Samizdata Blogging Glossary

Samizdata Blogging Glossary

Language: English

No. of terms: 115

Description: Here you will terms listed that others simply skipped or never entered to their blog glossary missing out to keep them up-to-date. Certainly worth a visit! Well done guys. (Should I start to have a rating system for the glossaries I add to my blog? Guess I should, and this one would get 4 out of 5 stars.)

Here is what the publisher say about their glossary: Like all internet formats, weblogs, also known as ‘blogs’, have developed many terms which may baffle newcomers. […]  Although this glossary does not purport to be exhaustive by any means, it is one of the most complete of its kind regarding blog terminology and it is periodically updated. Most of the terms herein really are in use but we must confess that a few are, shall we say, rather whimsical.

Example Term: Blogroach

noun. A reader who infests the comment section of a weblog, disagreeing with everything posted in the most obnoxious manner possible.

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Keywords: Glossary of Blog Terms, Blogging Terms, blogosphere, Blog Glossary, Blogging vocabulary

Quote as: Samizdata Blogging Glossary. http://www.samizdata.net/blog/glossary.html.  All content on this website (including text, photographs, audio files, and any other original works), unless otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

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Posted on October 14, 2011, in Blog Dictionary, Computer & Internet and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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