Weblog is a parsing system for the log data which is generated by the Apache module mod_log_mysql. It generates detailed statistical data from the raw log, including resolving of hostnames. The statistical data is written to a relational database, making almost realtime custom-formatted dynamic statistics possible, using something like PHP or Zope.
A form of online publishing that uses a daily or frequently updated, log-type format. Personal weblogs (also known as "blogs") typically take the form of a daily record of a person's thoughts, observations or opinions, posted together with links to related sites.
a hyperlinked online diary, that connects readers to pertinent articles, documents and Web sites in the bloggers' fields of interest--plus whatever personal information and/or pet peeves they feel like throwing in
a kind of online journal, you can put whatever you want in it - perhaps thoughts about the fetish lifestyle that don't seem to fit in as comments on any of the articles but which you'd like to share anyway
a relatively new form of electronic publishing that enables an individual or a group to publish commentary or links that are usually arranged chronologically -- most recent posted on top -- on a web page
a website which contains periodic, chronologically ordered posts on a common webpage, whereas a wiki is hypertext-based collaborative software that enables documents to be authored collectively using a web browser
A weblog, web log or simply a blog, is a web application which contains periodic time-stamped posts on a common webpage. These posts are often but not necessarily in reverse chronological order. Such a website would typically be accessible to any Internet user. Authors can write individually or in communities. Their simplicity allows easy access to a platform for those who to communicate in the democratic process. Officers and Councillors were encouraged to start weblogs as part of the National Project. Writing a weblog is known as blogging
(Same as blog) This is a publicly accessible personal journal for an individual. Similar to a personal diary, but shared over the web. The activity of updating a blog is "blogging" and someone who keeps a blog is a "blogger." Blogs are typically updated daily using software that allows people with little or no technical background to update and maintain the blog. Postings on a blog are almost always arranged in chronological order with the most recent additions featured most prominently.
A weblog or blog is a listing of text, images, and/or other objects that are arranged in a chronological order. Blogs are often maintained and run by a single individual, updated daily, and/or contain random personal remark about a topic, a personal ramble, an update on the persons life and/or their current feelings. In many ways many weblogs are like a personal journal or diary or a look into another individuals life and can be a great way to learn about people, events, places, and much more from millions of people around the world.
A blog is a web page made up of usually short, frequently updated posts that are arranged chronologically—like a What's New page or a journal. The content and purposes of blogs varies greatly—from links and commentary about other web sites, to news about a company/person/idea, to diaries, photos, poetry, mini-essays, project updates, even fiction.
A weblog is, literally, a 'log' of the web. This can be a log file from a webserver (monitoring browser activities) or somekind of diary-style site, in which the author (a weblogger, or 'blogger') links to other web pages, pictures, pieces of text, etc. which he or she finds interesting.
The definition of a weblog is, perhaps surpisingly, a controversial subject. We prefer the definition supplied by Bausch, Haughey and Hourihan in We Blog (Wiley, 2002): "At their core, weblogs are pages consisting of several posts or distinct chunks of information per page, usually arranged in reverse chronology from the most recent post at the top of the page to the oldest post at the bottom." Beyond that, there are lots of additional features, which may or may not be present: links, comments, a calendar, news, comment, a single author, multiple authors, whole communities, amateurs, professionals, and so on.
a personal publishing platform in a way that discussion boards, MOOs, and the like are not, and bloggers gain readership and recognition in a way participants on discussion boards, listservs, and MOOs do not
a perfect fit for my schedule as a daddy, since I'm free to cover a wide range of topics (mobile computing, PDAs, design, Macs, travel, music, film and more) and can post quick tidbits when I have a free moment
a seductive medium not just because of this premise of allowing you to perceive and form your own ego via user interaction, but also because it remains strictly in the realm of ideal, as opposed to material