- v. transitive, Internet To blog something previously posted on another blog.
- re- + blog (Wiktionary)
“The quick ability to comment, favorite and "reblog" others posts makes the service incredibly social.”
“Best of all, bloggers are encouraged to share, modify and "reblog" each others 'posts.”
“So I have to clip just like it was derived from a non-Tumbler site - even though I attribute properly, I still feel like I cheated that Tumblr out of a "reblog".”
“Disqus made some noise this week with the introduction of the ability to "reblog" comments as individual posts, and last month, Fred Wilson of A VC openly wondered if there would come a time when”
“Jessica sometimes asks her dad to "reblog" photos she is particularly proud of.”
“I read it, thought it was 100% correct, and asked if I could reblog it verbatim both as (a) an explanation of how I actually should / do think about marketing and (b) an example of how I learn through direct feedback.”
“My main complaint with Tumblr lies in one of its integral features -- the "reblog" button.”
“On days where my schedule doesn't allow me to sit and write a complete post or when I'm without ideas for one, being able to "reblog" content from blogs I follow on Tumblr is truly helpful.”
“Therefore, when I'm looking for content to fill my own blog, I search my dashboard for material that falls into those categories and reblog them.”
“As Politiku is now on Tumblr, I was looking for relevant content to reblog and stumbled upon "Poor Richard's News Post", which posited that Palin's version of the story wasn't so off the mark.”
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