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Activity One
   Blogs
What is a blog?
•   Blogs are websites in which entries known as posts are displayed in reverse
    chronological order.

...
Blogs in plain english


Watch this short video on blogs produced by the
Common Craft Show.

(This video can also be found...
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
Web 2.0 Program Week 1 Blogs
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  1. 1. Activity One Blogs
  2. 2. What is a blog? • Blogs are websites in which entries known as posts are displayed in reverse chronological order. • A blog can be created by anyone as no knowledge of hypertext mark-up language (HTML) is needed. • This means that there are a diverse range of blogs on different topics from professional companies or organisations such as new sites like ABC to the average person who wants to share family news. • Blogs allow people to disseminate and share information quickly and easily. • For instance information that is generally potentially takes months to publish in an academic journal can be shared with peers within days of completing a study.
  3. 3. Blogs in plain english Watch this short video on blogs produced by the Common Craft Show. (This video can also be found at Blip.tv and TeacherTube.)
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