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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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Moblogging has become the medium of choice for many journalists covering wars, riots, and other visually newsworthy crises because it has three essential elements that members of the press revere.
All this would suggest that moblogging is not, as an industry, much of a money-spinner.
The Picostation technology is an end-to-end moblogging solution for wireless operators and device manufactures.
In addition, Webshots offers a number of ways for friends and family to share photos with one another -- Photo Messages (TM), moblogging, online photo albums, and custom prints and gifts.
Working with Buzznet has allowed us to easily incorporate moblogging into the M3 Web site," said David Prince, founder of M3.
This takes video moblogging to a new level," said textamerica Founder Chris Hoar.
Today at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Rocket Mobile(R), a leading provider of client-based mobile handset software technologies, demonstrated their moblogging (mobile blogging) software for BREW-enabled handsets.
Just as wireless mobile devices let users check their email from any location, our moblogging software lets people post weblog entries, audio and photos to their existing weblogs from their mobile device, no matter where they are," said Mena Trott, Six Apart's CEO and co-founder.
With moblogging, users now have the option to upload photos from their camera phones directly to their blog sites while traveling, or wherever they may be.
The site, updated 6-8 times a day, provides breaking tech/gadget news from Tokyo and around the globe, live moblogging (or mobile-blogging directly from a photo-enabled cell phone) from tech hotspots like Tokyo's Akiba district, expert product reviews, and shopping links for the most unattainable notebooks, phones, and other gadgets.