When a real-world news article gets reworded and obliterated by someone's personal opinions and bias, then the article is picked back up by another news source, thus, spreading misinformation, or severely tainted information, to the masses. Could also be viewed as a digital version of the childrens' game known as telephone.
Joe: Hey, did you see this article about the clown that drove his car into a swimming pool? The article says he was on drugs.

Mike: Yeah, I saw the article earlier on a more reliable news website and the clown actually had a medical condition and it was purely an accident, no drugs were involved. Sounds like you got the bloggerated version.

Joe: Oh. I hate that.
by compact asian April 25, 2010
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Hack writers who, although experts at nothing, feel compelled to share their opinions about everything, often rambling and oversimplifying complex subjects to satisfy an audience of fellow hacks, pseudo-scientists and snobs. Bloggers, while purportedly good at writing, are actually guilty of some of the Internet's worst grammatical atrocities and misspellings. In this sense, they are similar to reporters and journalists, who are also supposed to be proficient at basic writing skills. Many bloggers are very self-indulgent with their topics, often claiming expertise far beyond their education, in order to appear intellectual, stimulating, clever, unique or nonconformist. However, in reality, most blogs are simply online forums for poorly-reasoned opinions. Bloggers, who feel they are contributing something to the world, are actually quite useless. For this reason, they have created their own world, called the blogosphere, which defies the laws of logic, common sense, and humility. As a side note, bloggers see themselves as Internet heroes and are therefore usually very proud of their writing, so they may become quite aggressive if a reader comments unfavorably on a post.
Kids, you can be anything you want to be when you grow up as long as you don't want to become bloggers.
by astro_man23 April 23, 2011
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A person with a laptop, an ax to grind, and their virginity
Steven Colbert: "And in case you don't know a blogger is a person with a laptop, an ax to grind ... and their virginity"
by Miguel Gigante August 11, 2007
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"Term used to describe anyone with enough time or narcissism to document every tedious bit of minutia filling their uneventful lives. Possibly the most annoying thing about bloggers is the sense of self-importance they get after even the most modest of publicity. Sometimes it takes as little as a referral on a more popular blogger's website to set the lesser blogger's ego into orbit.

Then God forbid a blogger gets mentioned on CNN. If you thought it was impossible for a certain blogger to get more pious than he was, wait until you see the shit storm of self-righteous save-the-world bullshit after a network plug. Suddenly the boring, mild-mannered blogger you once knew will turn into Mother Theresa, and will single handedly take it upon himself to end world hunger with his stupid links to band websites and other smug blogger dipshits." - Maddox
any user of www.livejournal.com, www.greatestjournal.com, etc.
by Henry Hayes August 4, 2005
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derived from weblogger, s.o. who keeps a weblog, a diary on the internet.
You'll find plenty crappy bloggs on the net.
by The Crow January 24, 2004
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a blogger is a frustrated writer who now types away every night in the hopes that some bored, fucked up sap on the internet will come across his/her penned jewel and become a loyal follower for ever, going to such lenghts as worshiping the blogger to submission.
I was bored, lonely and depresed and then I met my blogger!
by Ted Lewis December 28, 2003
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