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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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I like weblogging. To tell the truth, generally I dislike writing because sometimes I do some grammatical mistakes.
Learners' attitudes to weblogging have been positive even when they found it difficult to accomplish their written assignments to their satisfaction.
In the old days (1999-2001, roughly speaking), weblogging software was just that, weblogging software.
The front of Six Apart's web site splits weblogging software into "Business and Professional Blogging" (for the Typepad and Moveable Type products) and "Personal Blogging" (for LiveJournal and the newcomer, Vox).
Whether it's an open, honest personal journal that requires emotional involvement and perhaps the tacit agreement of loved ones who are mentioned within it, or a work of pure fictio, weblogging makes demands on people.
I can wring my hands as much as the next 55-year-old editor, I suppose, but I still find a lot more to like than lament in the Weblogging trend.
Weblogging, much like the rare good column writing you see in the traditional press, can open a dialogue with readers that newspapers could find useful.
Weblogging is often described as 'personal publishing' and that's where the personality aspect comes in.
The children who have joined his after-school weblogging club have even shown improvements across their school work, not just in IT lessons.
When weblogging was young, a small web development company called Pyra had the idea of using the system to track internal projects.
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.
Tom Watson, though, has taken the political website one step further, and embraced the weblogging concept - the idea that someone can publish a simple, personalised website and update it very often - to his heart.