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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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After 90 days, any extra money will made be available for the weblogger to spend via PayPal or to pay for future subscription fees.
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.
The abandonment rate did vary significantly based on which service was being used: Pitas, BlogSpot and Diaryland had above average abandonment rates; Xanga had an average abandonment rate; LiveJournal had the lowest abandonment rate (the sample size for Blog-City, TypePad and Weblogger was too low to compare).
Motivations to produce user generated content: differences between webloggers and videobloggers.
The whole distasteful episode left people wondering how webloggers should respond, and some calling for a "code of conduct".
offers webloggers the possibility to make their blogs mobile.
You only have to Google your way through a random selection of webloggers - average age well south of 35 - to realise that the younger end of the web is obsessed with the goings on in Wavertree, Westminster and Washington.
He says: "I'm a big fan of blogging, so I would like to offer webloggers a free listing in exchange for a few words.
The Culture War, which seemed to take a back seat to the genuine article in those traumatized days of late 2001, has come back with a vengeance, with current-events webloggers taking a central role in the hysterical Red/Blue scrums over Terri Schiavo's comatose body, Janet Jackson's exposed nipple, and the pressing national security issue of whether people of the same sex should be able to obtain a marriage certificate.