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blog·o·sphere

 (blŏg′ə-sfîr′)
n.
The set of all blogs on the internet along with those who compile them and comment upon them, viewed as an interconnected community or as a phenomenon.

[On the model of atmosphere, stratosphere, etc.]

blogosphere

(ˈblɒɡəˌsfɪə)
n
(Communications & Information) informal a collective term for the weblogs on the internet
[C21: from blog + -o- + -sphere]

blogosphere

The collective online space occupied by bloggers.
Translations
blogosfera
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The popularization of weblogs (blogs) has led to the development of the so-called blogosphere.
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Patients, caregivers, and doctors are increasingly turning to the blogosphere to search for information, discuss treatment options, and share their stories and experiences [2, 3].
Peter Klimek and colleagues found that there are two types of word event - the first (endogenous) is when use of a word builds up over time till it peaks and then goes down, and the second (endogenous) is when a word explodes on to the blogosphere, quickly reaching a peak and then slowly dying away.
However, once limiters such as "scholarly publications" were applied, it was clear that the popular business press has recognized the relevance of blogging, blogs, et cetera, in association with the entrepreneurial blogosphere, but entrepreneurship scholars have not.
The blogosphere is not an area that is open to sensible debate.
Using the reputation evaluation into blogosphere will group the virtual community users more effectively and provide the data support for various complex applications.