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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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The employed methods of gathering data consisted of administering specially designed questionnaires, analyzing students' responses, carrying out weblogging activities, providing feedback to learners and evaluating learners' performance in various online activities, and analyzing the utility of weblogging.
In the old days (1999-2001, roughly speaking), weblogging software was just that, weblogging software.
We are committed to delivering the best weblogging tools on the Web, and look forward to watching the Friendster Blog community take shape.
Release of TypePad Japan is a major milestone for us, and is indicative of our commitment to make weblogging easy for people all around the world," said Mena Trott, Six Apart's president and co-founder.
is the company behind the Movable Type publishing platform, the TypePad personal weblogging service and LiveJournal, an online community organized around personal journals.
We're proud to be working with companies who are leveraging the integrated multimedia features of TypePad to bring video into the mainstream of weblogging.
The children who have joined his after-school weblogging club have even shown improvements across their school work, not just in IT lessons.
The husband and wife team designed the weblogging software from their home in 2001.
Just as email revolutionized social communications in the 1990s, weblogging is now redefining how people share their thoughts, experiences and lives online," said Barak Berkowitz, Six Apart's chief executive officer.
Blogger may lack some of the zippier features found on other weblogging services, but it remains the simplest and easiest to use.
Until now, doing so would require a complicated barrage of networking, authoring and weblogging software that would need to be configured to work together in order to moblog.
If you think this is all just hype from someone who's been a blogger from the early days (I abandoned the webbit of my weblog, and turned it into a mailing list, before all this weblogging stuff caught on), then I refer you to some of the fascinating gossip and rumour churning around the net (not least among the blog sites) in the last couple of weeks.