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    Blogs and the Blog Revolution

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    The Blog Revolution Our history is littered with advancements in writing and communication technologies that have had profound and long lasting effects on our modern society. One need only look back five centuries to the time shortly before the advent of the printing press to see a time when towns were so isolated that even news from their closest neighbors were rare and the sight of a book outside of a church was even less common. Yet 100 years later the total number of books in existence,

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    The Usefulness of Blogs

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    The Usefulness of Blogs "Think of a weblog as a journal of one person's explorations as he or she cruises uncharted sectors of the Net, reporting on the interesting life-forms and geological formations (Frauenfelder)." Weblogs, or blogs, are rapidly growing among the cyber population of today. There are many reasons that people use blogs, whether for business, to maintain a relationship, or as a source of therapy for problems that occur in a blogger's life. Most of the blogs that I have observed

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    History Of The Blog

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    The modern blog evolved from the online diary, where people would keep a running account of their personal lives. Most such writers called themselves diarists, journalists, or journalers. A few called themselves "escribitionists". The Open Pages webring included members of the online-journal community. Justin Hall, who began eleven years of personal blogging in 1994 while a student at Swarthmore College, is generally recognized as one of the earliest bloggers,[5] as is Jerry Pournelle.[citation needed]

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    Blog

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    The broad theme that I typically write about is welfare abuse. The majority of my blog posts are on either abuse by corporations or single people. For the past few weeks I have been centering my blogs on corporations that use the entitlement system to create higher profits. Corporations are using the American entitlement system so they will not have to pay for various benefits and higher wages. Out of all of the blogs I have written, I have tried to portray the issue, while also presenting a possible

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    Blogs - From Printing Press to Blog

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    From Printing Press to Blog Lance Arthur, a practiced and well-respected figure in the close-knit community of web design, subtitles his homepage (www.lancearthur.com) with the short and simple phrase, "Just Write." Although his immediate profession is as a designer, Lance is also a writer. His website records his weekly musings and political rants, and it is one of several million to be updated on a regular basis. Such a website is called a blog, or web log, and in an age of the Internet

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    The Blog Rewoven

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    The Blog Rewoven Typing the address http://www.pepysdiary.com into the address bar of a browser brings an oddly appropriate juxtaposition of a 17th century diary and a modern day blog to the screen. A person can log on each day and find out what Samuel Pepy was doing on this particular day in 1661. Yet to the side, there is a list of links that can take the reader to background information on Pepy’s time period; along the top are links to information about Samuel Pepy, and underneath each entry

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    The Internet and Blogs

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    collaborate with others. Blogging has become increasingly popular. Today, a blog is considered to be a Web page that serves as a publicly accessible personal journal for an individual or company (Quinstreet Enterprise, 2014). Blog's give people the opportunity to write content that is unique to them and their practice. This allows them to communicate and collaborate with others all over the world freely and quickly. Blogs also give people the freedom to share their ideas and thoughts with other people

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    What Are Blogs?

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    What Are Blogs? When I decided to write about blogs I thought I would use a traditional and simple method of arrangement: what is a blog, where did they come from, what are people doing with them as far as writing instruction goes and then say a bit about what I’ve done with them and why I think they are a promising form of writing pedagogy. But I quickly discovered that people have yet to fully agree on a single definition of a blog. I also discovered an intense amount of hype and gripe. There

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    Blogs and Identities

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    Blogs and Identities When I think of an individual, I think of one person, and that person has one distinct identity. When I discovered that people whom blog change their identities, I thought it was strange and wondered why they do this. I first noticed this in the “Always and Forever” blog I have been observing. The couple in this blog do not use their real names. I understand that you might have to alter your personality a bit depending on where you are or whom you are with. For example,

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    The Function of Blogs

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    Function of Blogs There are so many things one could do with the relatively new medium of blogs. They can be almost anything a person wants: a journal, a compilement of links, a scrapbook of information, or even a discussion board. The only definition I've seen that can encompass it is that they are postings in reverse chronological order. Blogs are the newest Internet craze, but do they serve a purpose? Early on, experienced web users, who knew web-programming language, kept blogs to keep track

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