Definitions

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  • verb transitive, Internet To blog something previously posted on another blog.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ blog

Examples

  • Best of all, bloggers are encouraged to share, modify and "reblog" each others 'posts.

    The Daily Princetonian, 2010-02-12

  • Best of all, bloggers are encouraged to share, modify and "reblog" each others 'posts.

    The Daily Princetonian, 2010-02-12

  • The quick ability to comment, favorite and "reblog" others posts makes the service incredibly social.

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • The quick ability to comment, favorite and "reblog" others posts makes the service incredibly social.

    ReadWriteWeb

  • The quick ability to comment, favorite and "reblog" others posts makes the service incredibly social.

    ReadWriteWeb

  • 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".

    AZspot

  • 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".

    AZspot

  • 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

    Robin Good's Latest News

  • Jessica sometimes asks her dad to "reblog" photos she is particularly proud of.

    Eat Your Vegetables, and Don't Forget to Tweet

  • 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.

    Brad Feld: Don't Do Marketing. Become A Thought Leader.

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