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An online diary, usually used by people who want to feel important, and think other people actually read their daily garbage.
Friend: Do you have a blog?
Me: No, I am pretty happy with my life.
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n.
Short for weblog.
A meandering, blatantly uninteresting online diary that gives the author the illusion that people are interested in their stupid, pathetic life. Consists of such riveting entries as "homework sucks" and "I slept until noon today."

v. intr.
The act of posting to a weblog.
by NGX February 06, 2003
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A short web entry about some nobody online that goes on and on about there not important, non-eventful lives full of personal drama and crap that no one wants to hear. Usally expressed in forms of text.
An example of a BLOG would be like RyanWallack.WordPress.com, who blogs about his daily, boring life and throws in a few exciting pictures and nouns.
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Blog is a short form for Web log.

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'.
smile to text ratio is usually 5:1.

The designs of such blogs are usually crappy, colors are flashy and hard to read, big images in the background, layout is mostly broken by crappy flash apps or gif images which flash for no reason at all.

Boxes are full of guy pictures, and lists of people they like/dislike, along with their own image, full name, mobile phone number, school, town, country zip code and other info useful to stalkers.

There is also a lot of music embedded that plays when the page loads and often there are more then one songs playing at once.

IDIOTS WHO THINK WE CARE - people who think that someone actually cares about how they just bought new shoes, ended in a debt or whatever.

ONE TIME POSTERS - those who have only one post informing us that they will now be writing their own blog.
A
"EA just announced RED ALERT 3, yet another game in the C&C franchise, but a first game in the Red Alert universe since EA took over Westwood Studios.

B1
No one understands me. I feel so alone. Yesterday i bought new <emo crap band name here> CD. I can really relate to these songs. ...and so on

B2
<girl name> and I went to mall today.... :D btw, i hate school... so boooring. <guy name> is so hawt... <3

B3
I just bought a new coffee machine and i like it because it has so many functions. I also think that this blog is interesting to visitors who are not search engine bots who have not yet been enhanced to the point when they realize this blog is crap and nobody cares about it and spam bots who don't really care about my crap, they just want emails.

B4
This is my new blog. From now on I'll post stuff about events in my life.
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noun: contraction for "web log", a type of online diary

verb: to post diary or journal entries to a web log
Did you read what Michelle blogged on livejournal.com?
by jay June 25, 2003
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A recent and disturbing trend on the internet. A blog lets people easily post comments onto a webpage. While blogs have many purposes, some of which can be useful, most people seem to use blogs as a way of having an online diary. These people have such massive egos and are so narcissistic that they believe that other people would be interested in reading their pointless ramblings. Even more disturbing is the fact that many people have such boring lives that they have nothing better to do than to read these stupid online diaries. They just feed the egos of the "bloggers" and encourage them to continue posting nonsense. Hopefully, "blogging" will turn out to be just a fad that passes quickly.
tim: Hey i just set up a blog on my website.
joe: What have you written in it?
tim: Oh just some random drivel.
joe: Sounds like the typical blog.
tim: Yeah, but plenty of people will still read it, and that will make me feel special.
joe: That's sad.
tim: I know.
by whodey July 16, 2004
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To spew uncontrollably from ones brain; Involuntary and unstoppable release of thoughts onto electronic media.
"Dude. I totally just blogged all over that web page."
"When I read about what happened last night, it made me blog all over my website."
"I thought that chick was so hot that I had to blog about her when I got home"
by frouse4life February 05, 2010
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