"The Maldives is slowly relapsing back to a dictatorship", says Medium, a U.S.-based blog host
A blog that owns its domain can be distinguished from one that does not by the absence of the blog host
's name in the blog's web address.
Buis and Carpenter explored blog content in relation to credentials of individual bloggers and blog host
sites, based on the premise that blogs have the potential to be crucial tools for health consumers, not only due to the links they provide to external websites, but also due to their capacity for supporting discourse through the comment function .
My blog host
has a blog called, "Real Lawyers Have Blogs." (http://kevin.lexblog.com/) We need to be wary and constantly vigilant that what we say in our blogs does not breach client confidentiality or state bar advertising rules.
sites and Web services that provide free Web-based editing and publishing include Blogger (http://www.blogger.com), LiveJournal (http://www.livejournal.com), and Xanga (http://www.xanga.com).
In addition to its collaboration with PII, Control Station posts on a monthly basis to a blog hosted
by Plant Services Magazine and contributes articles regularly to other publications that focus on the process industries.
"Low interest rates are not a short-term aberration, but part of a long-term trend," writes Bernanke in his new blog hosted
by the Brookings Institution, for which he is a distinguished fellow in residence for the Economic Studies Program.
Speaking at a Capital One Cup blog hosted
by FOOTBALLFANCAST.com, Barnes added: "You can't be the best-ever player at any club if you stay there only two or three years.
"We were unpleasantly surprised to find a blog hosted
by your company included denigrating our society is seriously injured by the existence of this blog who publicly discredits our activities," says the email.
But the recently announced shuttering of Open Zion, Peter Beinart's Israel-themed blog hosted
by The Daily Beast, begs more than a note of sympathy to its contributors.
"One option," he says, "is to give up on comments entirely, and perhaps completely shut down the commenting functionality, trying, at the same time, to find and track discussions wherever they may be happening." Zivkovic chose the other option: He's rigorously moderating the discussions on his personal blog hosted
by Scientific American.