A blog is a Web page (usually) wriHen in a
programming language where the content of the
site is stored in a metadata‐rich format, and the
presentaLon of the content is (usually) in a
reverse chronological format. Each piece of
content is (usually) the product of a single
author, and the content is updated regularly. The
page in quesLon (usually) has some form of
social component, whether through comments,
t r a c k b a c k , o r o t h e r m e c h a n i s m o f
communicaLng content or feedback.
In the same way that blogs
reduced the entry‐level skill‐set
for creaLng text content on the
Internet, new video tools are
eliminaLng the barriers of entry
for the creaLon of video content.
Head of Library Information Technology
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
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