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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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This paper begins to fill this gap by exploring the focal students' textual experiences in learning academic writing genres through mediation of a blog, the distribution of power between blogger and readership, the influence of everyday social norms on personal blogging practice, the relationship between technological codes and personal weblogging practices, the constitutive biases of blogging technology, and the bloggers' perceptions of their practices with respect to intended and unintended audiences.
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.
It is part of the Creative Weblogging network of more than 100 blogs, all with paid authors.
Partly because many people are fed up with the attention-grabbing "me me me" culture of weblogging, which is very inward-looking and introspective.
No matter what the size, staffing level, or budget of your library, there is an internal Weblogging solution for you.
This is what's so appealing to people about weblogging. Anyone can do it, there's no barrier to entry.
(2) In March 2003, the Oxford English Dictionary sanctioned the terms weblog, weblogging, and weblogger, (3) further strengthening their presence in the English lexicon.
Hosted weblogging services allow the user to set up and use a blog without knowing anything about server maintenance or backend programming.
Mobile weblogging makes it possible for people to publish content on the World Wide Web using their handsets, Nokia said.
SilkRoad technology, inc., a provider of enterprise content management and collaboration software, has announced the debut of SilkBlogs, its Weblogging solution.
Hypertext is fundamental to the practice of Weblogging. When bloggers refer to material that exists online, they invariably link to it.
Something tells me it won't be the last commercial venture into weblogging, and it's likely that some much bigger,better-known names will be dipping their toes in sooner or later, if they also decide that where there's blogs, there's money.