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weblogging

(ˈwɛblɒɡɪŋ)
n
(Computer Science) the activity of having a website containing a diary or journal; blogging
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weblogging

[ˈwɛblɒgɪŋ] nweblogging m
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According to Walker (2005), who applied weblogging in his classes, by the end of the semester the majority of students said they had enjoyed weblogging and found it useful.
The young American husband-and-wife team created some weblogging software a few years ago.
March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Friendster, the easiest way to keep in better touch with your friends, today announced the availability of Friendster Blogs, a free weblogging service that enables members to easily create and share online journals with friends.
This is what's so appealing to people about weblogging.
Hosted weblogging services allow the user to set up and use a blog without knowing anything about server maintenance or backend programming.
Weblogging evangelists see web logs as a medium in their own right, something that goes beyond the webitself.
If they value weblogging, they must value the data that comes with it.
As for the charge that weblogging is dilettantish, Welch observes: "The word dilettante to me has always been more or less equivalent to journalist -- we learn how to specialize in 100 different disciplines, and write passably on topics of which we know nothing.
Today Near-Time announced a major update of its on-demand wiki and weblogging platform.
With encouragement from readers of her site, she attended some weblogging conferences in Europe and America.
July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Weblogging software leader Six Apart announced that it is providing the company's popular TypePad(TM) Service to Hitachi, Japan's largest manufacturing company, for Hitachi's "BOXER BLOG powered by TypePad(TM)" for business users.
What's more, Watson is convinced that weblogging will catch on among his fellow MPs.