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A buzzword created to represent the overall bloging bloggity blog blog community. Often used by those who want to convince themselves that they are some sort of "internet professional", but instead come off as sounding completely ridiculous.
I cant believe there are people who still use the word blogosphere in sentences that are intended to sound intelligent.
by ZipZopZoobityBop September 26, 2006
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Imagine a million lunatics wandering the streets mumbling to themselves. Write it all down and put it on the web. Congratulations, you've just created the blogosphere.
I wonder what the blogosphere has to say about the latest political scandal.
by Colin.LA March 15, 2006
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A tragedy.

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The "blogosphere" is the new buzz word that has replaced "information super highway." It's what idiots like to call a collection of "blogs," otherwise known as a tragedy.
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The sum total of all interactive web log blog communication.

It can also refer to a particular web community that allows for opinionated commentary on news stories.
"Dailykos.com is a major liberal outlet in the blogosphere."
by Jonathan September 27, 2004
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A word created with the soul purpose to be the worst sounding thing ever, second only to the originating term blog which is then only usurped by douche.
Michelle was talking about the Blogosphere, and so I vomited on her shoes.
by mark August 22, 2005
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Was the term given to what is now social media when the two are generally the same thing. Social media came into use in 2009, in part as an act of surrender by the free press and entertainment industry to the blogosphere.
Social media is rooted in new forms of communication and dissemination of information and ideas which began with the blogosphere: podcasts, illegal sharing, blogs, message boards, vlogs, forums, pen-pals, newsletters, and emails when texting was incoherent and reliant on jargon that was destined for obsolescence. Now, texting, YouTube, streaming, followers, and emoji stickers define the trends of social media, which would not exist if not for the blogosphere and the people who made relevant content.
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