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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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Blogosphere accommodates both individual and community blog sites which are multi-authored.
Nevertheless, research in the 'blogosphere' implies ethical aspects such as the authenticity of data and contents, or the privacy/anonymity of authorship, as well as the recruitment of participants that must be taken into account (Hookway, 2008).
Top of the most cash news is occupied by negative messages that are massively replicated in the media and the blogosphere. This phenomenon has become a systemic issue due to the natural preferences of the readership not only in the Far East, but also in other regions of Russia.
Networked Media, Networked Rhetorics: Attention and Deliberation in the Early Blogosphere, by Damien S.
They cover Ayatollah Khomeini's theory of government, cleavages in Iranian politics since 1979, democracy after the Green Movement, examining Iran's legal structure, the rule of the Basij in Iranian politics, a portrait of the Persian blogosphere, myth and reality in the role of social media, a personal odyssey through the revolution and music, and Iran's democratic movements.
The blogosphere also is continuing to grow, with 42% of Internet users (representing 32% of all adults) reporting having read an online journal or blog and 33% reporting reading a blog on a regular basis (Smith, 2008).
Those sentiments were echoed in the online blogosphere and on the alphabet channels.
Manama: The Saudi blogosphere on Wednesday expressed compassion and sympathy with a Saudi mother who lost her son and mother within two hours, but in different places.
The astounded passenger took a furtive photograph, posted it with an accompanying caption on Reddit, and the rest, as they say, is social media history: the photo quickly made its way through the blogosphere and garnered over one million "likes" and nearly 200,000 shares on Facebook.
It's a bit of a departure from our normal Blogosphere content, but we thought it relevant to mention two well-known bloggers are joining forces to form their own investment advisory firm, Josh Brown of The Reformed Broker and Barry Ritholtz of Big Picture announced in September that yes, they were starting their own firm, and no, they're not going to stop blogging,
Sydney, July 29 ( ANI ): The Russian blogosphere had exploded on Saturday with an avalanche of humorous and sarcastic remarks on a video in which President Vladimir Putin is seen catching a big pike.
Along with countless others worldwide - in the blogosphere and the news media - we note his words as Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio when a bill to legalise same-sex marriage was proposed in Argentina.