republic whose column, ``Tuesday Morning Quarterback,'' appears weekly during the NFL season on the e-zine Slate.
He's a privatization promoter, supply-sider, and e-zine auteur.
Their services for business users also include: A Comprehensive Buyers' Guide, New Product Guide, A quick-find EU and UK legislation service, Careers Centre, Request For Quote service (RFQ) and e-zine, regular news summaries and special issues.
In a recent piece in the e-zine Wired, Brad Wieners reports that "the digital gold rush and $10 trillion worth of inheritance being doled out to baby boomers are conspiring to make thousands of formerly modest Americans stinking rich," and for a number of these "lucky" folks the American Dream has become something of a nightmare.
She announced the recent launch of the Pantone e-zine on www.
According to Digitalcity, New York's e-zine of digital age business and culture, there are now more than 1,100 Silicon Alley companies in Manhattan south of 41 st Street; another 450 in Midtown; and 571 spread out throughout the rest of Manhattan.