- v. present participle of reblog.
“Users can indicate that they like an item by clicking on a red heart next to it or "reblogging" it.”
“Likewise, Tumblr has created a culture of 'reblogging' which while cool for the internal community, means that that there are not a ton of back links (high PR) being generated by more authoritative web sites.”
“reblogging', which allows you to instantly add a tumblog post onto your tumblog.”
“Although reblogging a post will automatically link it back to the original blog, there are entirely too few restrictions preventing users from simply saving a picture and reposting it as their own.”
“Anyway, I made a Tumblr account, for reblogging purposes, for the second time around (I forgot the password and-email of the first one.) and ...”
“Brian Stauffer for The Wall Street Journal Call it the copypasteright approach to creativity, where much of the allure is in reblogging posts from contacts in your network in an Internet version of the telephone game.”
“Tumblr Sandwich Shop: Modeled after the niche blogging platform that anyone who's anyone with an MFA and/or love for photoshopping cats uses, it's all about reblogging collaboration and adding personal reflection, or something.”
“She teaches at Dartmouth College as of this reblogging Her research group and laboratory in New York is called TiltFactor, a lab focused on the design of activists and socially-conscious software.”
“I suggest three tiers: the current permissions; no reblogging; and a “simple” reblog, which allows only the original post to be quoted, without commentary - this denies the troll access to the followers of the original blog.”
“It is pretty obvious that the reblogging feature of Tumblr was being abused by certain parties for the purpose of harassment, and their new TOS basically codifies a ban on harassment.”
‘reblogging’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for reblogging.