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blogosphere

The total universe of blogs. See blog.
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If you listen closely, tuning in to the conversation beyond the oft-expressed contempt for mainstream media, you'll find the blogosphere actually needs mainstream media.
That's not easy, given the amorphous nature of the blogosphere, but at least the bloggers can make a good-faith effort to demand accountability, instead of making excuses for the lack of it.
Latina Bloggers Connect also covers the buzz in the Latina blogosphere, especially in relation to brands working with bloggers.
As each campaign moves closer towards November, it will be interesting to see how RelevantNoise scores the contest in the blogosphere.
She set the blogosphere afire by judging Jason Castro's Neil Diamond performance, mistakenly judging two songs when he only sang one.
Snakk Media Brings the First Mobilized Blogosphere to Life, Beginning with 310.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- An innovative new web site was launched today that exposes bias in political coverage from both the mainstream media and the blogosphere.
4 billion links a day) predict that the blogosphere doubles in size every six months, then it's apparent new material is needed by the nanosecond.
Once it was released into the blogosphere, however, reporters could find it quickly on blogs.
Latest Track Includes Some of the Most Well-Known Personalities from Yardbarker, GridIron Gab and Others Throughout the Sports Blogosphere
From political faux pas and celebrity mug shots, to athletic achievements and rap album wars, BuzzLogic knows which conversation topics were heating up the blogosphere in 2007.
The blog has found a generally receptive audience but like all things in the unfiltered blogosphere, reaction from other bloggers can be swift -- and sometimes brutal.