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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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Weblogs incorporates Engadget, a consumer technology blog rated as the third most popular web journal site by Technorati, a blog search and indexing site.
Although the intent of the web journal was to bring clarity to important issues, allow for a living record of the learning process and aid in written reflection (deAcosta, 1995), it sometimes created tension, fatigue and inconvenience.
During the first half of the week, each day's key activities will be summarised by Northrop Grumman personnel in a Web journal called "News from the Flightline".
Save activities to a personal Web journal to view and share with friends.
Rusinkiewicz's professional activities include serving on the Member Advisory Board of the World Wide Web Consortium and as the Editor-in-Chief of the World Wide Web Journal.
Deep Blue would also like to announce that the Deep Blue Internet team have set up a Web journal, where the crew will be posting updates and images from their adventures.
A blog is a Web journal that is an important tool for SMBs to communicate with consumers about the latest news, products and services relevant to their business.
Founded in 1982, IN3 produces public conference and executive education events around the world and publishes a web journal at http://IN3.
com/, and he will correspond with SoBe fans via web journal updates from Everest base camp.
The application consists of a Java-based handset to record distance, speed, and caloric-burn metrics in addition to a personal Web journal in which users can store their training logs, set account preferences, download new workout profiles to phones, and link personal accounts to partner Web sites such as motionbased.
Share photos with family members and friends * Communicate via a two-way Web journal (known as a weblog or "blog") * Instantly publish content for the user's Home page and additional pages * Use Web-based email with junk mail filtering and an address book * Coordinate events with an online calendar * View Web site visitation statistics * Restrict access to only authorized users on a page-by-page basis