Web log


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Web log

(1) See blog.

(2) A file that contains the transactions and activity on a website. See Web analytics.
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Meanwhile, out on the bleeding edge, some of our more adventurous colleagues are syndicating their Web log content via RSS (Rich Site Summary or Real Simple Syndication).
Because I have always kept personal and professional journals, a trend on the Web caught my attention--the development of Web logs, often referred to simply as blogs.
A Web log is a file to which the Web server writes information each time a user requests a resource from that particular site preprocessing a web usage mining model aims to reformat the original web logs to identify user's access sessions.
The resulting web log data are found to be lacking in structure and organization, hence making users feel disoriented and at loss during navigation due to information overload [1].
Web Usage Mining also known as Web Log Mining is the extraction of user behaviour from web log data.
Bernaldes' web log "Bjorn Cebuano Media" earned him the award of Social Media Advocate of the Year.
SmarterTools continues to make great strides in the Windows software market with SmarterMail (an Exchange-level Windows mail server), SmarterTrack (a powerful help desk application), and SmarterStats (comprehensive Web log analytics and SEO software).
An ISI director produces periodic web log reports and distributes them to the ISI journal editors.
The only solution was a moderated Web log. The newspaper's blogs were all on TypePad, so that is what we picked as well.
The blog-column category is open to all North Americans who write a Web log of original material, whether published independently or by a third party (their employer, media syndicate or aggregator).
A new Web log, or blog, brings information and support to senior citizens with cancer and their caregivers.