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diarist

a person who keeps or writes a diary, esp one that is subsequently published
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Wei aims to understand the knowledge production gap in the form of different blogs, particularly, between filter blogs and personal journals, and examines whether various forms of blogs with different levels of political knowledge demonstrate unequal social power.
A BURGLAR with a conscience was caught on CCTV returning the personal journal of a young woman killed in a car crash that had been stolen from her parents' home.
A section titled "My Personal Journal of Hope" was included in each chapter.
This book, in its handwritten, personal journal style, takes the reader on a journey of self-discovery.
Enhanced with well over three hundred color illustrations, full color maps, a resource directory, checklist, and even space for writing a personal journal, "African Safari Journal" is an excellently crafted traveling companion.
News-editing and news-production duties are divided into four broad areas: News and Page One desks, and Personal Journal and Weekend Journal.
Keeping a personal journal is one of the most powerful tools you can use to balance your thoughts and feelings and map out future goals.
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.
This book is different from most stories because Cleo Hutton writes it as a personal journal.
Students also maintained a personal journal of their thoughts and feelings.
Blog noun [short for Weblog] (1999): a Web site that contains an online personal journal with reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks provided by the writer.
It is expected that Pursuits will closely resemble the Journal's Personal Journal and Weekend Journal sections that focus on lifestyle stories and have helped the newspaper drive revenue as its core business-focus ad base has shrunk.

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