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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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Starting a personal blog can be easy and inexpensive: pick a name; choose one of the various free blogging hosts (or platforms), such as Blogger, WordPress, or Posterous; and start writing.
My personal blog is really about me sharing my thoughts on all sorts of things in my life," Tupan said.
V I CT I M Luke Rolfe, of Birtley, was bullied through social networking site Facebook, on his personal blog and on various other web pages
When instead, by court ruling or company policy, the responsibility for content on social networks or personal blogs is placed with the employer, how could the position of an employee then be described in any other way but as serfdom?
Tatter co-chief executive Chang-Won Kim announced the deal on his personal blog in an entry titled "We ve been Googled
lt;p>"This announcement reflects a conclusion that we've come to that, for us, providing analytics in the form of a stand-alone tool like ACA doesn't present the best value or utility for our customers," Ian Thomas, Microsoft's director of yield business intelligence product management, wrote in his personal blog.
of Fayetteville, uses Twitter and LinkedIn to stay in touch with clients and Facebook and a personal blog to stay in touch with friends.
On his personal blog, Reich noted how replaceable experienced laborers are: "People can be trained relatively quickly for these sorts of jobs, as well as many infrastructure jobs generated by the stimulus.
After the couple called it a day last week, Travis posted a message thought to be aimed at poor Katy on his personal blog.
Whether it is the university admissions officer who checked the mySpace profiles of applicants, or the insurance company that refused cover based on information it unearthed on a personal blog, or the employer who fired an employee for opinions expressed online.
Micro Persuasion is not a corporate blog, it is Rubel's personal blog that actually pre-dates his time at Edelman.
Have you ever accessed a client, industry or entertainment/ personal blog on mobile device only to see a mess of images and text?