a website containing a writer’s or group of writers’ own experiences, observations, opinions, etc., and often having images and links to other websites.
a single entry or post on such a website:
She regularly contributes a blog to the magazine’s website.
to maintain or add new entries to a blog.
to express or write about on a blog:
She’s been blogging her illness for almost a year.
How I Started a Boobquake Jennifer McCreight April 26, 2010
When Twitter Attacks Richard Rushfield March 5, 2011
Sarah Shourd, One of the Three American Hikers Freed from Prison in Iran, Sounds Off Sarah Shourd December 25, 2011
What Liberal Bloggers Can Teach the Right Reihan Salam July 23, 2010
Netroots Bloggers Mark 10th Birthday in Decline and Struggling for Survival David Freedlander October 23, 2012
Can the Author Survive the Internet? Max McGuinness April 27, 2010
The Great American Summer Rachel Hulin May 29, 2009
Life After Sex Work Melissa Petro December 16, 2012
Why the Washington Post Switched Bloggers James Poulos January 24, 2014
Big Government Hurts Food Trucks Justin Green February 27, 2013
(informal) an online journal Full name weblog
bloggs family, the
the realm of Internet blogs and the people who read or write them: Can the blogosphere be controlled? Contemporary Examples Delaware’s Affluenza Case Affects Justice, Too Jay Michaelson March 31, 2014 Palin’s Gold Mine Duff McDonald November 18, 2009 Tennis Has a Doping Problem Sujay Kumar July 7, 2013 Steve Jobs’s Memorable Moments Alex Berg […]
a list on a blog page, usually running down one side, that has links to other blogs, websites, or online discussion groups: a blogroll of his favorite travel sites.
noun (informal) the publication on the internet of content from weblogs rather than from mainstream media sources