- English book and blog (Wiktionary)
“The term blook is not, apparently, an invention of Tom's.”
“So I guess you could call Diary of a Real Estate Rookie a "blook" -- except it seems more like a memoir with sidebars (i.e., when looking at apartments to buy, bring along a heavy book like Ulysses so you can drop it on the floor at an opportune moment and see how many howling dogs and crying babies you can flush out).”
“It can be on a website, or a downloadable e-book, or a book published on a blog apparently this is called a blook, hence the award title.”
“A clear assignment is detailed for Clay's students and ideas about creating a 'blook' but there is more than that, Clay has invited students from around the world to tell '..a never ending tale...”
“They were pretty clearly trying to get the word "blook" to be named one of the most annoying web words, as an oblique promo for their sponsorship of the "Blooker" prize.”
“The first chance was in this earlier post, comparing my ex-husband's book-made-from-the-blog "blook" to his blog.”
“The 'blook' (a book published from blog content) has enjoyed impressive sales figures, far beyond the expectations of the writers.”
“Boingboing reports that Michael Minelli is suing Simon & Schuster for including him in the "blook" Hot Chicks with Douchebags”
“Terrible shame really, I was having a swell time using all the knowledge I collected up in 25 years of blook flogging.”
“I have only just started blogging + have only just come across your blog (another blog/blook/book success story!).”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘blook’.
these came into effect from 2011
Looking for tweets for blook.