Blogs and Blogging
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This penultimate scene of the Admonitions Scroll shows a palace lady sitting in quiet contemplation, presumably following the admonitions in the accompanying lines: [ 1 ] "Therefore I say: Be cautious and circumspect in all you do, and from this good fortune will arise.
There has been much written and researched on the topic of reflection. The research suggests that reflection:
One day when my son was 12, he came home upset by a teacher and her introduction to his Health class.
Wednesday 20th December, 2006
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A blog (a portmanteau of the term web log ) ) [ 1 ] is a discussion or informational site published on the World Wide Web and consisting of discrete entries ("posts") typically displayed in reverse chronological order (the most recent post appears first).
Blogs appear on the news pretty often these days. For example, a reporter is tipped to a story by a blog, or a blog reports another angle on a story. Blogs show up in magazines a lot, too.
I've just finished a paper I intend to present to a conference in the USA early next week - see details .
The impact of blogging has reached a tipping point, argues Julian Smith, senior analyst at Jupiter Research.
Wikileaks has hit headlines recently for exposure of information.