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    • BLOGS A Presentation by Sankhadeep Das. B.Tech-3 Examination,2008. Roll-91/CSE/ No:060012.
    • What is a Blog ?
        • Blog is short for “ weblog”.
        • A “ what’s new ” website is frequently updated.
        • Your Blog is whatever you want it to be .There are millions of them , in all shapes and sizes , and there are no real rules.
    • Blogs- Origin
      • roots lie in the online diary.
      • early weblogs were manually updated components of common websites.
      • evolution of tools to facilitate the production and maintenance of web articles posted in reverse chronological order.
    • Blog – Contains
      • philosophical musings
      • commentary on Internet
      • social issues
      • and links to other sites the author favors
    • Blog - Types
      • Classification is done mainly based on the type of content and the way the content is delivered or written .They are
        • Personal blogs
        • - traditional , most common.
        • - on-going diary or commentary by an individual.
        • - can have a sentimental quality.
    •  
    • Blog – Types (Contd.)
      • Corporate blogs
      • - relevant to business.
      • - used internally to enhance the communication
      • and culture in a corporation.
      • - used externally for marketing , branding,
      • public relations purposes.
    •  
    • Blog – Types ( Contd.)
      • By media type
      • can be
      • - a vlog ( video blog ).
      • - a linklog.
      • - photoblog.
    • Blog – Types (Contd.)
      • By device
      • - defined by the type of device used to
      • compose it.
      • - example moblog ( blog written by a mobile
      • device)
      • and many more.
    • Blog – How does it work ?
      • Bloggers enter posts into a blogging application , add
      • formatting and hyperlinks and save the post.
      • The application adds the entry to the blog , making
      • the content available online and alerting users who
      • have subscribed to that’s blog’s content.
      • Entries include text , hyperlinks , images and multimedia.
    • Blog – How does it work ?(Contd.)
      • Visitors can read postings , submit comments ,
      • find blog entries by date and search the site
      • by keyword.
      • Through linking commenting and feedback
      • good ideas spread rapidly through the informal network of blogs (the “blogosphere”) while unpopular ideas are ignored.
    • Blog Search Engines – What are they?
      • Blog search engines help you find blogs on the web on whatever topics you would like to explore. Technorati , which is among the most popular blog search engines, provides current information on both popular searches and tags used to categorize blog postings .
    • Blog Search Engines (Contd.)
      • Research community is working on going beyond simple keyword search, by inventing news ways to navigate through huge amounts of information present in the blogosphere
    • Blog – Benefits
      • engage people in knowledge sharing ,
      • reflection , debate and dedicated readership
      • simplicity of creating and maintaining
      • open discussions can be published almost
      • immediately.
      • no HTML , XML knowledge required
    • Blogs – in Education
      • increasingly accepted instructional technology tool
      • offers students , faculty and staff a high level
      • of autonomy while creating a new opportunity
      • for interaction with peers.
      • provides a forum for discussion that goes beyond coursework
    • Use of RSS Feeds
      • RSS pushes your content to users.
      • makes blog content accessible through
      • newsreaders , allowing bloggers to increase
      • the sharing of this information among
      • interested individuals.
      • acts as a gateway to news and blog content.
    • Blog - Downsides
      • Can include biased and inaccurate information
      • highly volatile – bloggers can edit or delete posts
      • difficult to archive or index
      • bloggers may release proprietary or confidential information
    • Blog – Where it is today
      • Blogs are proliferating at an exponential rate.
      • over 50 million people are blogging today.
      • they continue to benefit from several years
      • of experimentation and evolution.
    • Free Blog sites:
      • Blogger ( http://www.blogger.com )
      • Blog-city ( http://www.blog-city.com )
      • Pitas.com ( http://www.pitas.com )
    • Sources
      • Wikipedia – the free encyclopedia
      • Whatis_com
      • Blogger.com
      • www.educause.edu
      • Thank you !