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blook

(1) (BLog bOOK) A collection of blog postings that is published as a printed book.

(2) (BLog bOOK) Chapters in a printed book that have been sequentially posted to a blog.
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Rasheed said security forces work to hand over the wanted members in Blook 32 and 37 in order to bring stability back to the district.
But, My War the blook is not a continuous monologue; rather it is a series of stories of various forms tied together by the author's contextualization.
The 2006 Blooker prize was won by Julia Powell's "Julie and Julia: 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen," a blook that began life as an online chronicle of her bid to cook all 524 recipes in Julia Child's classic, "Mastering the Art of French Cooking.
Despite earning 'runner-up' status, Estill's blook "reflects everything positive about blogs -- niche-filling, passionate, personal, amusing, reflective, confessional, informative," says UNC professor Paul Jones.
A great blook is not a blog shoveled onto paper," Jones says.
Indeed they almost levelled late in the game, but for Robie's great blook on Arkins.
In addition, the HealthWorks brings its screening programs for coronary risk, blook pressure, cholesterol and prostate cancer to people in the mill.
One of the highlights in a bloggers world is to be published in a blook [sic] and then there is the desire to make your blog the news source, the place to go.
When publisher Little, Brown discovered her, the resulting blook, published last year, sold almost 100,000 copies.
After around 900 blog entries, including a bunch of song parodies and spoofs, I compiled the most important ones into a book, or rather, a blook.
LONDON, March 8 /PRNewswire/ -- A literary tribute to greasy spoon diners is among the works short-listed for a new global literary prize honoring a new kind of book -- a blook, or a book based on a blog or web site.