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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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Weblogs are the internet websites with html extensions that, one or more webloggers' posts are loaded and, aligned in chronological order (Ferdig & Trammell, 2004 Li & Chignel, 2010).
The detailed review of literature on application of blogging was presented in our previous article which described our research into using weblogs for improving learners' writing skills (Kavaliauskiene, Anusiene and Mazeikiene 2006).
Weblogs bring differences in use, application and intention to the reflective process when contrasted with more traditional paper reflective journals.
Like "Godfather," a number of weblogs discuss the perception and misperception of Muslims around the world.
The automatic "Next Blog" button on Blogger can lead to spam, porn, or otherwise undesirable Weblogs.
Herald-Sun lost her job because of an entry on her personal Weblog in which she criticized her job--even though her post didn't name her company, the writer, or co-workers or bosses.
org, the weblog of 30-something Londoner Tom Coates.
Weblogs incorporates Engadget, a consumer technology blog rated as the third most popular web journal site by Technorati, a blog search and indexing site.
Technorati, a blog search engine and measurement firm, calls blogs a personal journal on the web and says the power of weblogs is that they allow millions of people to easily publish their ideas and millions more to comment on them.
com) to collect Web links, best practices, and information about using Weblogs and related technologies in the K-12 classroom.
Weblogs allow individuals to publish their own content in a chronological order alongside entries made by other users.
You can get a lot more about the history of weblogs from his site at www.