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web·log

 (wĕb′lôg′, -lŏg′)
n.
A blog.

[web + log, a record.]

weblog

(ˈwɛbˌlɒɡ)
n
(Computer Science) the full name for blog
ˈwebˌlogger n
Translations
Weblog
bloc-noteswebjournal

weblog

[ˈweblɒg] N (Internet) → weblog f

weblog

[ˈwɛblɒg] nblog m, blogue m
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Yong, "Automatic identification of Chinese weblogger's interests based on text classification," in Proceedings of the 2006IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence, WI'06, pp.
In the process of weblog writing weblogger must always renew himself/herself.
Esos textos, conocidos como posts en la jerga weblogger, suelen incluir enlaces, y tambien eventualmente imagenes y otros contenidos multimedia.
Tom Coates, an early Weblogger based in San Francisco, remarks on the significance of themalink:
When the three feminist activists were arrested (including Farnaz Seifi, the weblogger who appeared in Ted Koppel's documentary on Iran), many bloggers reported the arrest and protested.
27 decision--one given valuable scrutiny by drug policy expert Jacob Sullum and Canadian hockey weblogger Matt Fenwick--the 9th U.S.
business reporter and columnist needs to be on watch for threads of this story." As author and Weblogger Danny Schechter explored the widening credit divide in America--fueled, in part, by predatory targeting of the poor by the credit industry--he found reasons why this story might receive less media attention than it should.
built on trust, it is to every weblogger's benefit to disclose any
Alas, an enterprising weblogger from RidingSun.com has pointed out that on the cover of its Japanese edition for February 2, Newsweek ran a picture of a garbage can into which a dirty American flag, its staff broken, was stuffed.
(2) In March 2003, the Oxford English Dictionary sanctioned the terms weblog, weblogging, and weblogger, (3) further strengthening their presence in the English lexicon.
And there are other sites keeping it simple for wannabe writers, including Blog-City, BlogSpot and Weblogger.
Couples have been reshuffled, the stress of early decision results is here, and through it all the anonymous weblogger, aka Gossip Girl, posts her Hedda Harper-like commentary and satisfies everyone's inner yenta.