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microblog

A blog that contains brief entries about the daily activities of an individual or company. Created to keep friends, colleagues and customers up-to-date, small images may be included as well as brief audio and video clips. The most popular microblogs are Twitter and Tumblr. See blog, Twitter and Tumblr.
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The results showed that those who had been led to feel socially apprehensive were more likely to microblog.
In this paper we investigate the problem of rumor identification in microblog systems.
First of all, some popular users on microblog are followed by many users just for their popularity.
Soho China, a commercial and residential developer, posted a government document on its Weibo microblog over the weekend that required public buildings, such as party and government offices, retail spaces, and office buildings, to set room temperatures no higher than 14 degrees Celsius (57 degrees Fahrenheit).
Microblog posts criticizing this year's Jinhua festival first appeared early this month.
Sina Weibo Incident Monitor (SWIM) is a multi-disaster detector based on near-real-time microblog messages from China.
Investigations were ongoing, and the offenders would be severely punished, the microblog said.
63%) also said on its microblog Sunday that it stopped using the supplier amid safety concerns and is investigating the company and its affiliates.
The Xinjiang government said on its microblog that it planned to send a 20-person rescue team to the area, in which it said virtually nobody lived.
Students microblog on sites like Twitter to share resources, communicate with peers, inquire about specific materials, and follow experts in a particular subject matter.
Property developers force up home prices to such high levels, it's time for them to surrender some of their profits," user Lili277 posted on a weibo microblog, a Chinese equivalent to Twitter.
The Beijing News, while reporting the story of microblog monitors, has admitted that it is impossible for the government to delete all 'undesirable" postings,' reports BBC's Dong Le.