Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a journal written online and accessible to users of the internet; (verb) to keep a blog.
|forming a suitable subject for a blog.
|one who blogs, keeps a weblog.
|those considered to be important or influential in the world of blogging.
|characteristic of blogging > BLOGGIER, BLOGGIEST.
|the use of another person's blog without his or her consent, esp for malicious or satirical purposes.
|the part of the World Wide Web that contains weblogs.
|a single entry in a blog.
|a number of blogs joined in a ring.
|a list of blogs.
|the alternative news and information network growing up around weblogs.
|a book serialized on a blog platform.
|to keep a blog in which an event is described as it is taking place.
|one who keeps a liveblog.
|the act of keeping a liveblog.
|a blog in which there is a limitation on the length of individual postings.
|one who keeps a microblog.
|the practice of keeping a microblog.
|one who keeps a moblog.
|online, low-cost publishing which utilizes blogs and techniques based on blogging in order to target a specific audience.
|a blog in the form of a series of photographs; (verb) to keep such a blog.
|a spam blog, an artificially created weblog site which the author uses to promote affiliated websites or to increase the search engine rankings of associated sites.
|a blog using the medium of video; (verb) to keep a videp blog.
|one who keeps a vlog, a video blog.
|the act of keeping a vlog, a video blog.
|a Web journal.
|one who keeps a weblog, a Web journal.
|the act of keeping a weblog.