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blog·roll

 (blŏg′rōl′)
n.
A list of links provided on a blog to other websites, especially to other blogs or sites with regularly updated content.
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blogroll

(ˈblɒɡˌrəʊl)
n
a list of blogs
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En su diseno, el sitio presenta una lista de enlaces (blogroll) o serie de blogs recomendados [12] por el periodista a los que se puede visitar desde la pagina.
Ademas, dispone de un blogroll denominado "Enlaces" que hiperconecta con otros blogs tales como el de Jesus Silva-Herzog Marquez, Yoani Sanchez, Luis Gonzalez de Alba, la Biblioteca virtual del Instituto Cervantes o la revista Nexos.
The Resources page links to background information of interest including the multimedia library and blogroll. Finally, the Administration page provides information about the website and connects with social media.
Over time, the maintenance of those lists has been done through a blogroll, a Delicious.com page, a WordPress widget, or some other semi-auto-mated mechanism.
The book is also useful as a reference since it includes endnotes for each chapter, a social media etiquette handbook, and a list of recommended books and blogroll.
They have created several mashups to enhance their blog, including blogroll (central register of Australian library blogs), citation aggregator (list of bookmarks from contributing librarians), and diverse group tag cloud (cloud tag of contributors blogs to determine what is currently a hot topic).
Barnard's death from cancer at 61, Nicole Apostola and Mike Benedetti took over the "Worcester Blogroll" that Mr.
Como se percebe, esta rede e bastante fragmentada, uma vez que no blogroll de nenhum dos blogs analisados ha links para outros da mesma amostra.
My central research question is: What is the probability that a mainstream blog will establish a blogroll link with an alternative blog that has a high Freeman centrality score?