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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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Sina and other Chinese microblog operators already deploy technicians and software to monitor content and block and remove comment deemed unacceptable, especially about protests, official scandals and party leaders.
Buechel discovered that people who were higher on the social apprehension scale were more likely to microblog after they had experienced negative emotions (as a result of watching the "Silence of The Lambs" clip).
We use the trained classifiers from the second phrase to predict whether a microblog post is a rumor.
First, user interest in microblog changes over time or time interval.
This subsection introduces the classification processing of Tibetan microblog text.
In this paper, we mainly focus on topic-specific expert identification on microblog. To address the limitations of previous approaches, we propose a novel model, which can detect topics and infer experts in the same generative process.
Microblog posts criticizing this year's Jinhua festival first appeared early this month.
Up to 1,500 microblog messages each contains the keyword are displayed.
Investigations were ongoing, and the offenders would be severely punished, the microblog said.
McDonald's (MCD +0.63%) also said on its microblog Sunday that it stopped using the supplier amid safety concerns and is investigating the company and its affiliates.
The Xinjiang government said on its microblog that it planned to send a 20-person rescue team to the area, in which it said virtually nobody lived.
Students microblog on sites like Twitter to share resources, communicate with peers, inquire about specific materials, and follow experts in a particular subject matter.