blog

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v blog read, write, or edit a shared on-line journal
    • n blog a shared on-line journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences and hobbies "postings on a blog are usually in chronological order"
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Usage

In literature:

She spent the weekend blogging and seeing the beach.
"Makers" by Cory Doctorow
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In news:

Down East Blog Blog Archive November, 2010.
The Tom Blog's blog postings.
A lot has happened since my last entry and I am going to try to summarize it all with a few blog entries instead of one big blog entry.
My co-blogging, co-working mom Ms Mary Malone McCarthy (I just love that name) recommended this book to me ages ago, when we first lit this blog candle.
You have inspired me to consider blogging that is CONSIDER a blog this year.
Junkman 's Blog's blog postings.
The framework of collecting multilingual blogs with a topic keyword is designed as the blog distillation (feed search) procedure.
It would be a useful thing to note that this book has its very own blog called the Creativity Blog where other children's writers talk about writing and process and all that good stuff.
Discover How to Grow Your Medical Practice With the New Blog Launched Today by Get New Patients, INC. New Medical Marketing Blog Launched by Get New Patients, INC Aims at Helping Medical Practice s Grow Their Online Presence and Reputation.
Leandra Medine , founder and editor of the blog "The Man Repeller," talks about the blog's creation and business model, New York City's fashion week, and general fashion trends.
I read the blog from May 28, about Senator Coburn and his concerns about "waste" at the NSF and realized from the comments that many of the readers of this blog do not really know how the NSF operates or awards funding.
We explore the emerging phenomenon of blogging about personal goals, and demonstrate how natural language processing tools can be used to uncover psychologically meaningful constructs in blogs.
There are Catholic political blogs, Catholic liturgical blogs, and Catholic mommy blogs.
It's August 25, 2009, and my first blog post hits the Times Union blog portal.
And for every day until that moment, there has always been at least one new blog post from me – one new blog post a day, up and ready.
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In science:

Among thousands of new blog posts every day, only a handful become widely read and commented upon.
Using Stochastic Models to Describe and Predict Social Dynamics of Web Users
This phenomenon appears to be a generic feature of information diffusion on social networks and has also been observed on blog networks and in Second Life .
Using Stochastic Models to Describe and Predict Social Dynamics of Web Users
Through these sites, users can share blogs, photos and current statuses.
Being Rational or Aggressive? A Revisit to Dunbar's Number in Online Social Networks
Smith’s blog 2 includes an “ampli fication” lemma for differential privacy, which was used implicitly in the design of a PAC learner for the parity class in .
On Sampling, Anonymization, and Differential Privacy: Or, k-Anonymization Meets Differential Privacy
For example, for QW6 “java”, it returns a query “Java, blog, Microsoft”, which is too specific and only cover a small part of the results.
Query Expansion Based on Clustered Results
In order to have realistic dynamics, we design the rules of actions that are motivated by systematic observations of the activity patterns in the empirical data at Blogs and Diggs, as described in section 2.1 and in the supportive information.
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
In addition, texts of posts and comments are classified by mac hine-learning methods with the emotion classifier designed in Ref. and trained at Blog-type of texts.
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
To describe emotional actions of users on Blogs, we adapt the agents whose emotion states are described by two variables—arousal and valence, first introduced in Ref. .
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
Beside the dynamic rules, which are motivated by the blogging processes, other gross features of our model are different from previous work on the emotional agents in Ref. .
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
The rules of agents interactions on the network are formulated in view of user behavior on real Blogs and Diggs and the observations from the quantitative analysis of the related empirical data.
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
Several other parameters and distributions can be also inferred from the high-resolution data of Blogs and Diggs.
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
The fractality of these time series, leading to the power spectrum of the type 1/nf, as well as the dominance of the negative charge suggest that our model captures the basic features of the blogging dynamics.
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
Hence, in these measures the topology of the bipartite network emerging in the emotional blogging of our model shares qualitative similarity with the one from the popular posts in real data.
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
Systematic study of the network topologies, emerging when the parameters of blogging dynamics within the agent-based model are varied in a wide range away from their empirical values, is left for a separate work .
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
The bipartite networks representing the dynamics on Blogs and Diggs exhibit abundance of different communities [10, 14, 15]. A systematic analysis of such bipartite networks, representing various online interactions, can be found in .
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
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