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weblog

(World-Wide Web)
(Commonly "blog") Any kind of diary published on the World-Wide Web, usually written by an individual (a "blogger") but also by corporate bodies. Blogging is regarded by some as an important social phenomenon as it contributes to the easy exchange of ideas among a large and growing international community ("the blogosphere").

The home page usually shows the most recent article and links to earlier articles, the owner's profile and web logs written by the owner's friends. There is usually a facility for readers to add comments to the bottom of articles.

There are many sites like http://blogger.com/ where you can create a blog for free. Many web logs consist almost entirely of links to other web logs, some publish original content, a few are worth reading.
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Hansen (2016) states that the lecturers also use weblogs for the purposes like enhancing the interaction in the class, sharing the information and achieving the homework quickly The aim of this study is to reveal the changes that weblog writing process created in undergraduates' minds regarding writing.
Library Weblogs: List of library weblogs by country.
Although weblogs may not attract a readership, interaction with others is made possible through comment functions attached to the weblog templates.
El hecho de su facil manejo, a traves de unas sencillas herramientas de edicion, ha contribuido a su difusion y expansion, donde profesionales de todos los ambitos, asi como aficionados con los mas dispares niveles de competencia digital, se han lanzado por igual a comentar, opinar o informar a traves de los weblogs.
Up until the recent enactment of a law in Iran which requires Iranians to register their personal websites and weblogs with the authorities, weblogs had given Iranian internet users the ability to write freely and anonymously on various topics including forbidden or taboo issues in Iran.
Their mere existence fuel many of today's weblog entries.
To better support warfighters, the Army created a single logistics data and information hub by merging WebLIDB, WebLOG and ILAP.
Weblog software can be configured, adapted, and tweaked for many uses, and it allows librarians to concentrate more on content and information sharing than on coding pages or using a Web editor.
Tom Lynch, president and CEO of consulting firm Lynch Ryan, said its Weblog, Workers Comp Insider, was the genesis for insurance and business blogs.
Reckitt Benckiser got a public relations firm, Offspring, to create a fake weblog (www.