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  • n. Plural form of weblog.


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  • I would say that the person who wrote this comment on one of my weblogs is a tad bitter.

    A Nation of Entrepreneurs?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The principal effect of weblogs is instead mass amateurization.

    Wisest Thing I’ve Read Today

  • -- The presence of major advertisers and major advertising campaigns on high-traffic weblogs is not evidence of a conspiracy to somehow buy off the online audience.

    Boing Boing

  • Com, which allowed users to follow numerous weblogs from a single web page using a Netscape-created format called RSS.

    Scripting News for 12/23/2006 « Scripting News Annex

  • With podcasting taking off the way it is, you would think there would be people documenting its growth in weblogs that would help listeners sort through the gobs of podcasts that are now available.

    Blog Reviews

  • Pheedo: weblog advertising – An ad network specializing in weblogs and RSS adverts [via] (4)

    Comdex canceled for 2004

  • But it is always a pleasure to meet up and exchange views on this conversational phenomenon that we call weblogs - and some of us might do it again Friday night 27th of january - when Henriette is organizing the Geek Dinner 2.0 at metrobar?

    Allan Jenkins' Desirable Roasted Coffee

  • Pheedo: weblog advertising – An ad network specializing in weblogs and RSS adverts [via]

    Pheedo: weblog advertising

  • Responding to weblogs is almost as productive as masturbation, and (usually) requires less cleanup (unless it’s Al, then bring out the doublewide Industo-Strength mop, dripping SimpleGreen).

    Matthew Yglesias » Who Knew?

  • One of the other things that Dell misses when they think that “the masses” don’t pay attention to weblogs is that – and I think you’ve touched on this before – is that it doesn’t matter.

    Dell Hell: One of many postscripts « BuzzMachine


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