v. to secretly read someone's blog with the express purpose of learning more about them without their knowledge; to stalk via blog
I'm going to blog-stalk my friend's new boyfriend and find out what he's really like.
I'm blog-stalking that cute girl in poli sci.
My blog-stalker finally posted a comment; she should've known I was tracking her through my web stats.
BLOG, or 'Bitch-Log.' Sometimes mistakenly referred to as 'web-log.'
An ideally daily means through which emo kids ranging from ages 9 to 35 may recite their ongoing agitations with their peers, environment and situations (all of which tend to be suburban in nature).
Though terribly annoying, these can also be terribly addicting. Also plays host to wannabe writers and journalists who can never qutie figure out why no one reads their short, fifty-five page essays.
Avoid at all costs.
1. I know that this is, like, the forty-seventh suicide note I've posted on my BLOG, but this time I mean it!
2. I made quite the argument on behalf of the former Kennedy administration the otehr day on my BLOG.
A web log of one's personal life and experiences.
Someday I will share with the world my blog-woirs
When a woman intentially refuses to flush her excrement in order to gain dominance over her coworkers
It is akin to a "my shit don't stink" attitude, but differs in its display of power.
"Power Logging" usually occurs in an unpleasant working environment where the owner of the power log believes that she is above her coworkers and therefore they must dispose of her waste.
The powerlog creates feelings of uneasiness within the work place environment.
"I was just in the bathroom, and it looks like Janet dropped another power log for us"
1. n. a web log
2. v. posting to a web log
3. n. an entry within a web log
1. I create a blog to keep a journal of my thoughts.
2. I have to go blog on my thoughts.
3. I wrote a blog about what happened at lunch today.
A modification of the word vlog. The two are synonyms. Using the same logic that creates blog (the subtraction of the "we"). This word uses the same model and subtracts "vide". This superior word is more auditorily distinct, making it easier to differentiate from "blog", versus "vlog". Regardless, both refer to the use of visual media (ie. web cams) to create personal opinion pieces.
"Did you see the new O-log by Fred?"
"Don't worry, you didn't miss anything, It was pointless. He edited his video fine enough, but had nothing worth listening to. Pretty sad really.""
Blog is a short form for Web log.more...
There are two types of blogs:
a) those written by people who are experts on a topic they're writing about, and their posts can be very useful to other people who are working on similar things.
Such blogs are very informative, and have a purpose. Design looks professional, and there are not any bigger annoyances.
Grammar is good, sentences are well formed. Box on the side provides more info, or links to other useful resources on the web.
Such blogs are very rare.
b) Those mostly written by emos, teenagers who have got nothing better to do and people who think that someone actually cares about crap that's going in their lives when in fact the only visitors they have are bots and other idiots who only comment to say things like 'I like your blog', 'great post', 'please comment on my blog'.
Such blogs also have a very poor grammar, there are no paragraphs and that makes it even harder to read.
Useless blogs that are of no value to the community in any way can be divided into following subtypes:
EMO CRAP - random ranting about how you are depressed, how you saw a good movie which reminded you of past and made you cry or how you bought a new <emo band name> CD.
colors are usually dark - the banner is way too big, and shows grayscale images of converse shoes or blood.
TEENAGE GIRL - usually consist of short posts with no grammar at all, and sentences like: 'school sucks.... i went shopping today. :DDDDDDD'.