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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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Unlike the referred studies, in this study according to the data gathered from the interviews made with the participants, being a weblogger was viewed as a kind of access to being a writer.
Today's announcement is our first step to building a platform for our pro-level webloggers to defray the costs of maintaining their weblog," he said.
The biggest risk is that an individual weblogger might get something wrong, perhaps deliberately and maliciously.
Gumshoe weblogger JULIAN SANCHEZ explains how "dilettante swarms" on the Net, himself among them, quickly unraveled a gun research riddle and solved "The Mystery of Mary Rosh" (page 16).
Six Apart, known for its award-winning and innovative software used by webloggers around the world, announced today that it has received $10 million in Series B funding from August Capital.
Built in response to the needs of the next generation of webloggers -- everyday people who wish to use weblogs to communicate with family, friends and topic-focused communities -- TypePad is designed to make it simple for anyone on the Internet to publish easily accessible, media-rich weblogs and photo albums.
12 million blogs have been created on these services: Blog-City, BlogSpot, Diaryland, LiveJournal, Pitas, TypePad, Weblogger and Xanga.
Weblogger Rebecca Blood, author of "The Weblog Handbook," tackles the issue of how Weblogs and journalism are connected.
And late last year a Weblogger picked up Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott's comments about Strom Thurmond from a C-Span broadcast and ignited an online firestorm that, in turn, prompted mainstream news organizations to become involved in reporting the story.
In addition, this paper provides implications for practice and research to further explore the students' blog-mediated practice in learning academic genres, the influence of social norms and of technological characteristics on blogging practices, the relationships between bloggers and their audiences, the relationship between personal webloggers and their imagined and actual audiences, and the prevalence of personally sensitive information in weblogs.
Zuckerman believes that local webloggers should become the bridges between different cultures and nations, so that real information can get through cultural and ideological barriers.