- v. Simple past tense and past participle of blog.
“Politico's Josh Gerstein blogged, "Ruling could be setback for civilian terror trials.”
“Update: Seth Godin blogged about ‘Win the fight, lose the customer’ today.”
““Mrs Lopez blogged from the seaside town of Muxia, where she was born in 1911, or from the farmhouse in Galicia belonging to her grandson, Daniel.””
“These photos were live-blogged from the 1st weekendo of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.”
“My colleague David Goldstein blogged on some early views of that in June and again recently relative to wikis and blogs in particular, but it's just beginning ...”
“University of Southern California professor Theodore W. Berger, whose work we've previously blogged, is making headway on an implantable chip that functions like the hippocampus.”
“I last blogged from the Japanese island of Kyushu.”
“I was suprised to not see a word blogged about this.”
“A man with the same name blogged on a Chinese language Web site in early January that the economic crisis was so upsetting to him that he felt like killing someone.”
“My favourite: I know who the murderer is, Kevin blogged.”
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