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microblog

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌblɒɡ)
n
a blog in which there is a limit on the length of individual postings
ˈmicroˌblogger n
ˈmicroˌblogging n
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Slogan asked some avid tweeters why they microblog.
Microblog donde los usuarios publican mensajes de no mas de 140 caracteres
I can microblog from my cell phone or a small window that sits on my computer's desktop.
Saudis have developed a great interest in social networks and reports say that around three million people use Twitter in the kingdom, prompting Western media to use the microblog to monitor social and political public opinion.
State television said on its official microblog that the incident had been deemed a "violent terror attack".
This one made clear that party leaders are looking for ways to better control, but not snuff out, the microblog services that have become popular channels for spreading news and opinion that can unsettle the government.
Another example of Taiwan's popularity among Chinese people is also reflected in the "Walk in Taiwan" microblog on Sina Weibo, which had 230 million hits.
Prototypes of unmanned land transport have been developed in Turkey, Ismail Demir, Turkish Minister of Defense Industry, wrote about this in his microblog on the Twitter social network, Trend reports.
Le chauffeur a ete arrete, a precise la television officielle CCTV sur le site de microblog Weibo.
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To test whether people are more likely to microblog when they feel socially apprehensive, Buechel asked participants in one group to write about a time when they had no one to talk to at a party, while the control group wrote about office products.
Chinese microblog Weibo user iGUNPLA uploaded several photos of the Unicorn Gundam all lit up in the evening.