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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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Another (more reputable) theory is that the Web journal should replicate the print environment.
The World Wide Web Journal, a technical publication aimed at Webmasters, programmers, and managers, provides timely, in-depth coverage of the W3C's technological developments, such as protocols for security, replication and caching, HTML and SGML, and content labeling.
a Web journal and resource for senior managers that includes
It comes with a companion website that provides lecture slides, study questions, and links to web journals.
Blogs are Web journals where people typically write opinions and link to other material on the Internet.
Other main sources are web versions of news and public opinion magazines such as TIME magazine and The New Republic, as well as web journals including Salon.
Dagmar published twelve books and more than 150 articles, review essays, and commentaries in print and web journals.
Resources include organizations, Web journals, and general and categorized references (relating to birth defects, bone cancer, complementary and alternative medicine, nutrition, osteoporosis, and pain management).
says it is setting new policies on shutting down Web journals after its much-publicized squelching of a well-known Chinese blogger at the request of Chinese officials.
Microsoft defines blogs as frequently updated personal web journals that can dramatically help both small and large companies communicate their product messages They increase people's ability to share ideas and information exponentially, and on a worldwide scale.
Now, bullies can target students on computer instant messaging, Web journals, cell phones and e-mail.
Six students have volunteered to provide web journals that give a day-to-day account of their lives on campus, explains Michael Griffin, webmaster and director of news services.