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View Resource Military Personnel Overseas "Weblog" Their Experiences Online

Over the past few years, Weblogs have become quite popular, with thousands of individuals, organizations, and other groups forming their own sites devoted to this form of online expression. For those unfamiliar with this growing phenomenon, a Weblog is quite literally a "log" of the Web, where the author links to other Web pages he or she finds interesting, complete with running narration and...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2003/0328#IntheNews
View Resource Roland Piquepaille's Technology Trends

Roland Piquepaille's Technology Trends is a unique Weblog site that highlights "fresh news about technology, computers and their impact on our lives." It is usually updated daily (sometimes twice daily) with interesting tidbits from around the world. The material posted on the site is from reputable sources but is generally not widely publicized. Hence it serves as a good way of staying informed...

http://radio-weblogs.com/0105910/
View Resource Thingamablog 0.9.4

For those persons with multiple weblogs, this handy little application will be a most welcome addition. Thingamablog is a cross-platform stand-alone blogging application that allows users to maintain multiple weblogs, organize entries by date or category, and preview entries formatted in plain text or HTML. The homepage for the application also contains complete documentation, a good FAQ area, and...

http://www.thingamablog.com/
View Resource Movable Type 2.661

After viewing the seemingly innumerable number of weblogs out there in the virtual world, many visitors may think to themselves "I wouldn’t mind trying my hand at that." And with the application Movable Type, they will be able to do just that with relative ease. Essentially, the application is a personal publishing system for creating weblogs or news pages and is appropriate for use by technically...

https://movabletype.org/
View Resource BlogBridge 0.5.3

There are a plethora of weblog readers out there and to certain less experienced weblog novices, the choices may seem rather overwhelming, if not completely confusing. Fortunately, there is BlogBridge, which is designed for the non-technical user as a way to discover and follow hundreds of feeds without too much confusion. From the website, visitors can read about the program at length, and learn...

http://www.blogbridge.com/
View Resource MovableType

As visitors traverse the many weblogs that have proliferated across the Web during the past few years, they may find themselves thinking: "Hey, I can do better than that." Well, this latest edition of Movable Type may help them do just that, and rise to the occasion with aplomb. This latest version allows users to create weblogs rather simply through the use of their templates and also allows for...

https://movabletype.org/
View Resource "Blog" is the top word of the year

This week Merriam-Webster Inc, the company responsible for producing that venerable dictionary announced its top 10 "words of the year" list, with the immensely popular "blog" taking the number one place. The company compiles the list each year by taking the most researched words on its various Web sites, and of course, always omits such consistently favored profanities. Interestingly enough,...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2004/1203
View Resource Global Voices

Many public interest media organizations are concerned about listening to the voices and opinions of those around the world, particularly in the developing world. One such group is the nonprofit global citizens' media project, Global Voices Online, which is sponsored by the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at the Harvard Law School. Its ultimate goal is "to foster better international...

https://globalvoices.org
View Resource Code of conduct proposed for blogs

Bloggers disinclined toward suggestion of Net civility http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/04/10/BUGH4P5G1S1.DTL Bloggers code of conduct http://blogging.wikia.com/wiki/BCC Blog 100 http://news.com.com/2310-10784_3-0.html BuzzMachine http://www.buzzmachine.com/ Electronic Frontier Foundation: Legal Guide for Bloggers http://www.eff.org/bloggers/lg/ Internet Scout...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2007/0413
View Resource Mediashift

It seems like there is a never-ending flow of sites about digital media, and it times it can present an overwhelming challenge to decide which ones might be most useful. MediaShift is certainly one of the best, and it is led by Mark Glaser, noted journalist, critic, and media expert. With support from PBS, this site and weblog looks at how new media such as podcasts and citizen journalism are...

http://mediashift.org
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