cyberjournal


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cyberjournal

A personal diary on the Web where people document their lives, although journals may be written under pseudonyms. Journal services such as Diarist.net (www.diarist.net) emerged in the late 1990s, but mostly evolved into blogs, which use the same chronological format for entries. See blog.
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Ukrainian, and he is the literary editor of the cyberjournal Train-76.
The cyberjournal: Developing writing, researching, and editing skills through e-mail and the World Wide Web.