- n. Plural form of blogger.
“The traditional definition of publishing has always implied that the content made it through some kind of editorial filter or “gatekeeper,” the term bloggers love to hate.”
“As far as I can tell, the concern among print reviewers and editors such as Gail Pool (also expressed by numerous other such figures over the past few months) that book reviewing be saved, not least from the ragtag bloggers, comes from a fear that their identities as "book critics" are imperiled.”
“Law School for Dummies: This bloggers is a student at a southern law school writing about the obstacles trying to become a lawyer.”
“Legal Geekery: This bloggers is a third year law student at Penn State and writes about topics effecting the legal community.”
“Also, your point about leaving comments for other bloggers is a great one.”
“Now we have document retention issues, contracts with third parties, guest bloggers from the State Department, management issues (platform, reliability, etc.).”
“One politician who has drawn interest from bloggers is Druze leader, and March 14 member, Walid Jumblatt.”
“Alan Souza [pt] confirms this type of silencing bloggers is a growing trend:”
“US President Barack Obama's Cairo address to the Muslim world sparked a blaze of reactions across the region and beyond; not least amongst bloggers from the Maghreb where a fiery of blog posts and instant tweets conveyed a whole spectrum of opinions ranging from outright, full endorsement to deep skepticism and even scorn and mistrust.”
“But the outrage from Chinese youth and bloggers is likely due to the perceived intent of Beijing to control and shape the flow of information to future generations.”
‘bloggers’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for bloggers.