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microblog

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌblɒɡ)
n
a blog in which there is a limit on the length of individual postings
ˈmicroˌblogger n
ˈmicroˌblogging n
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According to Shane's Tumblr post, there were also some rejects like Madly Mean, Tricles, Fleshy and Boooy.
Summary: New York [USA], Nov 28 (ANI): Founder and CEO of micro blogging and social networking website Tumblr, David Karp has reportedly resigned from his position.
India, June 21 -- Tumblr is teasing its own live-streaming service dubbed "Live Video" through its blog.
Earlier this month Yahoo-owned social blogging platform Tumblr publicised that its customer database had been hacked in 2013.
Rothfels also created an Anagramatron Tumblr blog that compiles all the anagrammatic tweets which the bot discovers, and then embeds the anagrammatic tweets alongside one another.
These tumblr posts about Arab moms will crack you up Tumblr has no shortage of weird stories posted by users every day, but when it comes to Tumblr and Arab moms, the posts are not only hilarious, but so true to any of us having to deal with our Arab moms everyday.
To welcome the Year of the Monkey, Cathay Pacific Airways USA today launched its #MyChinaExperience Tumblr blog at cathaypacific.
Tumblr was founded in 2007 by David Karp and Marco Arment and consists in a mashed-up version of a common old-fashioned blog, like those hosted by wordpress.
Summary: When Nescafe moved to Tumblr it declared the brand website dead.
If you can overlook the cheesy name, Engineeringis awesome is a well-collated Tumblr blog filled with a mix of informative videos explaining principles of engineering, interesting posts about important historical figures from the industry, and concise explanations of the latest exciting developments, from the LightSail project to the 3D printing of prosthetic limbs.
SPOTIFY and Tumblr have been blocked from Kirklees Council's library computers.
With parents (and grandparents), co-workers, employers, ex-friends and just about anyone swarming Facebook, young people prefer the likes of Instagram, Snapchat, Vine and Tumblr.