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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Terms related to Blog


Another popular feed format developed as an alternative to RSS.
Automated form of podcasting that allows bloggers and blog readers
to generate audio versions of text blogs from RSS feeds.
A blog where the posts consist mainly of voice recordings sent by
mobile phone, sometimes with some short text message added for
metadata purposes. (cf. podcasting)


A law blog.
An entry in a blog requesting information or contributions.
Blog Carnival
A blog article that contains links to other articles covering a
specific topic. Most blog carnivals are hosted by a rotating list of
frequent contributors to the carnival, and serve to both generate new
posts by contributors and highlight new bloggers posting matter in
that subject area.
Blog client
(weblog client) is software to manage (post, edit) blogs from
operating system with no need to launch a web browser. A typical blog
client has an editor, a spell-checker and a few more options that
simplify content creation and editing.
Person who runs a blog. Also, a popular blog hosting
web site. Rarely: weblogger.
Blogs written by and for Mormons (a portmanteau of "blog" and
"Tabernacle"). Generally refers to faithful Mormon bloggers and
sometimes refers to a specific grouping of faithful Mormon bloggers.
One of the most popular blog awards.
A list of other blogs that a blogger might recommend by providing
links to them (usually in a sidebar list).
All blogs, or the blogging community. Also called blogistan or,
more rarely, blogspace.
A category of software which consists of a specialized form of a
Content Management System specifically designed for creating and
maintaining weblogs.
The BOBs
The largest international blog awards.


Catblogging (traditionally "Friday catblogging")
The practice of posting pictures of cats, in typical cat postures
and expressions, on a blog. Sometimes a comment on the cat or the
situation shown is provided. 'Catblogging' as a distinct and defined
practice originated on, by Kevin Drum. He also
established Friday as the canonical catblogging day.[1]
Collaborative blog
A blog (usually focused on a single issue or political stripe) on
which multiple users enjoy posting permission. Also known as group
Comment spam
Like e-mail spam. Robot “spambots” flood a blog with advertising
in the form of bogus comments. A serious problem that requires
bloggers and blog platforms to have tools to exclude some users or ban
some addresses in comments.


Desktop Blogging Client
An off-line blog management (posting, editing and archiving) tool


To rebut a blog entry in a line-by-line fashion.
A portmanteau of "fake" and "blog". A blog that's ghostwritten by
someone, such as in the marketing department.
A food blog; sometimes, a blog dedicated to food porn.
RSS Feeds.


A journalist blog.
A blog with a Jewish focus.




Term for blogs written by members or veterans of any branch of
military service - Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marines. A contraction of
military and blog.
A portmanteau of "mobile" and "blog". A blog featuring posts sent
mainly by mobile phone, using SMS or MMS messages. They are often
Mommy blog
A blog featuring discussions especially about home and family.
A blog constructed as a conversation between more than two people.


Permanent link. The unique URL of a single post. Use this when you
want to link to a post somewhere.
Type of blog utilising the Gopher protocol instead of HTTP
A Photoblog. A portmanteau of "photo" and "blog".
A blog mostly containing photos, posted constantly and chronologically.
The alert in the TrackBack system that notifies the original
poster of a blog post when someone else writes an entry concerning the
original post.
Contraction of “iPod” and “broadcasting” (but not for iPods only).
Posting audio and video material on a blog and its RSS feed, for
digital players.
An entry written and published to a blog.
Post Slug
For blogs with common language URLs, the post slug is the portion
of the URL that represents the post. Example:


Really Simple Syndication is a family of Web feed formats used to
publish frequently updated content such as blog entries, news
headlines or podcasts.
RSS aggregator
Software or online service allowing a blogger to read an RSS feed,
especially the latest posts on their favourite blogs. Also called a
reader, or feedreader.
RSS feed
The file containing a blog’s latest posts. It is read by an RSS
aggregator/reader and shows at once when a blog has been updated. It
may contain only the title of the post, the title plus the first few
lines of a post, or the entire post.


Spam blog
A blog which is composed of spam. A Spam blog or "any blog whose
creator doesn't add any written value."
Slashdot effect
The Slashdot effect can hit blogs or other website, and is caused
by a major website (usually Slashdot, but also Digg, Metafilter, Boing
Boing, Instapundit and others) sending huge amounts of temporary
traffic that often slow down the server.
The term used when a blogs feed is added to a feed reader like
Bloglines or Google. Some blogging platforms have internal
subscriptions, this allows readers to receive notification when there
are new posts in a blog.
Search engine friendly URLs
or, for short, SEF URLs, implemented with a Rewrite engine.


Templates, used on the "back end" of a blog that work together to
handle information and present it on a blog.
CSS based code that when applied to the templates will result in
visual element changes to the blog. The theme, as a whole, is also
referred to as a blog design.
A system that allows a blogger to see who has seen the original
post and has written another entry concerning it. The system works by
sending a 'ping' between the blogs, and therefore providing the alert.


A video blog; a vlogger is a video blogger (e.g. someone who
records himself interviewing people of a certain field).


a blog devoted mostly or wholly to covering news events concerning
an ongoing war.
the unshortened version of 'blog'.

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