blogpost

blogpost

(ˈblɒɡˌpəʊst)
n
(Communications & Information) a single posting made as part of a blog
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If the file is opened on other platforms, the malware will not work as intended, Trend Micro said in a blogpost."Digmine"is coded in AutoIt and sent to would-be victims posing as a video file but is actually an AutoIt executable script.
The blogpost notes that the email urges the recipient to click open the attachment for "further details" about the fake news.
Search analyst Danny Sullivan said that the search service was 'loved' during its brief heyday and that it deserved a better send off than Yahoo had given it through its blogpost, the report added.
(Through her agency, Heatherton declined to comment for this blogpost.)
[Editors' Note: The blogpost can be seen here: http://sn.im/murky071308.] Some business policies, it seems--whatever good reason someone had for them--are, as you said, the equivalent of someone sawing off the wrong end of the tree branch.
When you open the page, you'll see those files, along with comments and suggested actions," Google wrote in a blogpost .
However, a blogpost named Orientpost, published by James C L'Angelle, doubts not only Hoebel's discovery but even his claim of being a pilot.
In the blogpost, she did not name the man she said attacked her.
As this blogpost notes, it was not exactly where the Vols, who reached the Elite Eight in last year's NCAA Tournament, wanted to be upon entering January and their conference schedule, the first eight games of which Pearl will be barred from coaching due to NCAA violations.
was incorporated on September 4, but for more than a decade we've celebrated our birthday on September 27," Google wrote in a blogpost.
According to CoinJar's blogpost, it expressed its disappointment about NAB's decision which will also have a major impact to other companies.
Windows XP users through July 14, 2015, the company has said in a blogpost, in