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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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Even where a microblogger is unlikely to actively search for a term such as #sleepy, and it is being used within a post as a kind of intensifier, appending the hashtag intertextually references the ambient co-presence of other 'sleepy' microbloggers within the social media stream and appears to be linked to supporting ambient solidarity.
Yao is the most-followed microblogger on Sina Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter.
wrote one microblogger under the name "YFY Laoyu", saying he changed his mind about buying the stamp after seeing the fierce design.
According to Chinese media, the loophole was first reported by a microblogger on Thursday and has been around since June this year.
And, in one of his delightful connections, Levinson tells us that Marshall McLuhan really was a microblogger avant la lettre.
Keystone Commons currently has approximately 4500 registered members (PAIUNet, 2011) and includes social networking tools such as blogs, wikis, bookmarks, and a microblogger (PAIUNet, 2011).
Each single post created by an individual microblogger possesses the potential to attract numerous reposts and comments in a very short period of time, converging individual voices into collective ones and exerting its powerful impact at crucial junctures.
They're using despicable means to acquit Li," said a microblogger.
Speculation has mounted that it is an organised campaign, and columnist and microblogger Lian Peng said he bought a new iPad on Friday "on purpose" and will "seriously consider buying an iPhone 5".
basketball teams needs to be cut," said a microblogger named Yinnu.
Keystone Commons currently has over 2900 registered members (PAIUNet, 2010) and includes social networking tools such as blogs, wikis, social bookmarks, and a microblogger (PAIUNet, 2010).
This is definitely better than calling women 'comrades'", a microblogger commented, according to (http://www.