blogosphere


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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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