A moment or an experience that you are able to journal about.
A meeting with an irate parent would be a journalable moment.
by gallyspad September 15, 2010
hacktivism, perpetrated most often by progressive cheerleaders disguising themselves as journalists
The New York Times is great at journalisming
by KM_C+C April 28, 2020
v. The act of publishing what multinational corporations want us to know.
Ah, more news that doesn't talk at all about corruption or the real issues facing America. Good, good, this is the best Journalism money could buy!
by CommandoDude October 25, 2010
a hobby that is a cross between scrapbooking, journal writing, collaging, and in many instances, sketching. not to be confused with online journaling, this sort of journaling refers to the type that results in a tangible notebook of images and words that creatively depict ideas and events in an individual's life.
Catherine: Why the hell is Lily writing and pasting images into that notebook on a Saturday night? Doesn't she have anything better to do than homework?
Susie: She's journaling.
Catherine: oh.
by Sydney Carton January 26, 2007
the art of making up a story with something that sounds like a premise but isn't, and then spending the entire time writing about how your unfounded premise would play out, if it had any basis
Boy, those Gawker folks are awfully good at journalism.
by Arglebargleglopfropf January 28, 2009
In French: "Journal" means newspaper.
Hier j'ai lu le journal
I read the newspaper yesterday.
by Str187 September 6, 2007